Nature and urban life peacefully coexist in Perth, and that’s one of the most interesting features about this sunny capital city of Australia. Here, you can visit the popular Rottnest Island, take a walk in Kings Park and get a taste of Swan Valley’s wines, art, food and, above all, its intriguing history. If you’re in Perth and looking for interesting Perth Immigration agent things to do and places to visit, here’s a list that might help you. 

Go on a Perth River Cruise 

The iconic Swan River is Perth’s favourite playground. It is a stunning waterway that meanders and winds its way from the Darling Scarp to Fremantle. To enjoy the best views of this natural attraction, you may choose a Swan River cruise to see top riverfront sights including Kings Park, the Bell Tower and more. Many people come on board these cruises to enjoy a relaxing scenic cruise. If not a Perth River cruise, you can also enjoy a day out in the area boating, fishing, paddling, swimming, skiing or picnicking. The Swan River is rich in cultural and environmental values and was originally named Derbal Yerrigan by the local Aboriginals who believed the river was created and ruled over by the rainbow serpent ‘Waugal’. 

Snap a Selfie with a Quokka in Rottnest Island

Quokkas are known as the happiest creature on earth, native to the famous Rottnest Island off the coast of Perth. These creatures are as curious as they’re friendly. And they’re very likely to come near you and even pose with you for a cute selfie. Over the years, this has become one of the most instagrammed experiences on offer in Perth. Rottnest Island also has a tranquil setting that will bewitch you with its abundant flora and fauna, colourful aquatic life.