Perth – Built on lakes and wetlands

Perth city was established as a British colony in 1829. The street plan for the city centre was drawn up on a desk in London with almost no consideration given to the fact that the site was covered in a collection of fresh-water wetlands, swamps and lakes. They were known…

You can you help tourism without spending any money

Would you like to assist the tourism and hospitality industry during these unprecedented times? We urge you to take a few minutes to leave a review for any tour, activity, hotel stay or dining experience you have had in the past, and not previously reviewed. The best places to leave…

Media Release: Travel bans hit local tourism operators hard 

Media Release 18 March 2020 Local tourism operators are banding together to develop practical solutions to help keep small operators afloat as the impact of COVID-19 hits the local economy. Two Feet & a Heartbeat, The Little Ferry Company and Go Cultural tours are encouraging Perth residents to support local…

Mettams pool

Perth’s incredible coastline by bike

The one-day guide to seeing Perth’s incredible coastline by bike. Transparent jewel blue waters, sugary white sand beaches and the only major city in Australia where you can watch the sun set over the Indian Ocean. It is no surprise that Perth is globally envied for its extraordinary coastline. So…

Perth Bleisure Travel

Mixing business with leisure. “Bleisure”

Mixing business with leisure. “Bleisure” . Sure, it is a made up word, however it is a trend that is growing. To those who do not travel for work, it can be difficult to understand that it is no holiday. When the boss given you the golden ticket to escape the…