TIMEZONE - Fremantle 33 South Terrace Piazza - opens at 10 am
2. WA SHIPWRECKS MUSEUM
This is situated at 45 Cliff Street in Fremantle and is rich in history, and has on display hundreds of relics from ships wrecked along WA's treacherous coastline. These include the original timbers from the Batavia, the de Vlamingh plate, and also many artefacts from the Dutch shipwrecks Zuytdorp, Zeewijk and Vergulde Draeck.
5. PEACHEY PARK
Peachey Park is located between Kew Street and Acton Avenue in Kewdale, and is a large park containing an adventure bike track with many challenges including "slalom, bone shaker and wall turns".
Learn about dinosaurs, meteorites and our incredible night sky. Or see all about shipwrecks and see some of the objects from the Museum, including fascinating butterflies, vintage spearheads and arrows, and so much more!
7. WALK THE SWAN VIEW TUNNEL
Here you would use the disused historic railway tunnel to get to the John Forrest National Park (park at the end of Morrison Road, Swan View).
Here, beginners will be able to work out what foot goes where, how to turn and just how to surf generally, and those who have a bit of experience, can hone in and improve their skills.
13. WA DETECTIVE TRAILS
WA Detective Trails are self-guided puzzle walks around Perth city, Perth suburbs and the rest of WA.
Each trail has a fictitious crime that you solve; a list of suspects; and many clues, while each stop will keep you looking high and low for the answers to cross off "suspects" who turn out to be innocent!