Whale watching
Whale watching
Valley Of The Giants
Valley Of The Giants
Cottesloe beach
Cottesloe beach
Manjimup Cherry Harmony Festival
Manjimup Cherry Harmony Festival

PERTH yang terletak di barat Australia menjanjikan pelbagai tarikan kepada pelancong, antaranya dari segi makanan, perniagaan, hiburan dan hotel yang menarik.

Ibu kota barat Australia itu sangat indah dan menjadi destinasi pilihan kepada mereka yang mahukan kedamaian dan susasana santai.

Pastikan anda mengunjungi Pusat Kebudayaan Perth yang menjadi pusat kegiatan seni, muzik dan pelbagai acara kebudayaan.

Selain itu, anda boleh menikmati makanan laut yang segar serta pemandangan flora dan fauna serta keindahan pantai.

Jangan lepaskan peluang untuk berkunjung dan merasai sendiri pengalaman di Perth yang menjanjikan seribu satu kenangan manis untuk dijadikan kenangan seumur hidup anda.

Experience Perth Region

. Explore Kings Park & Botanic Garden.

Perth is also home to one of the largest inner city parks in the world where spectacular views of the Swan River and city skyline abound together with wildflowers in spring.

. Experience the dining boom.

Perth city and its surrounding precincts of Mount Lawley, Leederville, Northbridge and Subiaco are brimming with new dining options. Sample WA fresh produce at one of the many new small bars, cafes, and restaurants such The Butterworth, Print Hall or the Trustee.

. Shop local and luxury.

Designer brands meet local labels along King, Queen, Hay and Murray Streets in the city. Other rich pickings include designer jewellery crafted from Western Australian gold, Argyle diamonds and Broome’s famous South Sea pearls.

. Watch the sunset over one of Perth’s amazing beaches. Home to 19 pristine metropolitan beaches, it’s easy to find your own slice of white sand to relax and enjoy one WA’s famous sunsets. Surfers head to Scarborough and Trigg, while swimmers cool off at Cottesloe or Mettam’s Pool between Sorrento Beach and Trigg.

. Foodie Walking Tours

Discover some of the best food and drink available in Perth in a new foodie adventure led by Food Loose Tours. Foodie Adventures is designed to be as involved and interactive as possible, and offers an International Food Adventure, Asian Affair Roving Dinner, Private Tour and Corporate Tour.

. Explore the vibrant port city of Fremantle.

Fremantle is best explored on foot. Learn about the city’s maritime and convict history on a tour, browse the shops, galleries and weekend markets, or feast on fish & chips at the Wharf.

. Weekend markets in Perth

You'll find plenty of markets all over Perth selling everything from hand-made arts and craft to natural and organic produce. The two found in the city are The Perth City Farmers Market and the Perth Home Grown Markets.


JUNE: Southern Forests Food Festival - Truffle Kerfuffle (26-28 June 2015)

The fourth annual Truffle Kerfuffle celebrates the Southern Forests’ famous black truffles and local produce.

JULY: Good Food (10-12 July 2015)

Savour good food, acclaimed local produce, luscious and cheeses

AUGUST: Gascoyne Food Festival (13-15 August 2015)

Experience gastronomic pleasures from tropical/temperate fruits to succulent seafood in this outback oasis including a celebrity Long Table Lunch

SEPTEMBER: Shinju Matsuri Festival (28 August - 6 September 2015)

Shinju Matsuri meaning Festival of the Pearl is a celebration of the unique culture, history and diversity of Broome. Join in the Long Table Lunch or savour unique ‘Broome Fusion’ creations the heart of Chinatown.

OCTOBER: Cambinata Extravaganza (10 October 2015)

Cambinata Yabbies celebrates the diversity and fabulous gourmet products of the heartlands with the annual extravaganza!.

NOVEMBER: Margaret River Gourmet Escape (20-22 November 2015)

Known for its world-class surf, beautiful beaches, quality vineyards and premium produce, Margaret River is the perfect setting for Australia’s most extraordinary food.

DECEMBER: Manjimup Cherry Harmony Festival (12 December 2015 )

The locally grown cherries take centre stage at the Manjimup Cherry Harmony Festival in the South West.

JANUARY: Mount Barker Grapes and Gallops Festival (17 January 2016)

Grapes and Gallops is the premier event in MountBarker which combines thoroughbred horse racing with the finest local food.

FEBRUARY: Taste Great Southern (18 February – 27 March 2016)

In celebration of the region’s award-winning food and wine, Taste Great Southern features degustation dinners, tastings, long table lunches, celebrity chefs and workshops dispersed across various towns in the Great Southern region.

MARCH: Channel Seven Mandurah Crab Fest (19-20 March 2016)

Over two days, the Mandurah foreshore is transformed into a lively celebration in honour of the famous blue manna crab which is abundant in this location.

MARCH: Eat Drink Perth (March-April 2016)

Perth's biggest food festival, Eat Drink Perth, runs over five weeks in March and April, with a variety of events showcasing Perth's unique food culture at the city’s restaurants, cafes, bars and diverse culinary experiences.


Australia’s South West is home to world-class food, beautiful beaches, surfing, cave systems, tall tree forests, and in-season, whale-watching and wildflowers. The region is one of the world’s 34 biodiversity hot-spots with 80 per cent of plant species found nowhere else on Earth.

- Fresh local produce.

The region is home to a variety of fresh produce - marron and trout, venison, chocolates, cheeses, olive oil, cherries, pink lady apples, boutique beers and crisp. Visit the Farmers Markets at Margaret River and Albany on most Saturdays. Join a truffle tour from June to August

-Food Festivals

The South West celebrates its food and wine offerings with a variety of events such as the Margaret River Gourmet Escape, Taste Great Southern, Cherry Harmony Festival and Truffle Kerfuffle.

-Catch your dinner

Go fishing at a marron or trout farm. Or save yourself the hassle and make a purchase from the many aquaculture farms around.

- Walk among the tall timbers.

Get a bird’s eye view of towering tingle trees on the Valley of the Giants Tree Top Walk between Denmark and Walpole. Suspended 40 metres above the forest floor, the walk is the first of its kind in the world.


Journey into an ancient underworld of spectacular limestone and crystal formations. The spine of the Leeuwin Naturaliste Ridge is dotted with more than 150 caves – Ngilgi, Mammoth, Lake, Jewel and Moondyne Caves are the key ones for visitors to explore.

- Lighthouses and whales

For vantage spots to watch migrating whales, visit Cape Naturaliste Lighthouse, Dunsborough (September to December) and Cape Leeuwin Lighthouse in Augusta (mid-May to September).

To find out more, visit: westernaustralia.com/events

*Sourced from Tourism Australia. Malaysia Airlines has 12 flights weekly between Kuala Lumpur and Perth. From Kota Kinabalu to Perth two flights weekly. For bookings, go to www.malaysiaairlines.com

Artikel ini disiarkan pada : Khamis, 14 Mei 2015 @ 3:37 AM