Despite its distance from many of the world’s capitals, with its fascinating beauty and clear-cut development, Perth’s Australian state has been able to impose its presence and snatch the media spotlight, having become one of the destinations to visit.

Perth, the capital of Western Australia, is located in the far southwest of the Australian continent. It was founded on 12 June 1829 by Captain James Stirling and became the seat of the Government of Western Australia to this day.

Perth has been inhabited by the Aboriginal people for more than 40,000 years and joined the Australian Union in 1901. The closest city to Perth, with a population of more than 1.5 million people, is Adelaide in South Australia, 2,104 km away, It has an area of ​​5386 km2 and is about 32 meters above sea level. It is also geographically closer to East Timor, Singapore and Jakarta in Indonesia than it is to Sydney.

Perth is characterized by hot and dry weather in summer, and winter is often mild, making it ideal for those who want to live outdoors in nature. Perth is famous for its diverse religious culture, places of worship such as mosques, churches and temples. Western Australia has more than 200 different nationalities for residence, work or study, representing more than 100 different religions.

Perth has a high standard of education, a high standard of living, despite its low cost compared to the United States, a leader in science and technology, and an ideal venue for festivals and fun. There are many reasons to visit Perth from museums, parks and nature.

Kings Park

Kings Park
Kings Park

The park is the best and most important park in Western Australia, where tourists and people go to relax and keep away from the hustle and bustle of the city. The park covers an area of ​​about 1,000 acres and is home to more than 300 species of local plants and 80 species of birds. At the top of the park, there is the “DNA Tower”, which is 15 meters high, and contains 101 spiral spiral ladder, inspired by the form of DNA.

Swan Valley

Swan Valley
Swan Valley

Perth Mint

Perth Mint
Perth Mint

The Aquarium of Western Australia

The Aquarium of Western Australia
The Aquarium of Western Australia

It is one of the most important tourist attractions in Australia. It has a wide range of Australian aquatic life, featuring more than 700 species and more than 13,000 species of fish, marine creatures and other aquatic creatures.

The basin contains 14 sections each representing a separate idea that fits in with the creatures such as the Jurassic Sea, the wreckage of the South Coast and the Shark Walk, as well as the largest display of the Great Barrier Reef in the world.

The aquarium also includes some unique animals for all habitats, including two of the world’s five sea cows, stingrays, penguins, tropical fish, and others.

ADULT (16+): $30

CONCESSION*: $22

CHILD (4-15): $18

INFANT (aged 0-3): FREE^

FAMILY (2A + 2C or 1A + 3C): $78

Western Australian Museum

Western Australian Museum
Western Australian Museum

The museum is a unique museum, opened in 1891. The museum presents a dinosaur display. It displays the history of these creatures. There is another “mammalian” hall with a number of Victorian stuffed animals, , has many endemic animals on the Australian continent.

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