The CBD of Perth, 4th biggest city in Australia after Sydney, Melbourne and Brisbane
Nice old/modern contrast!
No, you won’t find living kangaroos in the streets of Perth, but you might find this nice sculpture instead…
The Government House
The street art in Perth might not be as stunning as in Melbourne, but you can still find some very cool paintings like this beautiful…
…or this great brick wall!
Perth is also a very green city with a lot of different parks. The main one is Kings Park, famous for its huge botanical garden but also for this nice view over the CBD.
The advantage of Perth compared to the other main Australian cities: it’s on the West coast which means that you can watch the sun go down in the ocean every day. This seagull didn’t want to miss that gorgeous sunset!
Fremantle is more than just a suburb of Perth; it has it own atmosphere and it’s a really great place to visit.
The Fremantle markets are very famous; you can find there a lot of products, like fruits and vegetables…
…but also french crêpes!
There are a lot of very nice bulidings around Fremantle
High Street in Fremantle
At the end of High Street, the Round House which was used as a prison for the first convicts
The view from the Round House with a great artwork from the artist Felice Varini. It reminded me of home as he did the same kind of thing in my hometown, but with triangles!
A nice ship in the Fremantle harbour.
There are a lot of bars and cafes around the Fremantle Harbour, a great place to spend a warm afternoon.
It’s also the place where you can find the Little Creatures brewery. Definitely my favourite Australian beer!
The old Fremantle prison: it was used until 1991! Nowadays it’s a very interesting visit.
Perth is not so far away and you can even see the CBD towers in the background but it’s a completely different feeling…
…welcome to the amazing Rottnest Island!
The coast all around the island is incredible, one of the most beautiful places I visited in Australia.
The inland part of Rottnest Island.
I wish I had my boat to sail to Rottnest Island…
…if I had a boat it would be this one!
A visit to Rottnest Island isn’t complete without spotting any quokkas…
These lovely animals are everywhere around the island!
They are not scared about humans at all, but they’re still wild animals, don’t feed them they need to find their own food!
Another inhabitant of Rottnest Island, less cute than the quokkas..!
Do you see these black spots on the rocks? They are seals quietly sunbathing!