The west is best, as the saying goes. Certainly, the natural beauty and vibrant culture of Perth in Western Australia makes it a remarkable place to visit. With glorious weather all year round, there is plenty to see and do in Perth. Here are some suggestions to help you narrow down your many options of what to do in Perth during these winter months. To reach all these exciting events, with family or friends in an easy and convenient manner, you can hire a car with Hertz in Perth
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1.Independent Theatre Festival
From June 3 until July 4, the Subiaco Arts Centre is the place to head to, for some good old theatre enjoyment. This festival is your one stop shop for theatre, comedy, musical performances and cabaret events. There won’t be a dull moment during this entire month, so check out the website to see what events tickle your fancy and book your tickets for an evening suffused with entertainment.
The Kids Wonderland in Perth will make sure that you won’t have to fret about how to entertain the kids during these winter school vacations. With activities ranging from Brick4Kidz to meeting a T-Rex to milking a cow, there certainly won’t be a shortage of things that kids can do and enjoy. With an abundance of carnival rides and arcades, (as well as a parents’ chill out zone with coffee and free massages!) this event makes for the perfect day out for the whole family.
3.Going Places exhibition
Think about how easy it was to get to Perth for your trip. Whether you flew by plane or travelled on a train, or utilised public transport, the way we are able to go places in the modern world is phenomenal. This exhibition, highlighting the marvels of travel technology and the different modes of transport for people and goods around the world, is truly a revelatory experience. The interactive exhibition is fun for all ages. There are history showcases or the chance to drive a simulated airplane. Open until November this year, the exhibition is located centrally at Scitech in Perth.
4.Winter Garden Fremantle
Since it is winter, Perth is making the most of the slightly cooler climate and turning the city into a traditional winter wonderland. For the month of July, Perth is home to Australia’s biggest ice rink on the Fremantle Esplanade. With falling snow, carnival rides, a pop up slide as well as music and entertainment, this is a skating experience to remember. Located centrally with plenty of parking space for your car, make sure you pack some winter woollies to stay warm and cosy.
5.Cirque du Soleil TOTEM