Discover the vibrant capital of Western Australia on this 2.5-hour walking tour of Perth. An ideal introduction to the city for first-time visitors, you’ll visit landmarks such as the Bell Tower, Elizabeth Quay, and Yagan Square as you go off the beaten path into the city's laneways and arcades. End your guided tour with a drink at a pub in lively Northbridge.
History, culture, and heritage walking tour of Perth
Look into Perth's past and hear about its present as you explore with a local guide
Unfortunately we were not able to do this tour given that we could not cope with the extreme temperatures of +41C.Melinda from “Two Feet & a Hearthbeat” company had an excellent understanding of our situation and went an extra mile to gave us a full refund. Many thanks to her and her company.We would recommend this company to everyone who loves to walk.
Everyone coming to Perth for a visit should do this tour. Thanks Iris for such a great afternoon. I learnt the interesting history of Perth and visited some wonderfully diverse places including the new library, communal garden where anyone can pick the herbs and edible flowers, the quaint old arcades, laneways like Wolf Lane with the wolf pawprints. We watched the St George and the Dragon clock animation when it chimed the hour. We also had a stop half way at the best Fish and Chip Shop I've been to in years, if not decades, in Grand Lane. I saw some stunning artwork on the houses in the lanes. We finished up with a drink at a lovely pub in Northbridge. I'd never have seen all I did on my own. A truly great afternoon.
A god way to see parts of the city you would not see from a bus or car.There was no one else on this tour, so I had a private guide! Ryan was very knowledgeable about Perth, and told me some interesting facts I did not know. It was nice to take a break in a local pub for a drink. and the good summer weather made it very relaxing. Bus tours are good, but do this one, too. It shows a different side of Perth.
Excellent tour - really good guide with very good local and historic knowledge. Would recommend highly. The walking pace was relaxed and there was time to take photos and ask questions- the time sped by.
It covered - history and culture including aboriginal aspects - buildings - gardens- Bell tower- Elizabeth Quay and some of the older facades remaining in the city. We then went onto some hidden food and drink spots in the CBD and ended with a drink in a small bar in a laneaway.
It was a lovely evening.
My guide was amazing, entertaining and the two hour walk was so insightful. Perth has been transforming itself especially near the quay and reclaimed land - this walk reveled hidden gems too. a must for first time visitors or one who has not been back for awhile. Thank you VIator for recommending this tour.