The Best Landmark in Perth

Hand-picked top 3 landmarks in Perth, WA. Our 50-Point Inspection includes everything from checking reviews, ratings, reputation, history, complaints, satisfaction, trust and cost to the general excellence. Deadset the best!


Barrack Square Riverside Drive, Perth, WA 6000

Since 1725

Bell Tower, Tourist Attraction, Landmarks, Historical Buildings, Architectural Buildings, Observation Deck, Group Bookings, School Visits, Bell Ringing Times, Private Functions, Corporate Functions, Wedding Events, Love Locks, Virtual Tour, Controversy, Cafes, Restaurants, Shops, Cycling & Walking Paths

Free Admission: Children (0-4) ● Also Known as Swan Bell Tower ● They are a set of 18 bells hanging in a specially built 82.5 metres (271 ft)-high copper and glass campanile ● The tower was designed by the local architects Hames Sharley

ABN 99 137 320 487

Price: Adults $9, Children (5-14) $7, Concession $8 & Family $25


Mon - Sun 10:00 am - 4:00 pm
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St Georges Terrace, Perth, WA 6000

Since 1859

Government House, Landmarks, Architectural Buildings, Heritage Buildings, Stonework and Bonded Brickwork, Incorporating Square Mullioned Windows, Decorated Gables and Ogival Capped Turrets, Dining Room, Drawing Room, Recent Engagements and Speeches, Tours, Programs, Events & Ceremonial

The building is a two storey mansion designed by Edmund Henderson in the early Stuart or Jacobean Revival style, set on 32,000 square metres (7.9 acres) of English gardens in the centre of the Perth business district

ABN 48 604 521 967


Open 24 Hours
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Barrack Street, Perth, WA 6000

Since 1870

Town Hall, Landmarks, Architectural Buildings, Wedding Reception or Wedding Ceremony, Client Night, Show, Gala Function, Shops, Pharmacies and Lunch Bars, Restoration, Banquet Style, Theatre Style, Cocktails, Open-Air Undercroft, Indoor Events, Outdoor Events, Meetings, Conferences & Not-For-Profit Events

Designed by Richard Roach Jewell and James Manning in the Victorian Free Gothic style, the hall was built by convicts and free men between 1867 and 1870 ● The site continues to be an important community meeting place

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Mon - Sat 10:00 am - 4:00 pm
Sun Closed
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