Perth - Australia - Destinations

Perth, the authentic Western Australia

There are a number of ways to enjoy Perth’s laid-back lifestyle. Get closer to the CBD with the free buses and there you can visit the Perth Mint, Swan Bells Tower, the Art Gallery of Western Australia and many other attractions. The King Street, Murray Street and Hay Street shopping centers are home to many boutiques, art galleries and restaurants.

Go fishing along the banks of the Swan River, with its picturesque picnic areas and trails, or cruise to sandy bays and beaches like Matilda Bay. More than 50 miles of clean, quiet beaches make Perth’s coastline perfect for swimming, surfing, and enjoying the suburban beach lifestyle.

Tour the Kings Park Botanic Gardens and try the treetop walk for views of the city. Hop on a ferry, visit South Perth, and enjoy magnificent views of the Perth skyline.

Visit Fremantle Harbor or change direction and stop for a wine tasting at the Swan River Vineyards. Northbridge, Mount Lawley, Leederville and Subiaco have lively nightlife; by contrast, Cottesloe and Scarborough have a more relaxed setting.

What to visit in Perth

We know that you love to travel and discover new places, that’s why we have made a list so you know what to visit in Perth. The TOP sites!.


+ Kings Park: It is one of the largest and most beautiful city center parks in the world. It is rich in Aboriginal and European history, contemporary culture and offers innovative design, exhibits and services.


+ Elizabeth Quay: You will find it on the north bank of the Perth Water. Its name was chosen in honor of Queen Elizabeth II and it is a place in the city that you cannot miss.


+ Heirisson Island: It is an island in the Swan River at the eastern end of Perth Water, between the suburbs of East Perth and Victoria Park. There are 12 kangaroos that you can visit and feed.


+ Perth Cathedral: St. Mary’s Cathedral, officially the Cathedral of the Immaculate Conception of the Blessed Virgin Mary, is the cathedral church of the Catholic Archdiocese of Perth, and the seat of its Archbishop, currently Timothy Costelloe.


+ Swan Bells: The Swan Bells are a set of 18 bells hung in a purpose-built 82.5 meter tall bell tower of copper and glass in Perth.


+ Fremantle: It is a major port city in Western Australia, situated at the mouth of the Swan River. Fremantle Harbor serves as a port for the city of Perth.


+ Cottesloe: Located roughly halfway between Perth’s central business district and Fremantle harbour. It is famous for its beaches, cafes and relaxed lifestyle.


+ Hillarys Boat Harbour: It is a marina and tourist area located in Hillarys, north of Perth.


+ Lake Monger: It is a nature reserve in the coastal plain of the Swan River, full of a great variety of birds and lots of nature.


+ Pinnaroo Valley Memorial Park: Interestingly, it is considered the most environmentally friendly cemetery in Australia. The park, which received its first burial in 1978.


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Advantages of living in Perth

+ It is a growing city, with job stability and offers in all sectors. With more variety, there is more work compared to other Australian cities.


+ There are thousands of activities to do throughout the year!.


+ Public transport seamlessly connects all parts of the city, both the center and its suburbs.


+ The climate of the city is very good, very Mediterranean! Although in winter it is cold and you will have to take a good coat.


+ Perth is surrounded by incredible nature: beaches, national parks and amazing landscapes. There are not many tourists, so you will be able to see everything more calmly.


+ You will find fewer Spanish speakers than in the rest of the Australian cities. Ideal for a complete linguistic immersion!.


+ You have some of the best beaches in Western Australia within a relatively short drive. There you will find good surf spots.

Disadvantages of living in Perth

+ The Australian east coast is very far from the main cities. But close to Indonesia! You can escape to Bali for the weekend. How about?.


+ Parking in the center is paid and more expensive than in other cities in Australia. The bike will be your best companion!.


+ Few nightlife options. Perhaps it is not the best city for those who like to party. But it is ideal for couples!.


+ There are many slopes! It is a city with a lot of unevenness, so wherever you go you will find a slope that will make your way… let’s say interesting.


+ From the Lexis school area to the city it takes about an hour by public transport and you pay $4.5 AUD but if you are a student you have a discount.