Hire a Car in Perth Osbourne Park
rental period: 7 days
Car rentals recommended for you
Hybrid / Electric cars
Toyota Camry HybridTouring
US$ 140.72 /day
Toyota RAV4 HybridSUVs
US$ 112.53 /day
Toyota RAV4 HybridSUVs
US$ 112.62 /day
Map of Perth Osbourne Park car hire points
Places to visit in Perth
Elizabeth Quay is an exciting new waterfront precinct on the banks of the Swan River. The place to see and be seen in Perth. Here you’ll find the island playground, the BHP Billiton Water Park, public artwork, promenades, open spaces and a range of bars and restaurants. Easily accessible by public transport, a short walk from the Elizabeth Quay Train and Bus Port, the Transperth Ferry terminal is located in the inlet and the free blue CAT bus stops near the Bell Tower.
Perth Zoo is a WA icon filled with lush gardens and naturalistic exhibits that are home to 1,300 animals from around the world. Perth Zoo offers you the chance to see quirky creatures such as the numbat – our insect-eating marsupial – along with many other animals. In nearby Swan Valley, at Caversham Wildlife Park, visitors get close to Australian wildlife and farm animals. Take a dive under the Indian Ocean waves, visiting the Aquarium of Western Australia, where kids will love the sharks and rays, and the chance to touch a starfish.
The Perth Mint is Australia’s oldest operating mint and one of Perth’s premier tourist destinations. Within its world-class exhibition halls, the history of Western Australian gold, and The Perth Mint, come to life - giving visitors the opportunity to experience the magic of gold. Be captivated by a traditional gold pour in the Mint’s original 1899 melting house, and marvel at the Guinness World Record holding largest coin weighing one tonne of pure gold - valued at more than $70 million. Handle more than $700,000 worth of gold bullion and marvel at precious metal coins being minted before your eyes.
Art Gallery of Western Australia
Situated in the heart of the Perth Cultural Centre, the Art Gallery of Western Australia (AGWA) is the home of visual arts in WA. Housed in an internationally renowned Brutalist building, AGWA has an impressive collection of artworks by Indigenous and Western Australian artists, alongside works from around the world. The View From Here captures the perspectives of a diverse group of artists, from the state’s renowned and iconic western desert and Kimberley artists, to emerging artists—many from non-traditional arts backgrounds—to established Western Australian artists working here and elsewhere.
The Bell Tower
One of the world’s largest musical instruments, The Bell Tower houses the Swan Bells in a distinctive 82.5 metre-high tower located in Barrack Square. Come and hear the the bells and see the ringers in action - performing their ancient craft. Then head up to the observation deck at the top of the Tower to see 360 degree views of the Swan River and the CBD. Visitors can also enjoy state-of-the-art audio visual screens through-out the Tower which project images from 16 cameras focused on the bell room and bells.
Play all day on Perth beaches, from a morning swim to a sizzling Indian Ocean sunset! There’s 80 kilometres of sun, sea and sand to be enjoyed on Perth’s coastline. Here are four of its finest beaches you can easily visit inside a day. But, of course, you may just decide to spend the entire day relaxing, playing and soaking up the vibes at one coastal spot. It’s your day to do as you please.