Three days in Perth means you’re lucky enough to fully experience it, especially if your itinerary includes tours that combine the sights, culture, and adventures of the city plus Western Australia’s southwest coast. Here’s how to spend a fun-filled 72 hours in Perth.
Great Eastern Hwy, Burswood, WA, 6100
Even if you don’t have the budget to check into one of Crown’s 5-star hotels (The Crown Metropol Perth, Crown Towers Perth, and Crown Promenade Perth), you can still make the most of the complex’s nightlife, dine at one of the gourmet restaurants, or check into the day spa. Alternatively, attend a concert at the Burswood Dome or simply admire the striking buildings on a Swan River cruise from Perth
Things to Know Before You Go
A smart dress code is required for entrance to some of the restaurants, nightclubs, and the casino.
Crown Perth is fully wheelchair accessible.
Crown was formerly known as Burswood Entertainment Complex, so some locals may still call it this.
How to Get There
Crown Perth is located on the eastern bank of the Swan River in Central Perth, less than 3 miles (4.8 kilometers) from Perth CBD and a roughly 10-minute drive from Perth International Airport. To get there by train, get off at Burswood on the Armadale and Thornlie lines.
When to Get There
The complex is open daily all year-round, but the best time to visit is during the evening hours, when the bars and nightclubs will be in full swing, and you can enjoy views of Perth’s glittering skyline across the river.
Fine Dining at Crown Perth
Crown Perth is a top choice for foodies, with options ranging from indulgent Italian cuisine at Modo Mio Perth to classic French gastronomy at Bistro Guillaume to Japanese bites at Nobu. There’s truly something to suit all tastes, including the world-class steakhouse Rockpool Bar & Grill, the Atrium buffet, and Silks, one of Perth’s most popular Chinese restaurants.