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The Pinnacles Desert Travel Recommendations for 2023 (Updated in Nov)
Moon-like experience @ Pinnacles Desert WA
When in Perth Western Australia, one of my must-visits is The Pinnacles desert located in the Nambung National Park, about 200km drive (approximately 2 hours) from Perth city.
Exploring this geological wonder full of limestone structures is like a moon-like experience where you will feel like you’ve been transported to another world.
Really enjoyed this amazing park, it was well worth the visit. Nature lovers won’t want to miss this!
My rating of this attraction: 5 ⭐️ out of 5!
The Pinnacles Desert - Perth, Australia
The Pinnacles Desert in Perth is a unique and awe-inspiring natural wonder that is well worth a visit.
Located in the Nambung National Park, it features thousands of limestone pillars rising from the sand, creating an otherworldly landscape. What’s more, you can drive your way into the desert and marvel at these unusual rock spires up close!
It’s about two hours drive from Perth, and entry fees apply. The desert is open from 5:30am to 4:30pm daily, and I would recommend you to visit during the cooler months (April - September).
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❤️discover the Pinnacles desert discovery❤️
The Pinnacles Desert is a natural wonder located in Western Australia. The Pinnacles desert discovery tour took us through the desert, where we saw the towering limestone spires that give the area its name, as well as other natural features such as sand dunes and wildflowers The tour also includes a visit to the Pinnacles Desert Discovery Centre, where we learnt more about the area and its wildlife through interactive exhibits and displays.
perfect way to spend time with your ❤️!
Pinnacles desert sunset ☀️
An amazing place to catch the sunset. Pinnacles Desert is a nature park filled with tons of natural limestone structures. This makes for amazing views and great pictures 🤩
The best part of this experience is driving through the 4km loop on the sand with your paths marked by stones. Park at any of the parking areas, get out of the car and explore the desert on foot! 😍
Highly recommended to head there at sunset for some amazing views and photos! The moon was huge and gorgeous too. For the lucky ones, this offers a chance at stargazing!
Entry to the park is AUD 15 for a whole day and includes entry to other nature parks around the area like Kalbarri. 🙌🏼
Kings Park and Botanic Garden Travel Recommendations for 2023 (Updated in Nov)
【Australia Perth】Kings Park Scenery Edition 👀
If you want to enjoy the view, come here🔭
King's Park was an absolute must-visit for me in Perth🌳
Located in the southwest of Perth's city center, this vast and free park is popular among tourists and a place of relaxation for locals😊
It's easily accessible by taking the Blue CAT bus or the 935 bus, which both have their final stop here, and it takes only about 15 minutes from the city center◎
(You can even walk here if you're up for it💪)
There's a visitor center near the bus stop, and the building itself has a nature-inspired design✨
There's also a cafe and gift shop, so you can spend a whole day here from morning to night!
On the hill in the park, there's a war memorial, and the plaza that spreads out from there is a sight to see☝️
It's full of greenery, and the wide-open sky feels so refreshing.
If you walk a little back towards the city, there's an observation deck where you can overlook the Perth cityscape and the Swan River👀
The view of the slightly colored trees, tall buildings, and majestic river is definitely worth seeing!
I was completely satisfied with being able to enjoy the beauty of Perth, which has been called the most beautiful city in the world, with my own eyes☺️
There are many viewpoints in the park besides the observation deck, so be sure to enjoy them while taking a stroll🙋♂️
Note that it's best to visit after noon as it tends to be backlit in the morning.
The sunset and night views are also sure to be amazing😎
Visit date: May 2023
Fraser Ave, Kings Park WA 6005 Australia
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King’s Park & Botanic Garden - Perth, Aus
The King's Park & Botanic Garden is a 400-hectare park located in Perth, Australia. It offers stunning views of the city skyline, the Swan River, and the Darling Ranges.
The park features a variety of botanical gardens, walking trails, picnic areas, and playgrounds. It's also home to the Western Australian Botanic Garden, which showcases native plant species.
