Taken from Kings Park Perth.
The Bell Tower includes the twelve bells of St Martin-in-the-Fields which are recorded as being in existence from before the 14th century and recast in the 16th century by Queen Elizabeth I.
The bells were again recast between 1725 and 1770 by three generations of the Rudhall family of bell founders from Gloucester in England, under the order of the Prince of Wales who was later crowned as King George II. They are one of the few sets of royal bells and are the only ones known to have left England.
The Perth Wheel:
Sort of copied, ok copied from the successful London Eye and many other modern day ferries wheels around the World it stands 50m high, can carry 284 passengers in 36 capsules and is sitting on the Perth foreshore. It’s Perth newest biggest toy the ‘Perth Wheel’.
For your $15 (cheaper if you a child), you get to spend roughly 15 minutes on the wheel, which will do approximately three revolutions. There is even a VIP capsule which boasts leather seats. The operators are expecting it to become popular for marriage proposals and birthday celebrations.