One of the must do activities in Perth Central Business District (CBD) is to walk along the Swan River. It is a beautiful walk just along the water and is very refreshing. This walk provides spectacular views of the skylines of Perth city.
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About Swan River
Having a spiritual and mythological significance among the Noongar people, the Swan River, also known as Derbarl Yerrigan, is a river located in Perth city. The river also has a major significance in Perth culture, as it forms a basis for water sports such as sailing, swimming and rowing.
There are 22 road and railway bridges crossing the Swan River.
Logistics of walk along Swan River
- Total distance: 12 kilometres (but this can be extended to further or reduced).
- Total time taken: 2.5 hours.
- Cost: Free.
- Note: There are free water refill stations along the path and some of the path is shared with the cyclists, so watch out.
- Path: Yellow line below. YHA Perth – Elizabeth Quay – Barrack Street Jetty – Riverside Drive – Heirisson Island. Usually the walk starts at Elizabeth Quay but I walked from YHA Perth.
The walk along the Swan River is a stunning walk in between the city of Perth. The walkway and the views of the skyline and landscapes are spectacular. I highly recommend walking this path while you are in Perth.
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