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Enjoy the magic of Spring

Spring is always a magical time. Warm breeze brushes away the winter chill and brings us breathtaking sceneries. Wildflowers are blooming, birds are singing, the sun is shining through the azure sky.

In order to celebrate this beautiful season, many parks in Perth currently have flower displays, which attract thousands of people every year. Araluen Botanic Park is one of the main parks that have flower displays. Each year, its tulip display attracts people from all over the world and it has become one of the main tourist attractions in Perth.

The park is located in the Perth hills with a north-south valley aspect. It is home to many species of Australian and international flora. This year, Araluen planted 100,000 tulips, 3,000 of these where planted on the hill above the Chalet and with the beautiful light grey trunks of the Eucalyptus viminalis as a back drop.

For families with small children and senior relatives, the park has a tourist train that runs from 10.30 to 4.30 everyday.

For more information on location, getting there and entry fee, please visit their website:

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Kingston Students at The Bell Tower, one of West Australias most visited attractions.

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Theres plenty to do and see in Perth.

For example:

  • Take a cruise along the Swan River, then drive along the coast to visit Perths amazing beaches.
  • Visit Rottnest Island by ferry to see the Quokkas. You can also cycle around the island and explore its nooks and crannies, or wander onto its beautiful beaches to swim, surf or sunbake.
  • Take a treetop walk in Kings Park.
  • Visit a chocolate factory or the wineries in the Swan Valley.

Many opportunities are available for the adventurous at heart to pursue their passions.

Western Australia has it all jaw-dropping outback landscapes, ancient forest, wild surf and coral reefs to blow your mind. All this plus more sunny days than anywhere else in the country.

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