Three days in Perth means you’re lucky enough to fully experience it, especially if your itinerary includes tours that combine the sights, culture, and adventures of the city plus Western Australia’s southwest coast. Here’s how to spend a fun-filled 72 hours in Perth.
Maalinup Aboriginal Gallery
Devoted to preserving Western Australia’s Aboriginal heritage, the Maalinup Aboriginal Gallery offers a fascinating diversion to wine tasting, located at the heart of the Swan Valley wine region. Aboriginal owned and operated, the gallery pays tribute to the region’s native Wadjuck people and is crammed with art and handicrafts designed by local artists and craftsmen.
As well as viewing works by local artists like Naomi Grant, Deborah Bonar and Greg Flahey, visitors can also learn more about Aboriginal culture by enjoying Bushtucker talks and tastings; art workshops and traditional dance and didgeridoo performances. There are also plenty of opportunities to purchase hand-made or one-of-a-kind souvenirs from hand-painted glass and wood items, to homemade toiletries and artisan foods.
Open daily 10am-5pm
10070 West Swan Rd, Henley Brook , Australia, WA 6055
Maalinup Aboriginal Gallery is located on West Swan Road in Henley Brook and is open daily from 10am to 5pm. Entrance is free, but fees apply for tours and activities.
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