A list of great reasons to visit one of Perth's favourite public spaces!
Unless you have been living completely off the grid, you will know that Perth now has a fantastic new space for the community to enjoy.
Elizabeth Quay has been open since January 2016, and there is plenty for families with children of all ages to see and do, including mini golf, a playground, and lots of options for food, drink and ice cream! If you need more than one reason to visit Elizabeth Quay, here are ten.
The Bell Tower is located on Riverside Drive, not far from the Barrack Street Jetty and is open from 10am daily.
The Observation Deck provides 360 degree views of the city, including Kings Park and South Perth.
It is close to public transport
Elizabeth Quay is super easy to get to via public transport.
Elizabeth Quay station is on the Mandurah line and is only one stop from Perth Station, which links to each of Perth’s metro train lines.
You can take the ferry across the Swan River to the South Perth Foreshore.
The Perth Blue Central Area Transit (CAT) Bus will take you to and from Elizabeth Quay to Northbridge. The route starts at the Elizabeth Quay bus station.
For something a little more on the fun side, take a trip to Elizabeth Quay on Perth’s very own hop on, hop off double decker tourist bus – the Perth Explorer! Along with Elizabeth Quay, the Perth Explorer stops at Kings Park, Watertown Shopping Outlet, the Perth Mint and Crown Casino.
Take the Perth Explorer Bus!
Walking distance to the Perth CBD
The Perth CBD is only a short walk away up Barrack Street.
Otherwise, you can hop on the train at Elizabeth Quay and get off at the next stop, Perth Station, which is in the heart of the city.
Alternatively, the blue CAT bus will take you from the Barrack Street Jetty to the Perth CBD via Northbridge.
It’s pram friendly
Elizabeth Quay has lots of pathway that is perfect for pushing the pram around!
You can also take a leisurely stroll or a quick walk along Riverside Drive and around to the South Perth foreshore if you are feeling keen!
Turanga Music is the perfect way to engage your kids in music, whether it be for the first time or as a booster to their instrumental learning for aural and music theory. Running every Saturday throughout September at Bull Creek Community Centre.