Discover South Perth
One of the state's most loved destinations for locals and tourists alike, the City of South Perth is packed with places to discover, explore and experience. From the banks of the beautiful Swan River and South Perth Foreshore to the sprawling parks, reserves and natural wetlands, South Perth and its surroundings suburbs offer endless options for those who love being outdoors.
Art, culture, great food and boutique shopping abound too. Mends and Angelo Street in South Perth along with Preston Street in Como are home to fabulous cafes, bars, restaurants, unique shops and street art.
What to do in South Perth
The piazza at Mindeerup at Mends Street Jetty
The new jewel in South Perth’s crown, Mindeerup at Mends Street Jetty is the perfect spot to meet up with friends or simply enjoy stunning views of the Swan River and Perth city. It’s also home to a larger than life numbat and frilled neck lizard and other intriguing animal artworks.
South Perth Foreshore and Sir James Mitchell Park
Offering the best panoramic Swan River and Perth city views, it’s no wonder South Perth Foreshore and Sir James Mitchell Park are such popular spots for outdoor activities as well as picnics with family and friends.
This delightful street offers mouth-watering selection of speciality coffee shops, cafes and breakfast options as well as fabulous Asian and European inspired restaurants.
Known for its trendy cafes, small bars, luxe boutiques and gift shops, Angelo Street in South Perth is packed with loads of neighbourhood charm and gourmet food stores.
Arguably Como’s coolest strip, Preston Street is lined with unique cafes and cake shops as well as an assortment of much-loved restaurants and bars.
Climb aboard the Ferry Tram and experience a glimpse of life in years gone by. The fully restored Ferry Tram transported passengers along Mends Street in 1922 and is now open to the public at Windsor Park in South Perth.
Millers Pool is a picturesque place to pause, rest, reflect and appreciate sweeping views of the Swan River.
Perth Zoo is home to 170 species and 1,300 animals from all corners of the globe.
Take a guided tour of one of the Old Mill, one of Perth’s best-known landmarks.
Collier Park Golf
Collier Park Golf is international standard public golf course, driving range and practice facility in Como, just ten minutes from Perth city. It is also home to a new mini golf course like no other in Western Australia. Designed as a miniature version of a world-class landscaped 18 hole course, whether you are a beginner, intermediate or advanced putter – with three flags per hole available, all abilities are catered for. The first 9 holes are fully wheelchair and pram accessible. Open Monday - Sunday, 9am-8pm (last game at 6.30pm).