Visit the Art Gallery of WA

The Art Gallery of Western Australia is home to more than 17,500 works comprising of works dating from 1700s to today. One of the Collection key strengths is its pre-eminent holdings of Western Australian Indigenous and non-indigenous art. Every year, an exhibition called “Pulse Perspectives” (previously known as Year 12 Perspectives) showcases works from Year 12 students who graduated the previous year. The Gallery is free to visit from Wednesday to Monday, but visitors are asked to make a voluntary donation upon entering.  

Go on a coffee, culture and art tour

The tour experts at Two Feet and a Heartbeat have the ultimate Perth walking tour, complete with art, culture and history. Start your day in the city with a coffee, and then follow your tour-guide to discover hidden art, laneways, secret gardens and learn about the local history while exploring the city. You also get to see the heritage precinct of Perth, the old theatre district and educational precincts, and then finish up with food at Elizabeth Quay overlooking the iconic Swan River.