Known for being the sunniest city in the world, Western Australia’s Perth is also an isolated city that is surrounded by sandy beach lines, botanic garden and huge Riverside Park. Despite being the farthest city in Australia, it’s the fourth most populous city after Sydney, Melbourne and Brisbane in the country.
Couples who are up for the same-sex marriage are already allowed by law just in 2017. All other rights including that of adoption have already been granted to partners as well.
Without further ado, here’s what Perth has to offer to partners in terms of experience and dating:
Aiming for a weekend getaway on a better scale? Then pay a visit at the Kings Park and Botanical Garden, couples who are both nature lovers would enjoy the biggest inner-city park. The Botanical garden is also home to more than 3,000 species of flora. More than that, they have a good reputation on scientific research and preservation of natural assets.
Take memorable pictures with your transsexual partner here. It will help ease the pain of having long distance relationship because when you look back to the day you spent there, you’ll only remember the good times.
Wildlife, summer outdoor market, cycling, local produce, concerts, picnics, arts and a whole lot more, these are just a few of what the Swan Valley has to offer. Families, friends and couples are invited to delight in nature’s bounty through their activities and even rejuvenate in top notch health and beauty spas. It’s a sure thing that if you will bring your transwoman partner here, she will enjoy everything that the place could offer.
Another area to explore more on nature is the Caversham Wildlife Park; they have farm shows every day and interactive experience with the animals in their very own Australian Homestead Arena. Visitors could also feed the Kangaroos and penguins and even meet Koalas!
It is time for you and your transgender partner to feel like a kid again!
Outdoor activity is what this area has to offer. From extreme sports to calm activities, they say this marine park is the most fabulous spot to do it. They offer lessons for sea kayaking, kiteboarding and canoeing from beginner to advance levels. If you and your transgender partner are both fans of the ocean, then it is highly recommended to visit this spot and have fun under the sun! They also offer cruise rides to see dolphins. It is advised that visitors come early on this tourist spot as it is best enjoyed during the day.
If you are both penguin lovers, this is the place to be!
To reach Penguin Island, you need to go for a five minute ferry ride from the coast of Shoalwater. Before reaching the island itself, you can already see the wild dolphins and rare Australian sea lions through the cruise ride. There are allotted schedules for penguin feeding and leisure time for other activities. You can do snorkeling, picnic and check on the nature trains within the island.
To end your lovely vacation, visit the Swan Bells located in Barrack Square Riverside Drive. You can put up your love locks which is one of the sweetest things we see on dramas. It is a promise to your transsexual partner that no matter what happens, you will always be together.
This is also a place for good food, events and functions! Who doesn’t want to end a vacation with a wine toast?
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