Travellers seeking some excitement during holidays to Australia may want to visit Perth next month for the Red Bull Air Race.
Anyone who has booked flights to Perth during April could find that they are captivated by some smaller planes in the sky on their arrival.
On April 17th and 18th, the Red Bull Air Race will return to the city to wow crowds as the daring pilots negotiate the obstacle course.
This will be the fourth time that Perth has played host to one of the tournament’s races, with spectators promised “an exhilarating and exciting experience”.
Anyone who wants to watch the aerial acrobatics of the 15 pilots competing in the Red Bull Air Race World Championships this year should head to Sir James Mitchell Park for the best vantage point.
Located on the South Perth foreshore, it is a great place to find a spot, relax and watch the planes racing between the obstacles floating on the water of the river.
A big screen will also show all the action, just in case you are not able to see what is going on from where you are sitting.
Written by Ruth Norris