The Seniorocity Guide to Perth City:
Our Seniorocity guide has you covered ideas for visiting Perth City. Find Perth attractions, including museums, restaurants, tours and much more!
For example, why not hop aboard with the Little Ferry Company? Experience cruising aboard WA’s only solar electric ferry. It’s whisper quiet with no smell of diesel fumes. Their experienced skippers provide a personalised commentary along the way, stopping off at Elizabeth Quay, On The Point, Optus Stadium and Claisebrook Cove.
Likewise, Captain Cook Cruises (WA) are cruising the waterways of Perth. Throughout 35 years of operation they have shown thousands of tourists the very best of the Swan River. Choose from a wide range of cruise options from Perth to our Port City of Fremantle or head upstream, towards the magnificent Swan Valley wine region.
If you’re looking for more tourism and cultural attractions, perhaps a visit to Perth Mint, the Art Gallery of WA or The Bell Tower is in order. All are within walking distance of public transport services. Why not explore Elizabeth Quay while you’re at it?
On the other hand, why not enjoy a meal at Miss Maud’s Swedish Restaurant. Enjoy incomparable Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner Smörgåsbords or select from the equally tempting a la carte menu 7 days a week. Even better, from Monday to Thursday WA Seniors Card members receive 10% off breakfast, lunch & dinner smorgasbord.
Similarly, you could head to Brotzeit Perth. Brozeit is a casual, modern dining experience. Sit-down restaurant, stand and have a snack with a beer or share platters and smaller dishes with friends. It is a true, authentic German food and drink experience, with great products at great prices. Plus, dine in at Brotzeit and get 10% off your total lunch food bill with your Seniors Card on weekdays.
All these Perth City locations are listed with reviews, photos and more in our Seniorocity guide. Check it out and enjoy a wonderful day in the City today!