Four Points By Sheraton Perth
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TravelPod Member ReviewsFour Points By Sheraton Perth
Great Location with good access to the CBD and the Perth Tram system. A little bit awkward to get to when travelling by Car. Breakfast was Ok, the food in th Bar was Ok Room was Ok but quite dark. I would suspect if you were staying there during an event at the Perth Arena it would b a bit mad, however if you want somewhere to stay and you are attending a Perth Arena event this is the place.
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Well we have arrived in Australia with Perth being our first experience of life here in Australia. Looking forward to meeting up with Paul and Anne Holt, school friends of Bob's in England. We arrive Monday evening at 5.30pm and then have a day out on Tuesday with Paul and Anne
Anne and Paul picked us up at 9am, first …
On a previous trip we had been to Kings Park, but this time we decided to do it on the bikes. Our first stop was Synergy Playground, where Emerson enjoyed climbing on the various dinosaurs in the park. Next we pedalled to the new Rio Tinto Naturescape, a new addition to the park. ...
... next big stop. While snorkeling we saw lots of coral and fish, two black tipped reef sharks, and a stingray with a 1.5m diameter body. It is up there with the Great Barrier Reef but just off the beach. Shark Bay and Monkey Mia were next on our push south. While it is a bit of a circus to see the dolphins, Piper loved it and it was really worthwhile. Aside from these big things we have been free camping at a lot of roadside stops. Some have been quiet, peaceful, and ...
... recreation centre. Graeme, being the gracious host, had volunteered to again drive us across town to their meeting place, about a half hour drive. I just wanted to have a chance to relax, listen to the sound of all the happy birds, and enjoy the sunshine. The birds here are amazing, compared to home. For instance, the ravens sound so different to ravens at home, it must be their Australian accent ...
... a fabulous place to get a feel of how the Stockman evolved and the importance of them to the land in the early days. There are lots of photos with descriptions, and a few short movie presentations . It covered everything from how people survived on the land in the early days, including an area on the importance of the aborigines to the white man. The outdoor ...