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5 Terrific Accessible Tourist Attractions in Perth

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by Wheeliegoodperth (subscribe)
I am a Wheelchair user living in Perth Western Australia. Let's make the world more accessible for all of us.
Published January 16th 2022
Tourist Attractions Perth City

Perth, Western Australia may be one of the most isolated cities in the world but that doesn't stop Perth City from having some terrific wheelchair accessible tourist attractions. I have taken the hard work out of Googling and put together a list of '5 Terrific and Accessible Tourist Attractions' in Perth.

1. The Bell Tower - Located at Barrack Square Riverside Drive, Perth. Open Thursday - Sunday, 10am - 4pm The Bell Tower has premium tours available and is fully wheelchair accessible from the parking out front. The lift inside that takes you to each interesting floor and the disabled toilet located on level one. Head to the 6th level for beautiful views of Perth and the Swan River.



2. Perth Zoo - Located 20 Labouchere Road, South Perth. Open 7 days a week 9am - 5pm. Book your tickets online for easy check-in. Find Acrod parking in various parking bays close to the zoo. Be prepared to spend at least half a day wheeling around Perth Zoo and taking in all the attractions and animals. Numerous disabled bathrooms can be found throughout the zoo and you can even hire a scooter.



3. The Perth Mint - Located at 310 Hay Street, Perth. Open Monday - Saturday 9am - 5pm and Sundays 10am - 5pm. Book your tour of Perth Mint online and be mesmerised by all the wonderful history that is Perth Mint, from the gold to the gold diggers, your tour guide will take you on an adventure you won't forget. ACROD parking is down the road from Perth Mint and a disabled bathroom is located inside. Why not buy yourself or a loved one from the Perth Mint shop while you are there.



4. The Art Gallery of Western Australia - Located at Perth Cultural Centre, Perth. Open Wednesday - Monday 10am -5pm. Free of charge to wheel around yourself or with a loved one, be captured by the various artwork displayed from all over the world. If you want a tour, you can book tickets online. Special events are also available for artist talks.



5. Western Australian Museum Boola Bardip - Located at Perth Cultural Centre, Perth. Open 7 days a week 9.30am - 5pm. Free of charge, wheel inside the museum to be captured by the variety of displays on show. Every level has something different to offer and is wheelchair accessible. A couple of disabled bathrooms can be found within the museum.

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So much to see and experience in Perth and the focus on accessibility for everyone
by Gillian Ching (score: 3|4674) 127 days ago
A lot to see. Your wheelchair must be jet powered.
by Neil Follett (score: 3|4054) 127 days ago
Awesome article again, perth mint is cool with some awesome collectables in there. The museum sounds fun will have to book a visit. Cheers
by Azzad (score: 0|8) 127 days ago
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