With the verges lined with brilliant wildflowers that signal the promise of warmer days ahead, there’s no better time to get out and explore your City!
It’s also never been easier to get around our streets, thanks in large part to a range of recently installed new foot and cycle pathways like the Winthrop Avenue shared path between Stirling Highway and Aberdare Road.
This pristine new stretch provides a key link for Perth’s cycling and running networks, linking users from UWA to the QEII hospital precinct.
The safe and scenic pathway will soon stretch on along the West Perth boundary of Kings Park, with another shared path in the works that will connect our community through to central Perth!
We’re also improving the inner-city streets, with the Trinity Shared Path upgrade completed in East Perth last year – if you’re in the area make sure you check out the Trinity College Mural depicting three students that represent Trinity’s past, present and future. It’s just one of a growing collection of #streetartperthwa
Zipping about town has taken on a whole new meaning since the advent of our E-scooter Share Scheme. Grab a scooter, don a helmet, and make the most of the sunnier days by reaching more of your favourite sites without breaking a sweat.
The City’s constantly working on better ways to get around town, including the much-anticipated Roe Street Enhancement Project which forms part of the Perth City Deal. The works on Roe Street are making the busy Northbridge street safer for cyclists and pedestrians, and easing congestion in the process.
Whatever your mode of transport, there’s no better time to get out on the streets and Spring into the City!
Don’t forget – For anyone visiting by car, City-managed CPP Parking is a cheaper way to stay in the city for longer.
There’s also three-hour free parking on weekends and public holidays at some of our most popular car parks near the Murray and Hay Street Malls.
Check out the website to learn more about how you can save in the City.
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