Check Out the Marvellous Bell Tower
Despite its modern façade, the Bell Tower is home to the original 14th Century bells from Saint Martin in the Fields Church – the parish church of Buckingham Palace. Its alien spaceship-like design is functional as it’s the world’s largest musical instrument.
The entry fee includes an interactive demonstration of the historic bell and the exciting history of the exhibits. While the observation deck on the 6th floor offers a panoramic view of the cityscape and the elegant Swan River.
Visit the Art Gallery of Western Australia
Located at a stone’s throw away from the nearest railway station in the Perth Culture Centre, the Art Gallery of Western Australia exhibits a massive collection of Australian and international art from the early 1800s.
Apart from an expansive collection of indigenous and contemporary artwork from eminent artists like Frederick McCubbin and Hans Heysen, the exhibit includes notable works from the Indian Ocean Rim. While entry is free, visitors can donate if they please.
Get Ready for a Thrilling Summer Escapade in Cannington
Western Australia is home to several exciting adventures, and Cannington lies in the heart of the action. If you’re after conventional thrills, the beaches and trails around Cannington won’t disappoint. However, if you’re looking to take the unconventional route, there is no replacement for an escape room Cannington!