Vacationing in Australia -Top tourist activities

COMO The Treasury ,Perth, Western Australia – Exterior with Ascalon HR

Blessed with some of the most pristine beaches in all of New South Wales, The Entrance is a beach lover’s dream come true. The locale’s patrolled beachscape is a popular stopover for locals and tourists as the venue is within a stone’s throw of engaging beachfront attractions. Beach lovers can also head down to Tuggerah Beach as this stunning beach is among the most expansive in the central coast with its white, sandy shores extending across 6km. tranquil and private Tuggerah Beach is situated near North Entrance Beach as well.

No trip to Western Australia would be complete without testing one’s luck in the area’s premier entertainment hubs. Dubbed the Burswood Casino, the all-encompassing entertainment compound is a popular stopover for tourists thanks to the wide range of recreational facilities available in the locale. Located within the sprawling Burswood Entertainment Complex, the venue houses a plethora of lounges and trendy bars along with electronic games as well as table games. Visitors based at COMO The Treasury, Perth or any other centrally located luxury hotel Perth counts amongst its best rests will be within easy reach of the casino.

A mere 30-minute drive away from the heart of Perth city centre, the Fremantle Harbour is another charming area of Western Australia that is waiting to be discovered by discerning travellers. It is littered with exquisite colonial era structures such as the Arts Centre, Old Courthouse and the Maritime Museum and Shipwreck Galleries with its intriguing exhibits regarding seafaring. Don’t forget to enjoy any one of the 43 varieties of tap beer available at Sail & Anchor and Little Creatures’ Freo HQ craft brewery. As one of the favourite day trip options available to visitors touring Perth, taking a ferry ride to Rottnest Island is one of the most memorable experiences holidaymakers can enjoy in Western Australia. A mere 19km from Perth, the island is a patch of paradise home to coral gardens ideal for snorkelling and more than 60 pristine beaches to relax and unwind in. Scuba divers can tour the shipwrecks off the coast of the island while nature lovers can pet a marsupial variety known as Quokka, which is endemic to Western Australia.

Caleb Falcon is a travel writer who specializes in writing content based on the many exciting world adventures that await intrepid travellers. Google+