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The Bell Tower, Perth

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Monument Historic Site
Come see one of the largest sets of ringing bells in the world at The Bell Tower. The tower is a modern architectural delight, with its copper and glass bell tower and 18 bells. Climb the spiral staircase to ring the bells yourself. Take a rest at the observation deck and enjoy the views of the Swan River and urban surroundings. If you prefer to stay at ground level, walk on the path inlaid with ceramic tiles around the tower. Opened in 2000 to commemorate the new millennium, The Bell Tower has become a city icon. Put The Bell Tower into our Perth itinerary maker to see other points of interest to visit during your vacation in Perth.
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  • Different things to view on each floor. Great view of parts of the city from the top. You can not only view the bells tolling, but you can from another floor view the bell ringers.  more »
  • This is an interesting structure not just to listen to the bells but a trip up to the viewing tower gives an excellent view over the water and Elizabeth Quay unfortunately a lot of the view of the Qua...  more »
  • I went to Perth last as I was taking my boat for the river wine cruise, I had a look around the bell tower I thought it was lovely to look at and well recommended for visitors who come to see Perth I ...  more »
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  • Nice place to visit. Not to expensive (around 10$). You can see the bell ringers in action and do up the 6th floor to enjoy the view. A big thank you to the nice gentleman working there that explained everything about the place to me.
  • Great views, interesting information, bell ringing was a great experience. Michael & Patrick at the front desk were friendly & helpful, presentation very well done by John & appreciated the young lady on level 6 helping us out with photos. Great customer service ✔️😊
  • You may think that the tower looks cool, with it's iron sails in the quay, but the Bells may not be. But it's surpassingly a cool place. The Bell Tower is worth spending at least an hour at to look at these impressive old looking bells. My recommendation is going on their website and finding when they have ringers ringing the bells, then heading in at around that time. If you go for the experience, you'll can chime some of the bells.
  • Great view of the city. Very informative about the history of the bells. There is a walk way of love locks, with names and dates off visitors and lovers. My mother & father have placed a lock to mark their 60th wedding anniversary. Good place to vistit.
  • Nice place. I went twice, once during the day and again at night as it was lit up. I would definitely recommend going

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When you choose your Perth accommodations, remember that this city stretches over a wide area, which can cause issues for visitors with limited time to sightsee. The best way to remain close to urban transportation is to stay in the central business district or neighboring Northbridge, where you'll also find the greatest selection of hotels. To avoid the center's big crowds and steep hotel prices, consider booking a room in the coastal town of Mandurah, easily accessible by Perth's reliable suburban railway system.
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