Elizabeth Quay has Perth’s pride of place perched between
the Swan River and the city.
Over 800,000 visitors came to see what all the
fuss was about during the first three weeks of its opening on 29 January 2016.
The crowds won’t ease off any time soon especially with the Perth International
Arts Festival, Fringe World Festival, Night Noodle Markets, pop-up bars, art
installations and eateries galore.
Elizabeth Quay is also home to the Barrack Street Jetty
where ferries leave for river cruises and Rottnest; unless you’re feeling all
romantic on your very own Venetian gondola. From here you can also join an open
top bus tour or an adventurous Segway Tour.
You’ll probably have already spied the Bell Tower built to
house the bells of Saint Martin in the Fields church in Trafalgar Square dating
back to 1550. For 360 degree views of the city and river climb up to the open
air Observation Deck. Leave your mark with an engraved Love Lock and hang it on
As they say, watch this space as many exciting plans are in
the pipeline for one of Perth’s most iconic landmarks.