‘Just a stroll to the beach’. 5 minutes walk to the coast and Mettams Pool which is a renowned safe family swimming and snorkelling bay. Other exquisite bays walking distance along the coast. Trigg Beach is Perth’s most popular suburban surfing beach. Walking and bike riding paths stretch along the coast to Scarborough, City Beach, Cottesloe going south and Sorrento and Hillarys Marina going north.
Local Places to eat
A range of cafes and restaurants you can either walk to, or drive to.
- North Beach Deli – 10 minute walk or 2 minute drive
- Trigg Pizza – 10 minute walk or 2 minute drive
- Yelo – 10 minute walk or 2 minute drive
- Island Market Trigg – 15 minute walk or 3 minute drive
- Canteen Trigg
- Tom’s Italian North Beach – 15 minute walk or 3 minute drive
- Zeal Vietnamese – 30 minute walk or 5 minute drive
- Wild Fig Café – 30 minute walk or 5 minute drive
- Tropico North Beach – 30 minute walk or 5 minute drive
- Bay 33 – 30 minute walk or 5 minute drive
- Ocean Dragon Chinese – 30 minute walk or 5 minute drive
- Clarkes of North Beach – 30 minute walk or 5 minute drive
- White Salt – 60 minute walk or 10 minute drive
- Hillarys Marina – 60 minute walk or 10 minute drive
An extensive range of other cafes and restaurants very close by; 5 minutes drive to Scarborough (south), or Flora Terrace in North Beach (north); or a 10 minute drive to Hillarys Marina (north).
You choose the type of cuisine you prefer and the range is extensive from fine dining to casual outdoor café meals.
Activities or Places of Interest
Perth ‘s wonderful climate supports the many outdoor activities which include enjoying a movie in the open air, sitting on deck chairs, surrounded by pine trees, at the Somerville Theatre in Nedlands or Pines Theatre in Joondalup. A range of world class outdoor concerts are held in Perth at Kings Park, river foreshore, local wineries, golf clubs, Swan Valley and further south in the wine regions of Margaret River.
A buzz of interesting shops, places to eat, a harbour for boats, a safe and protected swimming beach, a fun park for children, Rottnest Island ferry departure and drop off location and much more.
At Hillary’s Marina is an underwater world with fascinating fish and sea life; touch pool; ride the conveyor with fish tanks above and to the side.
Only 12 kilometres off shore and accessible using the ferries departing/returning to Hillarys Marina. Enjoy a day visit or stay longer and explore the island. Rottnest is famous for its beautiful bays and the lazy and relaxing casual lifestyle. Bike riding is the most popular way of getting around and bikes can be hired on the island. Alternatively walk around the settlement, to the various bays, and spot the quokkas who hop around in their natural environment.
Take a boat trip to experience the wonders of the waters – whales in their ocean home. Imagine the feeling of being close enough to see this marvellous sight!
Kings Park and the Tree Top Walk
The magnificent views of Perth city and the Swan River viewed from Kings Park will take your breath away. Walkways will guide you through gardens and bush, past waterfalls and fountains. Alternatively take the ‘tree top’ walk and enjoy the views from up in the trees.
A great way to experience the outdoors and enjoy the beauty of the Swan River is to take a cruise. There are many varieties including half day, full day, wine cruises, or evening dinner cruises.
Situated on the north side of the city of Perth, this is one of the gourmet centres of Perth. Tree lined, well lit streets provide restaurants, cafes, bars, hotels, and eateries from a large range of nationalities to entice palates of all tastes. Perth’s wonderful weather provides the opportunity to enjoy eating outdoors for a large part of the year.
A harbour town which shows some of WA’s original architecture. Fascinating museums depict naval and historical developments in the state. Famous for its ‘fish and chips’ which you can eat sitting harbourside, and for the variety of freshly caught seafood served in the many cafes and restaurants in this bustling town. The markets are a mecca for the artists and craftspeople whose creativity continually astounds.
Markets in Fremantle
Fremantle is famous for the markets which have something of interest for everyone of all ages. Both markets entice with their own unique wares and wonderful fresh produce.
Subiaco Shopping Precinct
Boutiques; gift shops; shoe shops, trendy bars, cafes and restaurants; interesting architecture, hotels, the Regal Theatre and a movie theatre, all add to Subiaco’s character. After a stroll in the Saturday markets or along the main shopping streets, enjoy ‘people watching’ while sipping on a coffee or a glass of wine in one of the outdoor venues.
The local Perth wine region – picturesque wineries and galleries to visit and award winning wines to taste. Sample some delicious food while enjoying the wines. An alternative to the Margaret River wine region if time does not allow travelling south, or perhaps enjoy both regions.
The Pinnacles, Cervantes
Allow a day for this popular destination to marvel at nature at its most creative. The Pinnacles comprise thousands of limestone pillars in a yellow sand desert resembling an ancient ruin – a spectacular sight – walk amongst them.
Hamersley or Wembley Golf Club
Hamersley public golf course within walking distance for the golfing enthusiasts or alternatively just a 15 minute drive to Wembley Golf Club.
Only minutes to either Karrinyup or Whitfords Shopping Centres providing the shopper with large complexes of boutiques, major stores, homewares, hairdressers/beauty treatments, eateries and more.