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Australia’s sunniest capital city, the capital of Western Australia, the Perth sky sports a canvas of imperishable pearl blue skies. Perth has gone through a major transformation in the last few years, going from a carefree village like city in to a fresh booming cosmopolitan.
Perth has a unique blend of natural and urban experiences, with constant growth the location and its infrastructure really gives Perth a substantial theme separating it from the rest of Australia. Under constant rapid transformation, Perth offers a vibrant, yet easy-going and natural lifestyle surrounded by the beautiful Swan River, Kings Park, the Botanic Garden and the Indian Ocean, you will have access to amazing offshore locations from Perth, Rottenest Island, we have an amazing guide for you, find out if Rottnest Island have the cutest locals, and you will have a access to all of the West coast of Australia and all of what you need to experience Western Australia.
Perth city and its surrounding urban villages are brimming with dining, shopping and entertainment options. Culturally, visitors can indulge at Perth’s Cultural Centre in Northbridge - home to the Art Gallery of WA, the WA Museum, State Library, the Perth Institute of Contemporary Art, the Blue Room and the State Theatre Centre of WA. New infrastructure developments are changing the face of the city including Perth Stadium, Perth City Link, Yagan Square and the recently opened Elizabeth Quay. The real heart of Perth is centred at the beach, the culture that defines Perth will leave, who would say no to sun, surf and sand all year round. With such a wide spread coast on the west of Australia, it’s easy to get a beach that’s empty for a private beach experience. The port suburb Fremantle which is enfolded within the central business district is a raffish port, which has a great lifestyle scene, it’s a maritime suburb which is known for its great food and the art scene, the cool suburb of Perth which very distinct of its own district personality, the suburb is very proud of its working class roots, nautical culture and bohemian vibes.
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There is a broad time period for the best time to go to, the period is from the end of August to the end of March. The overlaying blue canvas like cloudless Perth weather, an advantage to its name means that in the summer months the tourists flood in to soak up the Perth sun and pack out the beaches during December to February, if you only have time during this period then you have no other choice. If you are flexible traveller who doesn’t like to follow the crowd because it’s often overrated, choose the down seasons for many reasons, effectively in August or March, or during the Spring and Autumn months, cost are much lower and efficiency to get around is maximised, this means no crowds and hassle free cheap flights and accommodation in Perth
Perth is an undiscovered enigma, also a hidden gem it’s a remote cosmopolitan, greenery wonderland. As aforementioned a mix of city and forests, there is boundless activities in this large land mass of fantastic activities. The remote placement of this city means the population is lower in density than most big Australian cities, but this Western Australia capital is anything but deserted, it’s a place where you can experience luxury dining and wild action adventure in the same day.
For a perfect feel of Perth’s paradigm, try wandering in Kings Park where the view is pure spectacular, also on of the world’s biggest city parks in the world. Sharpen your eagle eyes and pan scan the natural decorations than span across Perth, you will see Sawn and Canning Rivers, an amazing refreshed city skylines as well as the Darling Ranges in the bush trails in the park, encounter worship worthy groomed gardens, while visiting a local café because in Perth that’s what you can do.
Eccentric and arty, laneway and rooftop type cafes by day, small quirky hideout bar by night, and these flexible venues are a nice touch to the modern addition to Perth’s emerging culture. Off the main street Hay Street, locates Wolf lane the “coolest” street on Perth, embedded here are some creative and fun venues, vintage stores, and boutiques for those that enjoy the hipster scene. Be amongst Perth’s cool kids of the white collar world, and hang out with the office worker in Subiaco suburb. While roaming head to Oxford Street in Leederville to find vintage and antique stores, from there it will lead you to Northbridge where you will find top end cafes, designer fashion and the latest fashion stores.
If you drive north-east of Perth’s city centre and head towards Swan Valley Winery, a staggering 40 vineyards and an accolade of cellar doors opened for tastings in WA’s historical wine region. Take a bike ride through the vineyards, alternatively take a boast and cruise upriver, enjoy the scenery and sip away at the local wines through each cellar door you pass.
Being in Perth a beach visit is inevitable, with beaches nearing the city centre, watch a sunset floating on the horizon over Cottesloe Beach. Drop by Scarborough for a hip café beach scene. For great waves make sure to hit Trigg and the famed North Beach.
Summer (December – February)
Summer in Perth is hot and dry with very little rainfall. Average temperatures range from 17.5 - 30°C (63.5 - 86°F). In the afternoons a sea breeze called the ‘Fremantle Doctor' provides some relief from the heat.
Autumn (March – May)
During autumn Perth experiences warm, sunny days and cooler nights with average temperatures between 13.7 - 26°C (56.6 - 78.8°F). During autumn there can be occasional showers and some humidity. Evening temperatures rarely drop below 10°C (50°F).
Winter (June – August)
Winters are relatively cool and wet with temperatures ranging from 8 - 19°C (46.4 - 66.2°F). There are occasional storms, characterised by downpours of rain and thunderstorms.
Spring (September – November)
During spring, days are warm and sunny with average temperatures ranging from 11.7 - 23°C (53 - 73.4°F). Rainfall is scarce at this time of year. Plenty of flora exists during spring in Perth: discover more than 12,000 species of wildflowers, which blossom in Perth’s nature reserves and national parks.
Airlines that fly to Perth:
Jetstar, Air New Zealand, Qantas, Virgin Australia
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