Hyatt Regency Perth

99 Adelaide Terrace
Perth WA 6000

Located on the banks of the Swan River, Hyatt Regency Perth features a central location, perfect for exploring the city’s landmarks. Hyatt Regency Perth’s convenient location on Adelaide Terrace, allows you to take a moment to admire the city’s beauty in a short walk towards the CBD’s main shopping precinct, Hay Street Mall. Take advantage of our city’s stunning climate with plenty of walking and cycling tracks, as well as parks and reserves all within close proximity. Appreciate unique displays at the Art Gallery of Western Australia or discover historic sites on Perth’s City ‘Historic Tram Tour’. 

Activities & Attractions

Art Gallery of Western Australia

More than 1,000 treasures from the State’s art collection are on display at Perth’s principal public art gallery.

Fremantle Prison

Originally known as ‘The Convict Establishment’, Fremantle Prison was built by convicts in the 1850’s from limestone quarried on the site. Visitors can experience multiple tours, with guides bringing the rich folklore and stories of the prison, to life.

Maritime Museum

The Maritime Museum on Victoria Quay, Fremantle, highlights Western Australia’s fascinating maritime history, where visitors can explore a real submarine and much more!

Perth Cultural Centre

Experience contributors to the arts and culture scene of Perth, including the Western Australian Museum, the Art Gallery of Western Australia and many more.

Garden City Shopping Centre

Located just 15 minutes out of Perth CBD, Garden City Shopping Centre boasts over 230 stores with a selection of great cafes and eateries.

Fremantle Markets

An authentic piece of Western Australian history, The Fremantle Markets have over 150 market stalls selling everything from local produce to antiques.

Hay Street Mall

Perth’s major shopping mall featuring hundreds of diverse stores from designer fashion and local boutiques, to major department stores and eateries.

Hyde Park

Located only two kilometres outside of Perth’s CBD, Hyde Park houses a unique arrange of flora and fauna, originating from its wetlands origin. Hyde Park is also home to Perth’s longest running free community event, the annual Hyde Park Fair.

Cottesloe Beach

With white sand and turquoise water, Cottesloe Beach is one of Perth’s most popular and well known beaches. With an array of restaurants and bars, Cottlesloe is just as impressive come nighttime.

Kings Park and Botanic Garden

Spanning an impressive four square kilometres on the western edge of Perth’s CBD, Kings Park boasts an array of over three thousand species of natural flora, playgrounds and ideal picnic locations.

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Julie Jerbic