Bours' iconic building so definitely worth going! Not too high, stylish like swans and also called the Swan Bell Tower because it is located on the side of the Swan River. There is a bell cast in England inside.
It is definitely worth going, with a very unique style of the bell tower, which resembles a swan, of course the name is "Swan Bell Tower" because it is located on the side of the Swan River, which is a landmark of Burs.
The tower of Perth's swan is like a giant swan with its head up in the sky. The building is very creative and it is also Perth's iconic building. Every night, the lighthouse emits brilliant colors, illuminating the night sky of Perth, very beautiful.
The second iconic after The Kings Park. The Bell Tower or The Swan Bells. "Must see" if you in Perth. 18 bells will ring every 15 minutes. You also can put your love lock near the tower. Awesome
Very nice scnery at the tower. Recommend to go up the tower for some bells ringing. Not mistaken 30 dollars per person. Can learn the history of the tower and bells
An unusual unique landmark monument created to house some horribly noisy bells gifted from another country. It all holds some historic value but it's just very noisy and becomes very irratating perhaps they useful when bells were in fashion ? Plenty to see nearby on the river new Marina this is a landmark for a photo only
The Swan Bell Tower is an iconic attraction in Perth, located on the Swan River, open daily from 10am, to get up to the tower, 9 Australian dollars entrance fee, up to 6th floor, 6th floor overlooking the city of Perth, take the elevator up to 6th floor and walk down, There is an introduction to the bell tower on the 4th and 2nd floors. The introduction to the bell on the 4th floor mentions China, the earliest copper bell was made in China more than 3900 years ago. Anyone who comes to Perth must visit the Swan Bell Tower. The bells from the tower can be heard at night in the hotel I stayed.