Perth CBD isn’t big and you can walk from one end of the pedestrian walkway to the other within minutes. Most stores are located here and normally closes at 9 p.m. on Fridays. Otherwise, most store closes at 5 p.m. on other days. Morning scenes are like any other city, but at night, Perth CBD transforms into a lighted ‘fairyland’. At Elizabeth Quay, you’ll get beautiful night scene of Perth.
Night scene, Perth CBD
Perth Underground at one end of Murray Street Mall (pedestrian walkway).
Murray Street Mall at night.
Another section of Murray Street Mall.
Percy Button (street entertainer) statue at Hay Street Mall (pedestrian walkway).
The deserted London Court at night.
The English styled facade at London Court.
Swan Bells or commonly known as the Bell Tower as seen from Barrack street.
Colourful fountain in-front of the Bell Tower.
Bell Tower from Barrack Jetty.
Perth CBD from Barrack Jetty.
Colourful reflections of Perth CBD onto the waters of Elizabeth Quay.
Night scene, Perth
If you want pictures of the CDB across River Swan, you need to take the ferry at Elizabeth Quay and cross over to South Perth. The return ticket if used within 2 hours cost $3. The ride is about 10 minutes and worth the kind of shots you’ll get from South Perth.
Ferry ticket machine.
Interior of the ferry. We were the only two passengers on board at 8:20 p.m.
Perth CBD across river Swan. The moon is up.
South Perth is where you want to be for this kind of shot.
Gives a romantic feeling as you adorn the flickering lights on the waters of the Swan river.
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