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A pleasant outing in East Perth, is to discover the lovey Mardalup Park and Claisebrook Cove. These gems will have you taking a light walk with pleasant water views. The area has a close proximity to Perth city, with abundant refreshment options.
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Stunning area for being so close to the city. Serene when walking along the water. Great location for a Parkrun on a Saturday morning with great organisation and a great number of Parkrun “tourists” from around the world. Nice flat area to run on (aside...More
We enjoyed an evening stroll around the inlet and over the rainbow lighted bridge with our kids. Spotted a quenda in the park. Returned the next day for breakfast. The inlet and houses offer a nice view. View out to the Optus Stadium from the...More
Today myself and 3 friends took the Little Ferry from Elizabeth Quays to Claisebrook.
The weather was beautiful, we had a lovely lunch at the Cove, what more can one ask for.
Our Captain on the ferry (Bob) was very informative, he knows so much...More
After having found this place from our Segway tour of Perth, we returned a few days later to walk this area, have lunch and admire the views. this is a hidden gem of Perth that most locals don't even know about (my Perth friends didn't)....More
This is a fantastic park for couples, family or just to get away from it all.
It's on the banks of the Swan River in East Perth and had lots of room with a expansive grassed area.
It has a terrific walking trail that runs...More
My boyfriend and I were lucky enough to live in East Perth for a year between 2015 - 2016 and I can honestly say East Perth in particular the area around Claisebrook Cove is, in my opinion, the most beautiful part of this wonderful city....More
We came to this area for dinner and had a lovely evening stroll afterwards. A number of cafes and bars line the main cove area for people to choose from. Heading towards the river are public open spaces with a nice area for picnics and...More