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Best Neighbourhoods to Explore in Perth - Top picks!

Perth is surrounded by beautiful beaches and national parks. The coastal suburbs are known for their cafés, shops, parks, and beaches, whilst the metropolitan core is known for its fashionable museums, eateries, and bars. Let's take a quick look at the neighbourhoods you should not miss!

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Perth City

The Central Business District or CBD has a beautiful view of the Swan River and the surrounding area. Take a ride along the river or explore the Elizabeth Quay waterfront zone to see the public art, which is on display across the area. We propose starting the day with a cup of steaming coffee at Tiisch, followed by a visit to the Art Gallery of Western Australia or even the Government House grounds, followed by a stroll along St Georges Terrace, which is the city's primary boulevard. When it comes to shopping, Hay Street Mall, Forrest Chase, and the charming Tudor-style London Court arcade are all excellent choices. And if you're looking for Perth City hotels close to the city centre, you can check out properties like Pan Pacific Perth.

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South Perth

South Perth, on the other side of the river, is comprised of lush parks as well as tree-lined streets. Despite the fact that the South Perth beachfront is far calmer than its north counterpart, it offers spectacular vistas of the city skyline. In addition to several recreational opportunities, such as bike routes and picnic tables as well as restrooms, cafés, and kid's playgrounds, the area also includes a number of amenities.

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Victoria Park

Victoria Park, located east of South Perth, is a thriving centre for inner-city arts as well as culture. The stately Broken Hill Hotel has hovered over the Albany Highway retail strip since its construction in 1898. The modest Thai restaurant called Red Basil Thai Cuisine is a fantastic bargain lunch location, while the elegant Asian fusion restaurant called Neho is a great date destination. Afterwards, relax at John MacMillan Park or the John Bissett Reserve. It takes around eleven minutes to drive to Victoria Park from the CBD.

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Northbridge

Northbridge has risen to become Perth's hippest area in the last ten years. It may be a little rough around its edges, but this neighbourhood located north of the CBD is filled with secret pubs, vegan restaurants, and high-end clothing stores and designer boutique shops. The Perth Institute of Contemporary Arts (PICA) is an excellent spot to begin your exploration. In addition to becoming the most Instagrammed café in the city, Sneaky Tony's rum bar requires guests to submit a passcode on Friday and on Saturday evenings (the password may be obtained on the business's Facebook page) in order to enter. Ezra Pound is known for his cocktails and craft beer, whilst Frisk is known for his gin selection. Visit William Street if you want to see some local fashion.

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Leederville

The little area of Leederville is popular because of its diverse atmosphere and close proximity to Lake Monger and the city, among other factors. Pixel Coffee Brewers for cappuccino and The Garden for drinks are some of our favourite spots in the city.