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Perth's favourite playground, the Swan River is a stunning waterway which winds its way from the Darling Scarp to Fremantle. This natural attraction is popular location for Perth locals and visitors to enjoy a day out boating, fishing, skiing...more
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The swan river is one of most beautiful spots to visit. There are picnic places, long walks around the river or stop at one of the many cafe's. There is a ferry across the river from Perth city to South Perth foreshore, again a lovely...More
I find Swan River amazing. Ave watched it many times. While viewed from some locations, it's as wide as an ocean while in other areas it assumes a river appearance. The river snakes it's way from Perth Hills. Around Perth city it is can easily...More
We had a "visit your own front yard" holiday staying on the South Perth foreshore and enjoying all the adventures on offer on our beautiful river. At day it is full of activity, at night the lights of Elizabeth Quay and the city are breathtaking....More
We took a lunch cruise on the Swan River with Captain Cook cruises.
It was great, just cruising, beautiful scenery, great commentary by Captain.
Food was great, the staff friendly and talented too as they provided the entertainment. Kathryn, George and trainee Kierly all have...More
This river is beautifully clean and offers the opportunity for multiple cruises and a trip to the zoo! The Perth jetty precinct is lined with eateries and children's playgrounds. A cruise to and from Fremantle is a must for a very reasonable cost and the...More
Hi fisherman- sorry I didn't reply quickly. Yes, plenty of fishing spots all along the river. I'm not sure about restrictions but I think the new developments wouldn't encourage fishing- but that would be in the city's... More
Hi fisherman- sorry I didn't reply quickly. Yes, plenty of fishing spots all along the river. I'm not sure about restrictions but I think the new developments wouldn't encourage fishing- but that would be in the city's heartland. You wouldn't find it peaceful fishing there. Plenty of lovely spots and easy acces close by. You can also jump on a train with your fishing gear and get to Fremanle harbour- great fishing off the warf