- Category: Perth City & Surrounds
- Published: Friday, 09 November 2012 11:11
- Written by Nita Teoh
Video by Dhiren Adatia
This month’s video takes us on a whirlwind tour of some of the interesting aspects of the Perth City’s urban and natural landscape.
We start off with a bird’s eye view from Kings Park. Kings Park is the largest inner city park in the world and with over 400 hectares of parklands to wander through, there is something to enjoy for everyone.
If you visit Perth during the springtime, you can feast your eyes on our beautiful flora during the wildflower season, which runs from June to November. Enjoy the beauty of WA wildflowers, such as our famous everlastings and the signature red and green kangaroo paws, our State’s floral emblem.
The Kings Park war memorial located on Mount Eliza pays tribute to our soldiers who have died defending their country, including World War I and World War II. The flame of remembrance exudes an everlasting presence.
Then it’s off for a visit to the city to wander through the hub of the Perth CBD shopping precinct, Murray Street Mall, and the famous London Court that is reminiscent of Tudor England.
On the Perth foreshore, take a visit to the Bell Tower, and enjoy a leisurely outing to the Barrack Square Jetty which overlooks the Swan River. Regular ferry services run between Barrack Street Jetty and the South Perth foreshore, which is only a short walk away from the Perth Zoo.
For a great photo opportunity, pose with the bronzed kangaroos located outside the Perth Council building at 27 St Georges Terrace, Perth.
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