Lonely Planet, CNN, Travel+Leisure and Vogue have singled out Perth and Western Australia as one of the world’s must visit destinations in 2017.
Perth has some of the best beaches in the world, hosts one of the most amazing sunsets and its city appears to be flourishing with new bars and restaurants alongside future developments on parklands.
Colin Barnett Premier and Tourism Minister said the recognition was pleasing.
“Our city has transformed with unprecedented levels of public and private investment including the opening of Elizabeth Quay on the Swan River, more than 4,000 new hotel rooms either opened or in the pipeline, hundreds of new bars and restaurants and a vibrant cultural and sporting events scene.
“With the recent announcement of non-stop Qantas flights between Perth and London, and the 60,000 seat Perth Stadium nearing completion with State of Origin and Bledisloe Cup matches already locked in for 2019, things are only going to continue to heat up,” said Premier Barnett.
Rottnest Island and a new tented eco retreat were highlighted by Lonely Planet whilst Vogue Magazine said The Ningaloo World Heritage region is on par with the famous Great Barrier Reef. The Margaret River, Cape to Cape track and Boranup Karri Forest also were marked as top areas in WA to visit.
Wildflower at COMO was voted one of the world’s must visit restaurants in 2017 by CNN’s Travle. and the US Travle magazine ‘Travel+Leisure’ said Perth is “one of the most remote cities on earth, but that hasn’t stopped the capital of Western Australia from becoming a dining hot spot.” The magazine singled out and highlighted Odyssea at City Beach, Reveley and Isle of Voyage at Elizabeth Quay, and the Waiting Room, the cocktail bar in the Crown Towers hotel.
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