East Perth Walking Tour (Self Guided), Perth

Perth is the main city of Western Australia and it's one of the top tourist destinations in the country. For its diversity of sights, they say that the city represents Australia in miniature. We offer you a walking tour of the East district of Perth. You'll enjoy visiting the following tourist attractions:
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East Perth Walking Tour Map

Guide Name: East Perth Walking Tour
Guide Location: Australia » Perth (See other walking tours in Perth)
Guide Type: Self-guided Walking Tour (Sightseeing)
# of Attractions: 6
Tour Duration: 2 hour(s)
Travel Distance: 3.8 km
Author: irenebo
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The Impossible Triangle

1) The Impossible Triangle

The Impossible Triangle is a unique optical illusion and is the result of a collaboration between the artist McKay, and architect Abas. The sculpture features three square-cut beams that are connected at right angles, making a triangle from one POV.
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St. Bartholomew's Chapel

2) St. Bartholomew's Chapel

St Bartholomew's Chapel is a Gothic-style Anglican church that was built in 1871. It is situated on the land owned by East Perth Cemeteries, and is notable for its memorials and monuments. The church is the center of many social gatherings. It underwent a total renovation in 1976.
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The WACA Museum

3) The WACA Museum

The Museum of Western Australian Cricket Association, showcases the history and development of cricket and other sports played in the nearby stadium. It has a lot of collectibles related to memorable dates of the Cricket Association. If you are fond of sport or just like to know more about it, the museum should be on your to-do list. The museum also includes a gift shop.

Operation hours: Monday - Friday 10 am - 3pm.
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Queens Gardens

4) Queens Gardens

Queens Gardens, is a park located on a former brickworks and clay pit site in the eastern end of the city. In the years before the first world war it was used as a garden party location by the Mayor of Perth, more recently it has been popular for open air weddings and wedding portaiture.
The Queens Gardens of Perth are popular among tourist because of their picturesque views, manicured lawns, and the bronze Peter Pan Statue situated there. It was the last work of George Frampton and is an exact copy of a well-known monument at Kensington Gardens in London.
Sight description based on wikipedia
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Migrants Memorial

5) Migrants Memorial

Migrants Memorial is a bronze and stone monument raised on January, 2008. Its dedication was to remember and honor all of the people who migrated to Australia from around the world. The monument is the symbol of help and support for all migrants and is a beacon of hope for others, who may follow in their footsteps.
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Perth Mint

6) Perth Mint (must see)

After the foundation stone was laid in 1896 by Sir John Forrest, Perth Mint opened on June 20, 1899 as a branch of the Royal Mint in London to refine gold and manufacture gold sovereigns and half sovereigns to be used as currency in the colony. Up to 2000, the Mint's refined gold output totalled 4,500 tonnes, representing 3.25% of the total weight of gold produced by humankind. This is about the current holdings of gold bullion in the United States Mint's Fort Knox Bullion Depository. Up until the end of 1983, the Perth Mint also manufactured much of Australia's lower-denomination coin currency.

Today, the Mint continues to provide refining and other services to the gold industry and manufactures many coin related numismatic items for investors and coin collectors. It is responsible for manufacturing and marketing most of Australia's legal tender precious metal coins, including proof quality Australian Nugget gold coins, Australian Platinum Koala coins, Australian Silver Kookaburra coins and bullion.

In October 2011, the Perth Mint created the world's largest, heaviest and most valuable gold coin, breaking the record previously held by the Royal Canadian Mint. The coin is approximately 80 centimetres (31 in) in diameter and 12 centimetres (4.7 in) thick, and made of 1,012 kilograms (2,230 lb) of 99.99% pure gold. It is legal tender in Australia with face value A$1 million, but at the time of minting it was valued at A$53.5 million.

"(The above description is based on Wikipedia under Creative Common License)"
Sight description based on wikipedia

Walking Tours in Perth, Australia

Create Your Own Walk in Perth

Create Your Own Walk in Perth

Creating your own self-guided walk in Perth is easy and fun. Choose the city attractions that you want to see and a walk route map will be created just for you. You can even set your hotel as the start point of the walk.
Shopping Walk in Perth

Shopping Walk in Perth

This capital of Western Australia bewitches its visitors because of the many shopping areas. Shopaholics call this city shopping heaven. Perth is full of boutiques featuring well-known. We offer you a walking tour through some of the most interesting specialty shops and famous shopping streets in Perth:

Tour Duration: 1 hour(s)
Travel Distance: 1.8 km
Perth Cultural Walking Tour

Perth Cultural Walking Tour

Perth is the historic and cultural center of Western Australia, and has plenty of places to showcase it. This tour will lead you through the sites, both ancient and modern, where culture is presented. If you want to see, touch and feel it during a walking tour of Perth - consider the following list of cultural attractions:

Tour Duration: 2 hour(s)
Travel Distance: 4.8 km
Skyscrapers in Perth Walking Tour

Skyscrapers in Perth Walking Tour

Skyscrapers have always been the calling card of Perth. These huge buildings are an example of modern technology, and they are intertwined with the spirit of the time. Their rooftops are often hidden in the clouds. We offer you a walking tour through the highest and most famous skyscrapers in Perth:

Tour Duration: 1 hour(s)
Travel Distance: 1.1 km
City Orientation Walk

City Orientation Walk

Perth is the capital of, and the main city in, Western Australia. The best way to get to know it better is by learning more about the city's landmarks, which make it special and distinguish if from other cities. Take this tour to discover the most popular landmarks in Perth:

Tour Duration: 3 hour(s)
Travel Distance: 4.2 km
Museums and Galleries in Perth

Museums and Galleries in Perth

Perth attracts lots of visitors because of its numerous museums and galleries, which showcase all aspects of Perth's present and past. Visiting this city's museums and exhibition areas, will bring you closer to its culture and historic heritage. Some of the most famous museums and galleries of Perth are listed below:

Tour Duration: 2 hour(s)
Travel Distance: 3.1 km
Places of Worship in Perth

Places of Worship in Perth

Perth is an important historic center of Western Australia, and history is often closely associated with religion. That's why the city is full of churches which represent many religions. Don't miss a chance to visit some of the most important places of worship in Perth:

Tour Duration: 2 hour(s)
Travel Distance: 3.5 km