Walking the streets of Perth, Two Feet and a Heartbeat and their group of clever guides are ready to show the best perspective of life in Western Australia.
Two Feet & a Heartbeat provides the original and the best guided walking tours in Perth. Our team of passionate locals take guests on urban adventures across the city, uncovering the best stories, food, art, bars, history and culture.
Each tour is delivered in a relaxed, informative and conversational manner, designed to inform, entertain and educate. We walk into the past, present and future and give unique insights into why Perth is “the way it is”.
Two Feet & a Heartbeat is Australia’s most awarded walking tour company.
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Dine on Saint Georges Terrace in the heart of the city. Savour three courses of beautiful dishes with beverages to compliment. Enjoy a relaxed and sophisticated environment at some of the finest venues in the city prepared by Perth’s best chef’s. Treat yourself with a mouth-watering night to remember.
Over the course of the evening, in a small group, you will visit three of the finer restaurants to indulge in an entrée, main course and desert plus drinks, amongst historic settings.
While strolling between venues, you will be guided to interesting spaces to discover art, heritage buildings and stories of some influential people in Perth’s history before arriving for another course prepared by some of Perth’s best chef’s.Family Friendly
Do you have a passion for whisky or are you someone who just wants to learn more about this amazing spirit? Experience the best of Perth on this exclusive and limited World of Whiskey tour.
You will be given exclusive access to 3 of the finest venues in the Central Business District for an amazing array of whisky tastings. After a meet and greet at the General Post Office, Forrest Place, you will be guided through the city to samples of whisky and detailed history of this amazing drink.
First stop will be at Old Faithful. While here you’ll get to taste amazing Australian whiskies while you soak up the cool and hip vibe. First second will be at Perth’s newest whisky venue Varnish on King where you’ll be delighted with tastings of bourbon, rye and Tennessee whiskey. Have it neat or with still or sparkling mineral water while you munch on delicious pretzels at the bar.
Our final stop for the night will be at Como The Treasury Lounge Bar where we’ll taste delicious and complex Japanese whiskey.
Tour offered first Wednesday of each month, the tour lasts three hours.Public Toilet
Do you have an unhealthy obsession with cheese? More than cheese tasting, this is a decadent cheese adventure!
Visit Kakulas Brothers, which was established in 1929 to import cheese and other small-goods from Europe. Relax at The Flour Factory, where guests will be treated to cheese and charcuterie boards in the warm comfort of an historic 100 year old flour mill.
The tour concludes at Fromage Artisans on St Georges Terrace, with a private dining table located behind the vault doors
In the tradition of great walks, guests will also learn some fascinating stories about the history of the city.Family Friendly
The perfect introduction to Fremantle. This tour winds its way through Fremantle, which is renowned for its well-preserved architectural heritage, including convict built colonial era buildings and one of the most notorious prisons in the British Empire, the World Heritage Listed Fremantle Prison.
“Freo” is the birthplace of the Swan River Colony and home some of the most amazing stories from colonial times in Australia. Explore Fremantle with a local and hear the stories of astounding Irish prisoner escapes, comical British bushrangers, the shameful expulsion of aboriginals to Rottnest Island and its importance as a port during World War II.
Visit all the landmarks including the Fremantle Prison and Fishing Boat Harbour. View contemporary art at Moore & Moore Gallery and the Kidogo Art House concluding your tour at the oldest building in Western Australia, The Roundhouse.
Starting at the Fremantle Visitor Information Centre, this tour takes a non-traditional route through Freo discovering the factual, irreverent and anecdotal along the way.
Two Feet & a Heartbeat provide this tour on behalf on Intrepid Urban Adventures.Family Friendly
The Eat Drink Walk Perth Tour is a professionally guided tour of Perth’s small bar and restaurant scene where you will discover many of the new small bars that are popping up around the city that you might have a bit of trouble finding on your own.
You will visit three unique small bars, spending approximately 45 minutes in each with enough time to enjoy the complimentary food platter or beverage on offer at each venue. Your friendly Perth local will guide you through a fun, relaxed and sophisticated tour.
Please refer to our website for further information.Family Friendly
From $30 to $35
Start your day in Perth with a coffee (or tea), a dash of culture, art and history (food can be purchased during the tour). Visit secret gardens, discover hidden art while learning about the city.