Highly recommend to come here in the morning for breakfast or brunch, as there are several cafes located within the park. The Botanical Cafe is the largest and most popular cafe, offering both indoor and outdoor seating with views of the gardens.
Heading here isn’t difficult, as there are free parking available. The free CAT buses also stops near the park.
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Kings Park Perth
Kings Park is in the centre of Perth. It is on a hill so you get a beautiful view of the city, this is a great picnic spot at any time of the day! You can walk around the botanical gardens and enjoy views of the city. There’s a restaurant at the top and also a gift shop too. The botanical gardens tells you where certain plants are from, from all over Australia. Teh gardens are beautiful and relaxing. #perth #kingspark #perthtrails #australia #foodie #nationalpark #urbanexplorer
Getting There - From Four Season Hotel, it’s about 10-15mins walk. Turn to your right, then you will see the first traffic light and the turn right again. walk straight for about 8 mins and you’ll reaching the park area. you won’t loose once you already in the area.
Attractions - Restaurant, history monument, field for picnic, can view Perth city from above, cafe
Hotels - Four season Hotel, Perth
Food & Restaurants - in the park itself, there’s few cafe and restaurants for you to fill your stomach
Shopping - city centre is about 10mins walk#awesomepic #mytripvlog
The University of Western Australia Travel Recommendations for 2023 (Updated in Nov)
The University of Western Australia, located in Perth, is one of Australia's eight prestigious universities and a member of the World University Alliance (WUN) and the University of the Angola University (MNU). It has trained more than 100 Rhodes Academic Award winners and Nobel Prize winners. In the 2017-2018 QS World University Rankings, the University of Western Australia ranked 93rd. It is known as "the most beautiful campus in Australia".
The ancient Romanesque architecture, quaint and solemn corridors, boulder-paved walkways, green lawns and millennial old trees make up a picturesque campus. Perth, the city in which it is located, is almost the best city to interpret Australia's natural landscapes and real life.
The Bell Tower Travel Recommendations for 2023 (Updated in Nov)
The Bell Tower Perth 🇦🇺
The Bell Tower in Perth, Western Australia, is a captivating testament to history and artistry. As I approached, its towering glass spire and the sound of bells ringing drew me in. Inside, I discovered a treasure trove of historical and cultural significance.
The highlight is undoubtedly the collection of bells, including the famous Swan Bells, with their beautiful tones that resonate through the city. The interactive exhibits and informative displays shed light on the art of bell ringing and the tower's rich heritage.
Climbing to the observation deck, I was treated to breathtaking panoramic views of the city, the Swan River, and beyond. It's a perfect vantage point to capture the essence of Perth.
The Bell Tower is a unique blend of tradition and modernity, offering both an educational experience and a sensory delight. It's a must-visit attraction for anyone exploring Perth.
Perth's leisurely time.
Perth is the capital of Western Australia and the fourth largest city in Australia. Many people call Perth the loneliest capital in the world. Speaking of Perth, we have to mention the black swan. Perth is a gathering place for black swans, known as the "Black Swan City". Many attractions in this city are named after swans.
Our starting and ending point for the trip to Western Australia is Perth, and we will be driving the entire way. We will pick up and return the car at Perth Airport. The main time for sightseeing in Perth is the first and last day, with the main attractions in the city center being relatively concentrated. We will use the scattered time on the first and last day to visit Elizabeth Quay, Swan Bell Tower, and the University of Western Australia, and we will also go to Swan Valley in the suburbs.
Elizabeth Quay is a gathering area for Perth's landmark buildings. The Elizabeth Quay Bridge spans the Swan River, which divides Perth into two parts. St. George's Terrace on the north bank of the river is a concentration of Perth's financial and government institutions, known as the "office street". The Hay Street Mall, north of St. George's Terrace, is Perth's commercial district.
