Springtime is a great time to experience Perth's many attractions without the crowds of summer.
The flowers are all in bloom, the spring rains have washed away winter, the town is fresh and clean. From beautiful parklands, to the surrounding nature of the wildlife and conservation areas, discover the amazing history of Perth, or take a beautiful walking tour, or an interesting day trip. Perth has got lots to see and do in spring.
Perth boasts sunny weather, fresh produce, a relaxed outdoor lifestyle and plenty of things to see and do.
Festival of The Maples
The Festival of the Maples is held on the last Saturday in April each spring. Tens of thousands of visitors come to Perth for maple syrup, maple products, family fun and entertainment.
The Farmer's Market in Perth opens in May with springtime flowers, produce, crafts, entertainment and more. There are between 30 and 45 Vendors. Saturday: 8am to 1pm at the Crystal Palace in the Tay Basin, across from the Town Hall. Open, rain or shine from May to October.
The last saturday in June, thousands flock to Perth for the Annual Kilt Run. The Kilt Run is an OFFICIAL Guinness World Record holder, setting a new record year after year as people come from far and wide to participate,
Stewart Park is a lovely park graced with mature shade trees and convenient picnic tables. This beautiful park has many large trees and is surrounded by the Tay River, making it on an island.
A life-sized statue of Olympian, Ian Millar (aka Captain Canada) and his horse, Big Ben, in mid-leap, graces the grassy expanse. You might even chance a glimpse of one of the resident dark squirrels with white tails.
In the summer the Park is home to the Stewart Park Music Festival (2nd. last weekend in July).
"Please watch your children around water."
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