Discover the best top things to do in North Perth, Australia including Kings Park & Botanic Garden, Lake Monger, Realmz Escape Game, South Perth Foreshore, Kings Park War Memorial, The Nostalgia Box Museum, Swan River, Fraser Avenue Lookout, The Perth Mint, Lotterywest Federation Walkway.
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5 based on 9 reviews
The park cultivates over 13,000 species of Western Australian plants and contains one of the world's largest areas of natural bush land close to a city.
We walked here from our hotel & loved reaching the heights & sitting looking back over the city & the Swan River. It was breezy (as is all Perth) & worth it
4.5 based on 181 reviews
I have been coming here for many years, initially for romantic strolls with the girlfriend then progressed to showing the kids the black swans and ducks and now just for a peaceful strolls around the lake.
This has progressive become a more family friendly area with decent walking paths that go right around the lake with bird shelters / gazebos to stop and watch the wildlife.
It's right alongside the mitchell freeway and many parking spots.
Always a great free entertainment.
5 based on 96 reviews
Realmz Escape Game is a fully immersive, computer controlled gaming experience with studio quality theming that places you, the real-life adventurer, in the fantasy world. You and a group of your friends enter a themed room with a backstory and must interact with your surroundings, using items and clues to solve a series of puzzles in order to escape within the 45 minute time period.
Have been to Realmz and completed both rooms that are currently available.
Both times were fantastic, the difficulty levels were very balanced (suitably difficult without being too hard or too easy) and the puzzles were not only fun, but aesthetically IMMERSIVE. Highly recommend Realmz for any fans of room escapes.
Can't wait for the next room!
4.5 based on 322 reviews
Always enjoy walks along the South Perth foreshore. Great views over the rver and across to Perth. Combine it with a circular walk across The Narrows and Causway for great views. Look out for any dolphins too ?
4.5 based on 2 reviews
This place is amazing every time I go there and I have been there a countless number of times! A huge park with a lot of history, memories and greens with breathtaking views of Perth City and the Swan River day time or at night.
5 based on 181 reviews
The Nostalgia Box is Australia's FIRST and Perth's new interactive Video Game Console Museum. We showcase around 100 consoles, from the 1970s through to the 2000s, you are sure to find most if not all consoles from your childhood as well as many you've never even heard of. Experience what games were like back in the day in our extensive gaming area, classics like Pong, Space Invaders, Super Mario Bros, Street Fighter and many more, are all playable! Nostalgia Box takes you back to the wonderful memories of your gaming youth - and gives kids a chance to experience gaming old school style.
The nostalgia box was one of the more unique experiences I’ve had in Perth. The staff were very friendly, talkative and helpful. I paid for entrance and walked around, looking at displays of video game consoles through the ages, then later got to play several consoles. You can play pong, Mario Kart 64, Super Mario Bros on NES and more. There is also a shop with a variety of things to buy. I loved it. I’ll go back if I return to Perth.
4.5 based on 2 reviews
Perth's favourite playground, the Swan River is a stunning waterway which winds its way from the Darling Scarp to Fremantle. This natural attraction is popular location for Perth locals and visitors to enjoy a day out boating, fishing, skiing, paddling, swimming, picnicking or simply enjoying its vista.Rich in environmental and cultural values, the Swan River was named Derbal Yerrigan by the local Aboriginals who believe that the river was created by the rainbow serpent ‘Waugal’, a dreamtime spirit taking the form of a giant snake. It is believed that the Waugal created creeks, waterholes, lakes and Valleys on its journey to the ocean.
I love the fact that we have so many spaces where we can breathe in city tainted fresh air, run our toes through green grass and feel the breeze on our faces and watch the birdlife continue to live regardless of our problems.
I would like to encourage Perth City to continue to look and maintain for more green spaces to make available to us city slickers!
4.5 based on 357 reviews
This is a great place to view the city of perth at night. I'd recommend driving to get here. It's a bit awkward with public transport.
4.5 based on 2 reviews
The Perth Mint Gold Exhibition has recently undergone a major renovation to upgrade the visitor experience. One of Western Australia's leading tourist attractions, The Perth Mint offers a unique combination of activities, Exhibitions and demonstrations, enabling visiting to experience the astonishing allure of gold.
We took the Perth Mint in one afternoon. Easy parking nearby although we realized we could have just parked in the street near it. A beautiful old building and nice surrounding garden. The tour itself was interesting and highlights the importance of Australia in finding gold. There is enough there to interest children, for example, weighing yourself and finding out how much you are worth in gold! Put a $2.00 coin into this machine and out comes a gold coin to keep etc. The pouring of the gold was fascinating, and stimulated the imagination to think about what it must have been like when they had a number of workers making ingots in a tight room that must have been frightfully hot. Our guide was a very practised entertainer, he was pretty slick.
We finished off with cake and coffee sitting outside in the lovely back courtyard which has been decked out with things relevant to the Mint from time past. All up, it was a good day.
4.5 based on 372 reviews
This walkway isn't too high or too long but does allow people to walk through the treetops and get a different view of parts of King's Park. It's free and fun.
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