Combine your bus ticket with a visit to the Bell Tower. Experience the sound and spectacle of one of the most historic rings in the world and enjoy a behind the scenes look at our bell ringing chamber - you might even get a chance to chime one of the famous bells yourself. The Bell Tower is the only place in the world where you can view bell ringing in action. Enjoy fabulous views of the city and river from the top deck
Stop 1 – Jump off the bus here and visit the Bell Tower, one of the largest instruments on earth. Overlooking the picturesque Swan River, enjoy magnificent views from the observation deck of the city, river and Elizabeth Quay. Enjoy behind the scenes view of the magnificent bell ringing chamber. The Bell Tower is the only place in the world where you can view bell ringing in action! Have a go with at an interactive Bell Chiming Experience where you can try the art of bell ringing yourself with an experienced tour guide. Learn about the history of the Bell Tower and the historic royal bells. Marvel at the stunning views of the Swan River and Perth City from the observation deck. A must do for any visitor to Perth.
Enjoy the best sights of Perth & Kings Park on top of an iconic open top double decker bus. No other tour vehicle can offer such a bird’seye view of all the top attractions. Enjoy a full commentary as our experienced and professional drivers take you on a tour of our beautiful city and park.
The tour includes Kings Park, Northbridge, Crown Perth, Optus Stadium, Bell Tower, city shopping malls, The Mint, The Art Gallery and discount shopping at Watertown. Your ticket is valid for 48 hours from the time you first board and includes a tour around Kings Park.
Use the hop on hop off facility if you wish.
This package tour runs 6 days a week as the Bell Tower closes on Sundays. Buses come round every hour. Jump on board the bus at any of the stops, at any of the times.
Your ticket includes a 48 hr bus ticket and entry into the Bell Tower
This tour does not operate on Christmas Day, Australia Day (26th January) and ANZAC Day (25th April) and Sundays