Swan Bells, also known as the Swan Bell Tower is a bell tower situated in Perth, Australia. The tower stands at a height of 82.5 metres, built with copper and glass which hold 18 bells. 12 of the bells in the tower are recycled from St Martin-in-the-Fields in London, the rest are newly cast, they make up one of the largest sets of change ringing bells in the world. The tower is named after the Swan River which it overlooks.
The Swan Bell Tower is situated near Elizabeth Quay. Local parking is available if you are driving. The closest train station is ‘Perth’ station which is a five-minute walk away. The 24, 25, 27, 39, 103, 661 and 935 buses all stop close to the tower.
Opening Times and Admission
Daily tours of the bell tower are available, these last for 45 minutes and include access to the viewing platform, a chance to ring the bells and all the information about the bell tower is provided. The tours cost 18$.