Perth treasure hunt and city tour
Perth treasure hunt and city tour was created to offer you the best way to explore an amazing city.
3000 hours of sunshine a year, friendly people, lots of attractions and great food !
Visit over 1500 species of animals at the Perth Zoo and have a great walk and explore the city center.
Our game is a nice way to explore the city’s most important attractions playing and learning!
Explore Perth, playing our treasure hunt and city tour with your smartphone!
We created the best walk of the city ! You can start playing anytime and every day, without bookings. Just buy and play!
Using our mobile app, you will receive riddles , navigation and information and you will move from one attraction to the other!
For the hard riddles, an automatic help system will help you move on!
Perth scavenger hunt is a really fun and unique activity for the riddle lovers!
Take photos, discover hidden gems and streets and unlock the city!
Suitable for families, friends, couples, companies and escape game lovers!
- Cost: Each game costs 35 dollars (per group), up to 4-5 players.
- Average duration: 1.5 hours including total walking time of 45 minutes.
- Supported languages: English, German, Chinese
- Museum admission fees: Visits to museums and other attractions do not require a ticket. The puzzles are related to
their outdoor areas. Admission is purely your choice.
Perth treasure hunt and city tour begins at Spanda
You will visit:
- The Bell Tower
- St George’s Anglican Cathedral
- Perth Town Hall
- RPH Museum
- Saint Mary’s Cathedral
- The Perth Mint
- Queens Gardens, and more…
1.Spanda – starting point of Perth treasure hunt
Spanda is a public art work made of carbon fibre and designed by Australian born artist Christian de Vietri. It is located at Elizabeth Quay . It was installed in January 2016. The sculpture is elegant, abstract, and minimalist, giving the impression of an ever-expanding vibrational pattern. It has been described as a celebration of the “union of the individual with the universal”.
2.The Bell Tower
The Swan Bells are a set of 18 bells hanging in a specially built 82.5-metre-high (271 ft) copper and glass campanile in Perth. The tower is commonly known as The Bell Tower or the Swan Bell Tower.
Taking their name from the Swan River, which their tower overlooks, and forming a sixteen-bell peal with two extra chromatic notes, they are the second largest set of change ringing bells in the world.
3.Perth Town Hall
Perth Town Hall is a beautifully restored heritage venue suitable for banquets, theatre-style and cocktail events, festivals or exhibitions. A major restoration has equipped the venue with a lighted stage, modern prep kitchen, new sound and projection systems and climate control.
4.The Perth Mint
The Perth Mint is Australia’s official bullion mint and wholly owned by the Government of Western Australia. Established on 20 June 1899, two years before Australia’s Federation in 1901, The Perth Mint was the last of three Australian colonial branches of the United Kingdom’s Royal Mint intended to refine gold from the gold rushes and to mint gold sovereigns and half-sovereigns for the British Empire. Along with the Royal Australian Mint, which produces coins of the Australian dollar for circulation, The Perth Mint is the older of the two mints issuing coins that are legal tender in Australia.
5.Queens Gardens – ending point of Perth treasure hunt
Queens Gardens, Perth, is a 3.3-hectare park on a former brickworks and clay pit site in the eastern end of the Perth central business district. The park is bounded by Hay Street to the south, Plain Street to the west, Nelson Crescent to the north, and Hale Street to the east, which separates it from the WACA Ground. A great park to explore and have a great and peacefull walk!