Our Perth map can help you familiarize yourself with the capital and largest city of the Western Australia state.
You’ll find a road map, things to do list, and places of interest map so you know where to visit.
Please feel free to download and print out our Perth map collection. They are free to use for discovering Perth, Australia.
Perth map collection
Interactive Map of Perth
In this interactive map, you’ll find all the latest information on Perth. Whether you want to find traffic conditions, restaurants, or shopping districts, use this interactive map. It’s ideal for planning your day or finding the location of the best hotel in the city.
Perth Road Map
Want to find the best route in Perth? Our road map displays highway numbers and street names in a single printable map. You’ll be able to get from point A to B by following the directions on our road map of Perth.
Highways/Motorways: 1, 2, 3, 4, 6, 7, 12, 13, 14, 18, 19, 21, 22, 27, 31, 36, 40, 41, 51, 52, 53, 61, 65, 71, 72, 81, 85, Kwinana Freeway, Mitchell Freeway, Roe Highway, Tonkin Highway, Graham Farmer Freeway, Reid Highway
Major Roads: Nicholson Road, Hepburn Avenue, Alexander Drive, Safety Bay Road, Pinjarra Road, North Lake Road, Beach Road, Ranford Road, Ocean Reef Road, Joondalup Drive, Warton Road, Warnbro Sound Avenue, Mirrabooka Avenue, Marmion Street, Kalamunda Road, Scarborough Beach Road, Manning Road, Whitfords Avenue, Warwick Road, Marangaroo Drive, Lake Road, High Road, Benara Road, Morrison Road, William Street, Read Street, Karel Avenue, Beaufort Street, Gnangara Road
10 Things To Do in Perth
Topping our list of things to do in Perth is the peaceful Kings Park and Botanic Gardens. We chose it because it’s the perfect spot to relax along Swan River and it’s the biggest city central park in the world. But if you’re looking to enjoy waterside entertainment, you can try the boat and ferry tours at either Elizabeth Quay or Hillarys Boat Harbour. Otherwise, there are still plenty of activities for family fun like the Mint, Perth Zoo, or Bell Tower.
Perth is the fourth-most populous city in Australia (after Brisbane, Melbourne, and Sydney) and is the capital city of the state of Western Australia. Here’s a list of the top 10 things to do in Perth.
- Kings Park and Botanic Gardens
- Elizabeth Quay
- Fremantle Markets
- Hillarys Boat Harbour
- Perth Zoo
- The Pinnacles Desert
- WA Museum Boola Bardip
- Perth Mint
- The Bell Tower
- Art Gallery of Western Australia
Perth Reference Map
Use this printable reference map to learn about all the populated communities and points of interest in Perth. It includes suburbs, villages, and towns so you can get your bearings, no matter where you are in the city.
Airports: Perth International Airport
Water and Islands: Indian Ocean, Rottnest Island, Garden Island, Collins Pool
Parks: Avon Valley National Park, Serpentine National Park, Helena National Park, Kings Park, Hammond Park, Shenton Park, Mosman Park
Communities: Langford, Huntingdale, Thornlie, Gosnells, Melville, Fremantle, Coogee, Henderson, Leederville, Winthrop, Warwick, Cullacabardee, Malaga, Hilbert, Armadale, Roleystone, Beckenham, Jandakot, Medina, Peron, Cardup, Bedfordale, Wanneroo, Clarkson, Mandurah, Erskine, Oakford, Hilbert