Explore The City of Stirling

The City of Stirling is an exciting hub of activity with many things to see and do, just 10 minutes north of the Perth CBD. The City is famous for its beautiful beaches and glorious sunsets and Scarborough and Trigg are renowned as Perth’s most popular surfing spots. Mettams Pool, North Beach and Watermans Bay offer crystal clear waters ideal for swimming and snorkelling, and all beaches are connected with easy pedestrian and cycle paths.

The Scarborough foreshore is a vibrant stretch of coastline featuring promenades, playgrounds, a climbing wall, amphitheatre and a world class skate bowl. It boasts Western Australia’s only beachside pool which is geothermally heated so it can be enjoyed all year round.

When it comes to accommodation, there are plenty of options to suit every budget in Scarborough alone, ranging from backpacker hostels to luxury hotels overlooking the Indian Ocean. Alternatives include Karrinyup Waters Resort for cabins and camping and Quest Innaloo if you want easy access to Perth, the freeway and northern suburbs for your competitions.

Pristine parks and reserves, including Lake Gwelup, Herdsman Lake, Trigg Bushland and Star Swamp, offer walking and cycle paths and a variety of sport and leisure activities that can be enjoyed all year round.

There are many entertainment options available throughout the City, with an array of bars, cafés and restaurants offering a diverse range of dishes and cuisines. Particular highlights include the Scarborough Beach foreshore and Beaufort Street running through Mount Lawley and Inglewood.

For more information visit www.stirling.wa.gov.au/business-and-tourism/tourism

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