Celebrating Perth’s love affair with the Swan River, Elizabeth Quay is transforming the foreshore into a free playground for all ages to enjoy the city’s active lifestyle, abundant sunshine, amazing views, alfresco dining, outdoor markets and lively festival scene.
There are so many ways to get to and from the quay. Catch a train to Elizabeth Quay station or a bus to Elizabeth Quay bus port. Ride Perth’s free CAT bus, or get a taxi to and from Barrack Street Jetty – right beside the iconic Bell Tower. Hop aboard the ferry running between the quay inlet and South Perth, join a river cruise from Barrack Street Jetty, or take your own boat, canoe or kayak and pitch up at the free public moorings in the quay. Cycle or walk the riverside trail and explore the one and half hectares of inlet, island, landscaped gardens and public art via the striking arched suspension bridge and promenade circuit.
Be sure to check Perth’s calendar for special events at Elizabeth Quay inlet, and take in a show against the stunning backdrop of Perth’s cityscape and Swan River.
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