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Exploring Swan Bells Belltower

The Swan Bell Tower is one of Perth's main tourist attractions. The Swan Bell Tower is situated on the Barrack St. Jetty, overlooking the Swan River and the entire city skyline. The Swan Bell Tower began construction in November 1999 and completed work in 2001. The Swan Bell Tower is 82.5 metres tall and contains twelve bells of St. Martin-in-the-Fields from the 14th Century and which were recast in the 16th Century by Queen Elizabeth I.

Accommodations near Swan Bells Belltower

A city break in Perth ranges from high class hotels that line the Swan River to boutique joints in the inner city suburbs. With a variety of attractions, from the white sandy beaches to the rolling hills and vineyards, there is accommodation to fit all themes, tastes and budgets. Recommended accommodation in Perth include the Pensione Hotel Perth, Seasons Of Perth and The New Esplanade Hotel .

Sightseeing near Swan Bells Belltower

- Supreme Court Gardens

This is Perth's oldest garden which opened in 1845 as a botanical garden. Supreme Court Gardens in Perth incorporates a large area which originally was the Stirling Gardens which was later transformed into a larger botanical garden. Some major highlights of the park are the events like the opera in the park and carols by candlelight in the summer months. Another notable part in the Supreme Court Gardens is the kangaroo sculptures and the water feature in the Stirling Gardens.

- St. George's Cathedral

St George’s Cathedral is the mother church of the Diocese of Perth. The Cathedral’s life of worship, teaching and engagement with the wider City of Perth is a vital part of the life of the whole Church. Built in 1888 the cathedral replaced an earlier building immediately to the north-east of the present one. The cathedral is described as Gothic Revival and is made from local handmade clay bricks from Queen's Gardens and Victorian blue stone pillars.

Transportation near Swan Bells Belltower

Buses, trains, and ferries are operated by Transperth, the capital city’s public transportation authority. The downtown area is a free transit zone, meaning locals and tourists alike can catch Central Area Transit (CAT) buses without charge. However, prices for bus tickets to other areas, like Fremantle, South Perth, and West Perth, are reasonable. The train is another great way to explore Perth’s metropolitan area. New northern and southern rail routes now make it easier than ever before to travel to all corners of the city.

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