Easily walk out of the hotel, and you can take a bus across the Swan River on either side of the bridge. There are various birds, kangaroos and some monuments on the island. From this island you can see the beauty of Perth city. Kangaroos sleep during the day, but start to become active after sunset.
At this moment, comment on the spot. Googlemaps didn’t know the way, and took me a few big circles to find the right exit... This will save us almost beautiful tourists. The children are very happy to float in the water. I haven’t seen a kangaroo so far. Look for the baby. There is a cool breeze on the island in the hot summer, so it's so comfortable. Come and sleep here at this time, haha
Heirisson Island is located in East Perth. It is an artificial island on the Swan River, connected by a causeway bridge to the north and the south. There is a fenced area in the park where you can find wild kangaroos. The feature here is that kangaroos are wild and no tickets are required.
You can easily walk out from the Swan River B&B. You can take a bus across the Swan River on either side of the bridge.
Bus: 37, 38, 39, 40, 70, 72, 75, 104, 105, 106, 170, 176, 177, 179, 210, 211, 212, 220, 282, 286, 293, 298, 299, etc. Get off at Victoria Park station.
Sunset is the most suitable time to see kangaroos on the island. Kangaroos usually come out for food at this time.
The kangaroos rarely paid attention to our camera.
And let us take pictures with him.
There is a lake on the island, and there are many big birds inhabiting, and the birds are foraging on the lake in groups.
Wild kangaroos and (PERTH) city scenery are in the same frame, not many places can have them.
This island is right in the middle of the Swan River and it's a real haven for wildlife. It's a small, compact island, but being so close to the city it's a surprise to see so many animals roaming free, including - if you visit at dusk or dawn - a small population of kangaroos.
I didn't expect that in the city of Perth, there is still such an almost wild place with wild kangaroos. Two bridges connect the island from the south and the north, and also connect South Perth and East Perth. The bus got off at Victoria Park Station and walked 100 meters north from this big station, and then we set foot on this Kangaroo Island, where there are almost no tourists to see. Going a little further, you will see an iron fenced door with no lock, just a switch buckle. When you open it, you will enter. There is a sign on the door, to the effect that if the door is not closed, the kangaroo will run into the street. These kangaroos are not afraid of people, you visit you, they stay with them, there are no traces of trimming around, they are very original, and it is estimated that these kangaroos are very suitable here. Kangaroo Island in Perth is impressive!