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In Perth you will find temperatures in the mid 20’s in winter and autumn which makes it easy to experience everything that Perth has to offer. Dining is al fresco with fresh flavours from the nearby Indian Ocean.
We offer apartment options in the CBD and central to the CBD area with something for all tastes and budgets. All of the best things to see and do in Perth are located in and around the CBD.
Getting around the Perth CBD is easy and free on public transport. There aren’t many CBD precincts where you will find city laneways with bars and dining options set amongst vast green bushland and parks such as Kings Park. There are shopping malls that house flagship style stores and boutique shops.
The relaxed outdoor living lifestyle of Perth is on display with the magnificent Swan River perched on the city fringe where you can ride, take walks or skate. Don’t forget to bring a picnic and enjoy the famous Black Swans that come out to play whilst you take in some water sport activities.
To experience some culture head to Northbridge for the Western Australian Museum, Art Gallery of Western Australia, State Theatre and more. If your visit is planned for February/ March – take in the Perth International Arts Festival.
Beyond the city and just a 10 minute drive or via public transport is the picturesque Claisebrook Cove in East Perth. Here, you will find quaint cafes, gardens, a bike track and simply stunning views.
Subiaco is also only a few minutes from the CBD via train or car and offers a variety of markets, boutiques and restaurants.
When it comes to exploring beyond Perth- the options are endless. Take a quick ferry to Fremantle or the sublime Rottnest Island and experience the beaches and nature that Western Australia is known for.
Beyond Perth, the Margaret River Region is well worth the 3 hour drive with wineries and walking tracks galore.