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Popular Attractions in Western Australia

If you're a first time visitor to Western Australia, you might prefer a more touristy area, but if you're a solo traveler, a local neighborhood could be more interesting. Some areas have lots of things to do within walking distance, but it may be more expensive. To give you a starting point for your trip research, we looked at what people say about attractions in Western Australia.

What are some good attractions in Western Australia?

Here are some of the most recommended attractions in Western Australia.

Pike Place Market
85 Pike St Seattle, WA (206) 682-7453
Space Needle
400 Broad Street Seattle, WA (206) 404-4221
Experience Music Project
325 5th Ave N Seattle, WA (206) 367-5483
Seattle Center
305 Harrison St Seattle, WA
Olympic Sculpture Park
2901 Western Avenue Seattle, WA (206) 654-3100
Seattle Art Museum
1300 1st Ave Seattle, WA (206) 654-3100
Pioneer Square
119 1st Ave S Seattle, WA (206) 667-0687
Discovery Park
3801 Discovery Park Blvd Seattle, WA (206) 386-4236
Seattle Aquarium
1483 Alaskan Way Seattle, WA (206) 386-4300
Chihuly Garden and Glass
305 Harrison Street Seattle, WA (206) 753-4940
Gas Works Park
2101 N Northlake Way Seattle, WA (206) 684-4075
Mount Rainier
Pierce County, WA
Alki Beach Park
1702 Alki Avenue Southwest Seattle, WA (206) 684-4075
Pacific Science Center
200 Second Avenue North Seattle, WA (206) 443-2001
Seattle Gum Wall
Post Alley King, WA (206) 587-2414

Here's what Trippy members had to say about attractions:

"There are street cars, the Seattle Aquarium & then you gotta walk thise stairs back to the Monorail!"  See More

"Stop in Seattle and see the Space Needle and Pike Place Market to watch the fish mongers in action."  See More

"it goes around Lake Washington and you can go to Ballard (Hiram M Chittenden) Locks (see the locks), University of Washington, and Gas Works Park."  See More

"I am sure you have your plans while in the cities, but while in Seattle I recommend the Chihuly Garden and Glass, Olympic Sculpture Park, Pioneer Square and of course the Pike Place Market."  See More

"Pioneer Square (dinner at Wild Ginger and show at The Triple Door"  See More

"For a great day hike in the city, check out Discovery Park - Gorgeous any time of year."  See More

"Go to Mount Rainier taking Maple Valley which is the scenic route."  See More

"Hang out at Alki Beach Park for the West Seattle experience -- it's a real beach, if you've never been!"  See More

"Also, the Pacific Science Center isn't free but it's $20 per adult for general admission and you could probably find some coupons."  See More

"And don't forget the Seattle Gum Wall."  See More

Mentioned in this answer:
  1. Pike Place Market
  2. Space Needle
  3. Experience Music Project
  4. Seattle Center
  5. Olympic Sculpture Park
  6. Seattle Art Museum
  7. Pioneer Square
  8. Discovery Park
  9. Seattle Aquarium
  10. Chihuly Garden and Glass
  11. Gas Works Park
  12. Mount Rainier
  13. Alki Beach Park
  14. Pacific Science Center
  15. Seattle Gum Wall
Where can I find out more about Western Australia?

This page is just a starting point, to really get personalized advice from locals and experienced travelers, post a question on Trippy! You can start by browsing the questions other people have asked about Western Australia.

If you've changed your mind and decided to go somewhere else, go to the main page and explore where to stay in any city.

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