Elizabeth Quay, Perth

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Bringing the Swan River and the city of Perth together, Elizabeth Quay provides entertainment and recreational prospects to locals and visitors alike. Look for interesting pieces of modern art on the quayside as you stroll around, or consider some dining options in the area. This is also the place from where you can catch a ferry to Rottnest Island. Put Elizabeth Quay on your schedule, and learn what else deserves a visit by using our Perth trip tool.
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  • We recently visited Perth and stayed with family in South Perth who lived walking distance from the ferry that delivered you right in the heart of Elizabeth Quay. It became a favourite place for us.....  more »
  • This is a wonderful large open space adjacent to the city centre and the Swan River. High-rise, units, hotel, cafes, walkways, etc but it is not accessible. If one can find somewhere to park the car.....  more »
  • when I went it was nice there is a ferry that takes you across the river and an ice cream shop as well  more »
  • Kept coming back here...just love boats and water! Took the ferry across to South Perth...a quieter place...but really lovely with a small beach. And what a view they've got looking across the Swan River, at the magnificent skyline of Perth!
  • What a beautiful place to walk and soak in views of the Swan River and the city. At sunset the bridge lights up and it's stunning, Perth looks pretty from here too. My friend and I put a friendship lock on the lock bridge, which lights up too. Lovely spot.
  • FUN, FUN, FUN the best place for taking pictures, eating the food at the place and also having fun with your family or friends. The place provides a lot of places which you can take pictures around the places, i really like the quay because you can ride on boats and take pictures and also go on the bridge and see the beautiful scenery. The glistening water is not so clean. The food at the place is very delicious but you can also take your lunch with you because there is a place where you can sit and some shade which covers the sitting place. As you sit and watch the never ending buildings you can count how many there are so that you don't feel like it's been so long since you started eating. Spending the time with your family and friends is the best way to spend your time at the Elizabeth Quay.
  • Loved the kids waterpark but it turned on and off intermittently not sure if this is a water pressure issue. Very popular but need to bring some spare clothes with you. Walking distance to Gusto for ice cream and went to The Island for lunch which has a kids playground nearby with some shade. Probably could do with more shade on the climbing equipment and slide. I have been to The Revelry before but it was so pricey but nice views for tourists who haven't been to Perth before. Nice overall but so hot in summertime.
  • One of Perth's premier attractions - if you like river-front views and walks. Stopped in for Dinner at the quaint brick and tile building (which was relocated brick by brick to it's current location). Good menu and prices for food and drinks reflect the area. Yes i would eat here again. The Florence Hummerston Kiosk, originally built in 1928, has been painstakingly relocated and rebuilt on the island.

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