There is a cycling path along the Swan River, and many locals like to ride along the river in their leisure time. They love this kind of life and love Perth like this. The most environmentally friendly way to travel in Perth is by cycling along the Swan River.
📍Swan Bell Tower
The Swan Bell Tower is a landmark building in Perth, located on Barrack Street along the Swan River and not far from Elizabeth Quay. The design of the tower is related to swans, with wing-like structures on both sides resembling swan wings. If you have enough time, you can climb to the top of the tower, where you can enjoy a 360-degree view of the city skyline and the Swan River. There is a large bell on the top floor of the tower, and visitors can also experience ringing the bell.
📍University of Western Australia
The University of Western Australia is located on the banks of the Swan River, boasting beautiful river views and is known as one of the most beautiful universities in Australia. The University of Western Australia blends naturally with the surrounding scenery, as if it is situated in a huge garden.
Visitors are rare at the University of Western Australia, walking in the campus full of green plants is even more relaxing and comfortable. The scene of students sitting on the ground in twos and threes, chatting and laughing, makes people inadvertently miss campus life. Wandering aimlessly on campus, one can spend an afternoon with just a cup of coffee and a book.
Swan Valley is about a 25-minute drive from Perth. It is one of Australia's famous wine regions and also the largest vineyard and wine producing area in Perth. It is a good place to escape the hustle and bustle of the city. Here, you can not only enjoy the beautiful scenery of pastoral poetry, but also taste fine wine.
We drove around Swan Valley and saw neat rows of grapevines on both sides of the road, showcasing the appearance of a wine region. We aimlessly wandered near a vineyard and stumbled upon a farm shed selling different varieties of grapes that had just been picked. The prices were very cheap, and since we were at a vineyard, how could we not buy grapes? The freshly picked grapes were indeed delicious, to the point where for the next few days, we wanted to buy grapes whenever we saw them in the supermarket, but unfortunately, we couldn't find that same taste.
In Western Australia, shops and restaurants close early, and in small towns even earlier. Many shops close at 5 o'clock. We found a restaurant that was still open nearby. The exterior looked ordinary, but the interior decoration was quite clever.
This is an Italian restaurant. For Mr. Lin, who has difficulty making choices, ordering Italian food is not a problem. He always orders the must-have pizza and pasta. 📮[Travel Tips]
▪️We drove ourselves throughout our trip in Western Australia, but public transportation is convenient within the Perth city area. You can choose to take public transportation when exploring the city, and the Swan Bell Tower is located near Elizabeth Quay, within walking distance.
▪️Swan Valley is a bit far from Perth city center, it is recommended to drive there.
tower with stunning city view
The Bell Tower is one of the largest musical instruments on earth and was custom built to house the historically significant bells of Saint Martin Church.
It is one of Western Australia's most unique and visited attractions, The Bell Tower offers fascinating displays on these famous bells and the art of bell ringing, as well as stunning views of the Swan River from the sixth floor open air observation deck.
The Bell Tower is the only place in the world where you can view bell ringing in action
Located at Barrack Square; just a short five minute stroll from the city of Perth or you can get there by the CAT and alight at Barrack Square Stop
The Bell Tower, also known as the Swan Bells Belltower, is located on the banks of the Swan River in the heart of Perth, next to the Stirling Gardens. The bell tower was built in the millennium. Its left and right wings are like a pair of swan wings. It has a unique shape and has become one of Perth's landmarks. The tower top of the glass tower and steel pipe structure is 82 meters high. It collects 18 big clocks from all over the UK and forms a group. With the bells of the people playing different music, visitors can also experience the ringing of the clock. It is one of the largest group of bronze clocks in the world today and the only royal clock tower outside England. Figure 3 is , now, there is a concentric lock in the place where there is a tower? Look at the density of the lock to see the population density here. You go to the Seoul Tower to see, I accidentally knocked out a trip, but also reached the foot, flat and well sprinkled. Those locks have no place to squeeze! Look at the pointed strange object in the distance of Figure 4 is this clock tower.
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