Herrison Island Heirisson island is an artificial island on the Swan River in East Perth. It connects the north and south land by a causeway bridge. There is a fenced area in the park where you can find wild kangaroos. The feature here is that kangaroos are wild and don't have tickets. From the Swan River residential quarters can easily walk out, on the side of the bridge can take a bus across the Swan River. Traffic Tips : Bus : 37, 38, 39, 40, 70, 72, 75, 104, 105, 106, 170, 176, 177, 179, 210, 211, 212, 220, 282, 286, 293, 298, 299 and other routes get off at Victoria Park. The sunset is the best time to see kangaroos on the island. Kangaroos usually come out to look for food at this time. Kangaroos seldom pay attention to our shots. And let's take pictures with him. There is a lake on the island. There are also many big birds living in it. Birds hunt in groups on the lake. Wild kangaroos and (PERTH) city scenery in the same frame, not many places can have.
Easy walking from the hotel, you can take a bus across the Swan River on the side of the bridge. There are all kinds of birds, kangaroos and some monuments on the island. From this island you can see the beautiful scenery of Perth. Kangaroos sleep during the day, but become active after sunset.
Super beautiful, kangaroos are so cute. A place I like very much.
At this moment, comment on the spot. Googlemaps did not know the way and took me around several big circles to find the right exit. This would be a tourist besides us who were almost beautiful. The babies were happy to float in the water. So far, they had not seen kangaroos, so they would let the babies look for them later. It's so comfortable to have a cool breeze on the island in hot summer. Come camping here, haha
I didn't expect that there was such a wilderness area in Perth, and wild kangaroos. The two bridges connect the island from the South and from the north, as well as South Perth and East Perth. The bus got off at Victoria Park Station, walked 100 metres north from the station, and stepped on Kangaroo Island, where few tourists could be seen. Walking a little further, you will see an iron fence door, no lock, just a switch buckle, open it and go in, there is a sign on the door, to the effect that - "If it does not close, kangaroos will run into the street. These kangaroos are not afraid of people, you wander around, it stays with it, there are no signs of trimming around, very primitive, it is estimated that these kangaroos are very suitable for here. Perth's Kangaroo Island is impressive.