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Elizabeth Quay Perth


Elizabeth Quay features a stunning 2.7ha inlet connected by 1.5km of continuous boardwalks and promenades, situated next to the Swan River. This landmark waterfront development reconnects Perth city with the Swan River to create a dynamic new entertainment and leisure precinct.



All images above are used by courtesy of Garry Norris Photography and Tourism Western Australia.

Elizabeth Quays provides new opportunities for visitors to dine, relax and be entertained by the Swan River. Enjoy a drink or a bite to eat by the water or bring the family into the city for some free fun and entertainment.

Places and Attractions
- Barrack Street Jetty
Barrack Street Jetty is a popular spot for locals and visitors to explore the Bell Tower, go on a river cruise, or enjoy restaurants, cafes and family attractions.
- BHP Billiton Water Park
The park includes amphitheater style decking, a range of dining options and an interactive water feature which covers over 470sqm.
- The Island
The Island and the 20-metre high suspension bridge linking to it, offers stunning views of the river and city. The family-friendly island offers relaxed dining and refreshment opportunities.
- The Promenade
The split-level promenade features a pedestrian area on the upper level with casual space at the lower level. A ribbon of trees and large umbrellas provides shaded places for visitors, shoppers and alfresco diners to relax and enjoy the inlet views.
- The Inlet
Public jetties on both sides of The Inlet host 24 short stay berths and can be used for special events such as boat shows or marine events.

Adding to the permanent attractions of Elizabeth Quay is an array of limited time only events, performances and activities.


5 The Esplanade, Perth, Western Australia 6000


Elizabeth Quay is located on the edge of the picturesque Swan River, between Barrack and William streets, and is only a short stroll from Perth's CBD.

The Elizabeth Quay Train Station and Busport is located across the road from Elizabeth Quay and just 400m from Barrack Street Jetty.

Elizabeth Quay is easily accessible by public transport. Transperth CAT Buses run in the central areas of Perth and will take you directly to Barrack Street Jetty's front door - visit Transperth for more information.



It's always great to know what others think. So here's some comments from those with experience here.

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Rated by 3 guests
Aryann Heath
A really enjoyable place
A really enjoyable place, plenty to see, have a feed and a place to stay. The ferry is handy to the south Perth foreshore for the zoo and more restaurants. The free cat bus service is also available and a short walk to bus and train station. Right on The Swan River were plenty of festival etc happen. Well done Perth.

Iago Rosa
Easily become one of the most beautiful and nicest places to visit within the city, the location, structure and just entire area overall just simply put, Amazing.
Great places for photos, some nice places to eat and every now and then enjoy some pretty neat events.

Maz Murad
Beautiful area
Elizabeth Quay such a beautiful family-friendly place.
It definitely has an ambiance. Very clean and great for both morning and evening visits. Definitely a go-to for sight-seeing or even just lounging around.
Elizabeth Quay has a lot of different cafes and restaurants around. Also has a playground for kids as well as a waterpark for free fun.
During the year Elizabeth Quay holds different festivals which are great fun for food outings and usually are family-friendly.
It’s a beautiful area and definitely worth the sight and visit.