Perth boasts all the essentials for a wonderful holiday including amazing beaches, exciting nightlife, and diverse dining experiences that will bring together the whole family.

Perth, considered 'the pulsing heart of the state', is also a very rich in Indigenous culture encompassing dance, music, art and literature, definitely something to be experienced when holidaying.

If you are looking for an exciting and culturally informative trip then look no further than Perth.

Perth Accommodation

Perth accommodation rates are among the best in the world and whether you are staying for one day or one month, there will be options to suit any budget. If you are a backpacker traveling around, chances are you will be on a tight budget and wanting something in the lower price range. Prices usually start around $20 for a bed in a hostel, sharing the room with a number of people (usually 2 - 6), with the price rising for more private accommodation. The hostels in Perth are clean and social, usually with a range of facilities available such as a pool, TV, computers and common room.

For people with a higher budget, prices go up thousands of dollars a day to stay in a six star resort. If your budget is somewhere in betweeen, you can grab an apartment for $80 - $300 a night, depending on the season and star rating. There's a never-ending amount of options for anybody, whether you are a family, a couple, or even just one person.

Perth Attractions

Perth Zoo
Just minutes from the city, the award-winning Perth Zoo is home to around 1,300 native and exotic animals from over 230 species, as well as world famous breeding programs for critically endangered species.

Perth Cultural Centre
The Perth Cultural Centre is made up of a number of organisations in buildings spread through a central precinct in the heart of Perth. These include the Western Australian Museum, the Art Gallery of Western Australia, the Library and Information Service of Western Australia, the Perth Institute of Contemporary Arts and The Blue Room Theatre.

Perth Observatory
View the wonders of the southern skies with the astronomers at Perth Observatory - Australia's oldest continuously operating professional observatory and Western Australia's premier astronomical institution. Perth Observatory has served the State of Western Australia for over 100 years with its provision of information and educational services, as well as conducting international-standard astronomical research.

Perth Events

City of Perth Winter Arts Season
For three months Perth's pre-eminent arts organisations and venues work together to produce a stunning program of theatre, music and visual arts. Whether it is dance, drama or digital art this year’s program has something for all ages, tastes and budgets.

City of Perth Australia Day Skyworks
250,000 people line the foreshore of the Swan River for our country's largest annual community celebration on Australia Day.

Perth Upmarket
Perth Upmarket is Perth’s premier quarterly market for original and handcrafted wares. The market brings together over 100 of Perth’s most talented artists, designers, craftsmen and gourmets all under one roof at the University of Western Australia’s Winthrop Hall.

Perth Climate

Perth receives moderate though highly seasonal rainfall. Summers are generally hot and dry, lasting from December to late March. Winters are relatively cool and wet, with most of Perth's annual rainfall falling between May and September.

Perth Facts

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