The tour will explore the Heritage Precinct of Perth, the old theatre district as well as former educational precincts. Enjoy a coffee/tea at popular local cafe (included) and enjoy a wonderfully re-purposed heritage space in a forgotten area. Visit secret gardens, discover hidden art while learning some of the more interesting anecdotes about the city.
At the conclusion of the tour your friendly guide will then escort you to one of the most significant and newly refurbished buildings in Perth, the State Buildings. Formerly home to the General Post Office, Land Titles Office, Treasury and Parliament, this complex contains 120 years of stories to share. These days, the State Buildings are home to a hotel and many food and beverage outlets.
After the tour you are free to explore the new public spaces of the historic Cathedral Square and the brand new Elizabeth Quay.Family Friendly
From $30 to $35
Did you know Perth has its own unique network of arcades and laneways? Due to the warm Perth environment, the city centre was built with many arcades to keep out the heat. In more recent times, these have included many underneath the city in air-conditioned comfort.
Through churches, shopping malls and public areas, these arcades (and laneways) form a pivotal part of life in an inherently warm environment. Art Deco, ultra modern and even faux-Tudor, these are wonderful parts of the city to be guided through and hear of their origins and impact on the city as a destination.
In recent years, forgotten and under utilised back laneways in and around town have been brought back to life by encouraging new business, street art and interesting lighting. It is easy to spend a couple of leisurely hours exploring these hidden yet bustling elements of life in Perth.
With plenty of opportunities to grab a coffee, have a tasty treat, or find some awesome places to come back to after the tour, your friendly guide will help set you up for an enjoyable adventure through the lesser known parts of Perth.Family Friendly
Rendezvous at a designated meeting location and provide all of the material and instructions required to undertake the hunt. Two Feet guides will never be far away and all participants will be able to contact them if required.
Open an envelope, read a clue, and find your way to a cool spot where you will solve riddles, hunt for answers and have some good clean fun.
The hunt will be self guided in small teams utilising written clues, pre existing knowledge and mobile technology to find their goals or next clue. Points will be allocated for completed tasks including “checking in”, taking photo’s at landmarks, collecting objects and deciphering clues. The more tasks completed, the more points earned!
Participants will be required to demonstrate teamwork, analytics and a good sense of fun. There will be the opportunity for a refreshing beverage mid hunt at specific “check in” locations.
The hunt will take place within a very walkable area located in the confines of the city centre. Participants only require a basic level of fitness. Two Feet guides will be at a pre-determined finishing location to welcome participants, compile the race results and issue prizes.Family Friendly
Visit the world renowned Kings Park, quaint Queens Gardens and the secluded Heirreson Island. Meet you knowledgable local guide at Queens Gardens in East Perth, which is a only a 7 minute ride on the free CAT bus from Perth Train Station. Explore the gardens and see the Black Swans, which make their home in the gardens and, if in season, wonder at the beautiful cygnets at play.
Walk past the WACA and Gloucester Park, traditional homes to cricket and horse trotting in Perth since the 1800’s.
Visit the best kept secret in Perth, Heirreson Island. Noongar aboriginals crossed the river at this point for 40 odd thousand years. These days, we walk across the Causeway Bridge and onto the island, which is home to a “mob” of wild Kangaroos.
Your guide will share with the story of colonial era Aboriginal leader Yagan, as you overlooki the tranquil Swan River. The tour will then jump on a Transperth Bus service and travel 10 minutes up to Kings Park (fare including in ticket price)
The tour will continue with an exploration of the Botanical Gardens in Kings Park.Family Friendly
Fremantle is a foodie’s delight full of funky restaurants, historic pubs, cool cafes and the old world charm of a colonial port.
Learn the neighbourhood’s legendary stories while you dine, drink and experience the weekend markets, the high streets and the narrow lanes of the “West End” with an expert local guide.
Taste local delicacies in the markets, which are loaded with artisan foods, fruit, vegetables and tasty ethnic flavours. Relax as you also eat and drink at a number of the very authentic bars and restaurants in the historic port end of town.
They promise that you will leave with a belly full. Fremantle is the ultimate day trip in Perth, only 25 minutes by train from the city centre.