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Perth Activities and Programs
Perth is home to a range of activities for business events both in the city centre and further afield.
The capital of Western Australia is home to one of the biggest inner-city parks in the world, Kings Park and Botanic Gardens. Located on the banks of the Swan River, Perth offers a range of outdoor and team-building experiences.
Sail the Swan River
Groups of up to 170 guests can enjoy a casual cruise or race on an elite racing yacht with Swan River Sailing. Accommodating 11 people per vessel, groups will be joined onboard by an experienced sailor.
Taste local Indigenous cuisine
Join local Wardandi Bibbulmun woman Dale Tilbrook to learn about the bush tucker of the Noongar traditional owners with Dale Tilbrook Experiences.
Catch your own lobster lunch
Pull crayfish pots straight from the ocean as part of Mandurah Cruises’ Wild Seafood Experience then enjoy a five-course lunch – including your freshly barbequed lobster – onboard.
Hop over to an island
Visit Rottnest Island, home of the quokka, where you can see the sights via Segways, bicycle or complete a high-powered circumnavigation of the island in a Rottnest Express Eco Express Adventure Boat.
Explore the Pinnacles
Head north of Perth for a visit to the Pinnacles, where you can enjoy a sunset picnic or go stargazing after dark amongst these naturally occurring limestone rocks, standing up to 3.5 metres (11.5 feet) high.
Visit Margaret River
A short flight from Perth is the Margaret River region, which produces more than 25 per cent of Australia’s premium wine and is home to more than 200 wineries including Leeuwin Estate. Nearby, you will discover the coastal town of Busselton, which has the longest wooden jetty in the Southern Hemisphere.
Cruise the Coral Coast
The Coral Coast north of Perth boasts two World Heritage-listed sites – Ningaloo Reef, where you can swim with whale sharks, manta rays and humpback whales; and Shark Bay, known for its natural diversity. This 1,100 kilometres (684 miles) stretch of coastline is also home to the visually stunning Pink Lake, also known as Hutt Lagoon, best viewed from above via a scenic flight.