Things to do in Perth for fun that has wheelchair accessibility with your lightweight folding power wheelchair.

There are plenty of great activities and attractions in Perth for you to do when you have a portable power wheelchair because all you have to do is fold it, pop it into the boot of your car and off you go. 

Even if you’re not confident in driving in, just put your EagleHD or Dinkum Navigator into the boot, drive to the traino and catch a train in. Accessability is much better nowadays and most places are finally coming around.

No matter what time of year you visit, there’s always something happening for you and a good reason why you should visit.

Check out these fun wheelchair accessible activities located with easy access to Perth train stations and metro areas.

Elizabeth Quay

This beautiful riverfront area is the perfect for wheelchair accessibility and things to do in Perth during day or night, with cafés, restaurants and activities to enjoy. Go across the meandering relaxing bridge. Elizabeth Quay also boasts a variety of different sculptures and artworks, including traditional Indigenous art. Things to do in Perth No. two below

Elizabet Quay, Perth. ref.mra


London Court on Hay

Not far from Elizabeth Quay is the romantic feeling of London Court with it’s weird and wonderful shops and quaint cafes to enjoy some people watching or simply shop!..



The Art Gallery of WA

The Art Gallery of WA is a relaxed and interesting attraction to visit. It’s also home to the State art collection which  includes one of the worlds’ finest collections of Indigenous art. Things to do in Perth number four below.

Perth Cultural Centre. ref. mra


Old Shanghai

More things to do in Perth and a stones throw from the train station, near the art gallery is this wonderful Asian atmosphere Hawker that is in the heart of Northbridge with several different cuisines for you to relax and sample some of what asia has to offer. You’ll feel like you’re on holiday!

Old Shanghai, Northbridge


Perth Hay & Marray St Malls

On your things to do in Perth list are the inspiring street buskers Perth has on offer. Wonderful music created by local artists.

This guy certainly loves his music!

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More fun Things to do in Perth suggestions

Don’t want to go into the city? The try these.. . Arrange the family to meet up at Whiteman Park. Whiteman Park is great to spend the day or just a few hours and put a few prawns on the barbie. Another trip for you to consider, if haven’t been there for a while, is Sorrento Beach or Hilarys Boat Harbour. Plenty of action always there with the stall markets and specialty shops. They also have a floating beach wheelchair at the family beachside, just ask the surf lifesaver about it if you’re up for a dip. The is always the mini golf on the corner of Joondalup Drive and Wanneroo road intersection. Wanneroo Botanic Golf is famed for being one of Australias largest with 36 holes. If you’re in the southern regions of Perth there is Amaze Miniature Park in Mandurah and well known for it’s cute miniature villages. The golfing there is slightly more challenging if you fancy yourself as a Tiger Woods! Nope, want something a tad more challenging then head across to The Maze Family fun Park in Bullsbrook on Neaves road. They have mini golf and an octagon shaped maze which has 21 dead-ends and guaranteed to keep you thinking whether you can make it out or not. Great place for a picnic! While you’re in Bullsbrook plan a visit to the Aviation Heritage Museum and have a look at the 28 planes they have and thousands of model aircraft. A person that is even slightly interested in planes will feel that they learned something.     If you’re thinking of foldability, safe and travel friendly lightweight power wheelchairs then call un on 1300 884 975 for a friendly chat to see how we can help you. NDIS and my aged care approved

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