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A Romantic & Accessible Weekend Getaway In Perth

We understand that sometimes for those with accessibility needs, planning a weekend getaway isn’t always an easy task. We’ve created this itinerary to cover the “where” side of things and to remove any added stresses, so you can focus on the ”who” side of things. 

Accommodation Options

Crown Resorts Perth is the home of luxury and three distinct hotels, a plethora of restaurants and bars, a theatre, an opulent spa, and a vibrant casino. Each hotel caters to limited mobility and mobility aids, with the option to book accessible rooms. 

  • Crown Towers is the epitome of sophistication, boasting richly furnished rooms with expansive views across the Swan River.

  • At Crown Metropol, you will find modern rooms with sleek, contemporary designs, and panoramic city views.

  • Crown Promenade blends comfort and convenience to create a relaxing stay.

Crown Towers Perth

Image (Above) - Crown Towers

Dinner Options

For dinner on both nights of your stay, choose from one of 11 culinary experiences at the Crown Resorts Precinct where you’ll find everything from gourmet Japanese, to pub bites, Italian fine dining, buffets, and more. Alternatively, if you feel like venturing out further, nearby public transport will take you to the heart of Perth CBD where there are multiple restaurants ranging in cuisines and prices. 

Breakfast Options 

For breakfast, choose from your options at the precinct or head across to City View Café at Optus Stadium. However, if staying snuggled in bed sounds more appealing, then embrace the relaxation and romance of your getaway and opt for room service, allowing you to enjoy breakfast in bed. 

Arrival: Friday

Pack your bags, head into the city, and let the romance unfold as you arrive at your chosen accommodation from 3pm for check-in. Once you’re settled, head out to dinner. 

Crown Towers Perth

Image (Above) - Crown Towers

Day 1: Saturday

You’ll no doubt wake up Saturday morning feeling rejuvenated after a blissful sleep cocooned in the softness of Crown's cloud-like beds. Once you’ve risen, choose from one of the many breakfast options.

The OZONE Optus Stadium 

Just down the road, you’ll find Optus Stadium, and here you’ll find The OZONE with two different experiences on offer. If you’re looking for a thrill, VERTIGO will see you stepping off the roof of the stadium, or for something more chilled, the HALO roof climb allows you to take a 360-degree walk around the stadium's roof. Both of these activities cater to limited mobility, mobility aids, low vision and low hearing. 

HALO at The Ozone, Optus Stadium

Image (Above) - HALO Roof Climb

Lunch at The Camfield 

Australia's largest pub, The Camfield, is home to five bars, 175 beer taps, an onsite micro-brewery, plus a beer garden. Situated on the banks of the Swan River, next to Optus Stadium, the venue is airy and inviting, with outdoor seating that allows you to soak up some sunshine as you ‘cheers’ to your love. 

Matagarup Mini Golf 

After lunch, wander across to Matagarup Mini Golf, where the course has been designed with all abilities in mind. Wide pathways have been implemented throughout the venue, and course obstacles have been placed in a way that ensures nobody’s mini-golf fun is impeded. Limited mobility, mobility aids, low vision, low hearing, and cognitive impairments are all catered for here. 

Matagarup Mini Golf | Perth City

Image (Above) - Matagarup Mini Golf

Attend an event at RAC Arena 

RAC Arena is located in the city centre and frequently hosts music, sporting, and comedy events with performers and players from all over the world. Check to see if your favourite team or artist is in town when you plan to be, and if so, it may be the perfect opportunity to see them live. The venue caters to limited mobility, mobility aids, low vision, low hearing and cognitive impairments. 

View of the tennis court at RAC Arena, surrounded by a full crowd in the stands.

Image (Above) - RAC Arena

Day 2 and Departure: Sunday

It’s time to check out and choose today's breakfast spot. 

WA Museum Boola Bardip

After finishing breakfast, the first stop is the WA Museum Boola Bardip. Spend the morning being inspired by the creativity, history, art, science and culture, showcased within the four walls of this museum. Limited mobility, mobility aids, low vision, low hearing, and cognitive impairments are all catered for here. 

WA Museum Boola Bardip

Image (Above) - WA Museum Boola Bardip

Lunch at Elizabeth Quay

It’s time for lunch at Elizabeth Quay, where you can choose from multiple dining options all set on the tranquil waters of the Swan River. 

The Bell Tower

The Bell Tower is one of Perth's most famous attractions, with sweeping views of the Swan River from the observation deck, providing a place to learn about the art of ancient bell-ringing. All levels of the building are accessible for limited mobility needs and wheelchair users. Tours are tactile and can be adjusted for visitors with low vision and hearing. For noise sensitivity, earmuffs are available. 

The Bell Tower, Perth City

Image (Above) - The Bell Tower