Venue – Crown Perth
Crown Perth officially opened its doors to the public in 1985, bringing a fully-integrated entertainment precinct to Western Australia. Renowned for its world-class facilities, entertainment, premium restaurants and luxury accommodation, Crown is located on the eastern banks of the Swan River, just minutes from the CBD and both domestic and international airports.
Host City – Perth
Embrace Perth’s relaxed magic with a sunset drink on Cottesloe Beach, a cruise down the Swan River or live music in inner-city enclaves. Walk Kings Park and visit historic Fremantle. Swim, bike and catch rock lobster along Rottnest Island’s secluded bays.
Visit Perth and Beyond:
Kings Park and Botanical Gardens
Located a 5 minute drive or 15 minute walk from Perth CBD, Kings Park is one of the largest inner city parks, rich in Aboriginal history, the State War Memorial and panoramic views of the city.
Fremantle lies on a series of limestone hills at the mouth of the Swan River, approximately 25 minutes from Perth. Fremantle has many of the city’s most impressive heritage buildings, interesting convict history and an artistic culture.
Optus Stadium and the surrounding Park is located east of the Perth Central Business District, on the Burswood Peninsula. With views of the picturesque Swan River and Perth city in the west and the foothills in the east, this 60,000 seat, world-class, multi-purpose Stadium will host a variety of sports and entertainment events including Australian Football League, International and Big Bash League cricket, soccer, rugby league and union plus concerts.
Just a 20 minute drive from Perth, the Swan Valley region offers rolling vines, meandering waterways and lush natural bushland, as well as award-winning wineries, breweries and food producers.
Perth Hills District
An hour’s drive from Perth CBD, into the hills, the John Forrest National Park epitomises the natural beauty of the Darling Range with bush trails, granite outcrops and waterfalls.
Located just off-shore from Perth this island is a 35 minute ferry ride from Fremantle or 1.5 hours from Perth. The island boasts the best this area has to offer, with secluded sandy white beaches, crystal clear waters for snorkelling around the area’s coral reefs and an array of native animals to view. Rotto, as it is called by the locals, is a car free zone, adding to the relaxed feel of the island.
The Indian Ocean provides Perth with some of the most beautiful beaches in the world. Western Australia’s coastline spans an impressive 12,000 kilometres and there is a beach to suit everyone.
Only a 7 minute drive from the Perth CBD, this award-winning zoo is home to approximately 1300 native and exotic animals from over 230 species as well as a world famous breeding program for critically endangered species.
One of the world’s oldest and operational mints. The Mint was established in 1899 as a branch of the British Royal Mint to refine gold from Western Australia’s goldfields. Housed in one of Western Australia’s most historical buildings, the Perth Mint is located a few minutes’ walk from the CBD.