Cheap Bus Hire In Perth with A Driver
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All visitors should take a day to tour the Swan Valley winery region. A day of beautiful country side, wine tasting and quality foods is just what the doctor ordered. Trust us to collect you from your accommodation and take you wherever your group pleases.
The Swan Valley is also suitable for businesses looking to spoil successful employees or encourage team building with a retreat at destinations such as Rochford Wines or simply a tour through the CBD.
The Belvoir Amphitheatre holds concerts and other performances and events throughout the year. Visitors from other states can be collected from the airport, brought to the Amphitheatre and collected again afterwards. Passengers can avoid heavy taxi fines and beat the rush for taxis after the event.
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Things to do in Perth
Located on the west coast of Australia Perth is the capital of Western Australia and one of the most beautiful cities in Australia. Founded in 1829 Perth soon became the regional headquarters for local mining operations and developed into the international city we know today with a population over 2 million and millions of visitors each year.
A huge attraction for the locals in Perth is the cities AFL team, the West Coast Eagles. With around 35000 watching the home games it is the nearest thing in Australia to English football and West Coast are one of the most successful teams.
If you are in town during the season it is well worth attending a game to soak up the atmosphere and with tickets available from $25 you will still have some money left over for the most Australian of traditions……A meat pie and tomato sauce at the footy, no game is complete without one on a cold winter’s night.
If you are lucky enough to visit Perth in the summer there are few finer beaches in the world than Perth’s City Beach. White sand, picturesque lighthouse and crystal clear water make this beach worth visiting.
Most of the houses in this area are worth upwards of a million dollars and as you meander past them you can see why, but as with all beaches this one is free to visit. Take a blanket and relax with a book on the sand enjoying the sun and the views with a dip in the ocean to cool off.
When you do start to get peckish you can stop by one of the many fish and chip shops on the beach for a snack which will give you a refreshing feed without breaking the bank, but there are a few other local restaurants that are worth a visit.
One such restaurant is Odyssa, located on Challenger Parade it has breathtaking views of the coastline and if you can get an outside table at sunset you will never need to see another sunset. The food isn’t bad either, the forest mushroom dish is something different for the palate and the combination of textures work surprisingly well after starting with some fresh shucked oysters. The prices are in the affordable category too, with starters from $3.50 and mains from $20.
Between the beach and Odyssa you may not want to leave the City Beach area, but if you do head back to the city try out Five Bar for a bite to eat. They have a range of large and small dishes starting from $8, but the best of the best there is the Porterhouse Steak with Chimm Churri. If you have never had Chimmi Churri before, it is an Argentinean sauce made from parsley, garlic, oregano and vegetable oil, served with steak it is fantastic and gives the meal a feeling of freshness.
There is also a large craft beer collection at Five Bar and if you are partial to a tipple it is an ideal place to while away a few hours sampling some of the finest beers around.
Perth is also a very safe city and bright by night, so you can feel safe walking home after your evening of beer sampling, ready to sample Perth again the following day.
If you’re travelling as a group, you can book cheap Perth bus hire to make your stay more enjoyable.