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Discover some of the must-do experiences around Metro Hotel Perth City.

Things To Do

Nature and urban life coexist in a symbiotic bond in Perth, the sunniest capital city in Australia and a wonderful place to visit year-round.


It’s the kind of place that you fall in love with once you get there, and you’ll be blown away with all the fun things you can do in this part of the country.


Whale Watching Western Australia

Perth, Western Australia, is renowned for its stunning coastline, pristine waters, and diverse marine life. Among the many natural wonders that grace its shores, one of the most captivating experiences is whale watching. From the majestic Humpback Whales to the awe-inspiring Bremer Bay Orcas and the elusive Perth Canyon Blue Whales, this coastal paradise offers an unparalleled opportunity to witness these incredible cetaceans up close. Join “The Pod”, Australia’s #1 Whale Watching Experience, and embark on a year-round adventure to explore the marine wonders that grace Western Australia’s shores.


Gloucester Park

Gloucester Park is a unique and versatile venue in Perth, home to the Gloucester Park Trots. Horse trotting, or harness racing as it’s sometimes called, consist of horses pulling a two-wheeled cart occupied by the jockey. Racing every Friday night.


The Perth Mint

The Perth Mint is Australia’s oldest operating mint and one of Perth’s premier tourist destinations. Book yourself a tour which includes a fascinating live gold pour, the world’s largest gold coin and guided walk through the world-class exhibition.


Queens Gardens

Queens Gardens, named after Queen Victoria in honour of her Diamond Jubilee, were opened in 1899. This park offers a peaceful oasis with manicured gardens, flower beds and lakes filled with water lilies. It’s an ideal place for a picnic, to read a book or take a stroll. This is also a popular place for weddings.


Matagarup Bridge Zip & Climb

The Matagarup Bridge was opened to the public in July 2018 providing access between East Perth and Burswood. The 370m suspension pedestrian bridge quickly became a Perth icon and you can see it lit up in different colours to support major local, state and international events.


You are now able to climb and zip line from Matagarup Bridge. It’s a pretty amazing way to experience iconic structure.


St Mary’s Cathedral

St Mary’s Catheral was originally built in 1865 and has been the seat of the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Perth for over 150 years.


The cathedral is located at the top of a hill in East Perth, at the centre of Victoria Square and is the most impressive place of worship in Western Australia. It is open for prayer and quiet reflection every day.