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Where to stay in Perth

Exploring Perth

From the meandering banks of the Swan Bells Belltower to the golden sands of Scarborough Beach, Perth is one of the most extravagant tourist destinations in Australia. Even though this large metropolis is the world’s most isolated capital, Perth still welcomes many millions of visitors annually. It’s a safe and laid-back city, so tourists will have no trouble exploring the many landmarks on offer here.

Accommodation in Perth

Accommodation options are diverse, and there is something for every budget and taste. The most popular hotel in Perth is the Travillas, which has been booked 5 times from our verified guests. Our guests also highly recommended The Good Life B & B in Perth as it has been reserved 5 times.

Sightseeing in Perth

- Costtesloe Beach

Found in the region known as The Coast, Cottesloe Beach is among Perth’s most visited tourist attractions. During the spring and summer months, this spectacular beach is a popular weekend haunt for both locals and tourists. Its soft, golden sand and relatively calm waters make it a great place for a family day out. It’s not unusual to see a large game of beach cricket being played on the beach here or hundreds of sun bakers and swimmers making the most of the powdery sand and impressive breakers. Fremantle hotels, such as Pier 21 Apartments Hotel, are just minutes to the south of this beach.

- Perth Zoo

Catering for more than half a million visitors annually, Perth Zoo is among Western Australia’s most alluring landmarks. Three main zones operate within this historic zoo, which includes the Australian Walkabout, the African Savannah, and the Asian Rainforest regions. In addition to these main exhibits, several smaller displays are offered, including the Galapagos turtles’ tank and the lesser primates zone. The zoo rests upon the southern banks of the Swan River, just across from downtown Perth.

Transportation in Perth

Getting around town is straightforward as there is an excellent rail system that covers downtown and most of the suburbs that matter. In addition, travel between the main stops in the city center stations is free to SmartRider card holders—for example, from City West to Claisebrook.

Transperth buses are the best bet for getting about at large and buses run throughout the day, as often as every few minutes on the main routes during daylight hours. There are two main bus stations in downtown and a special free service, CAT (Central Area Transport). Meter taxis have ranks all over the city and are fast and efficient.

Perth's international and domestic airports are both served by taxis. There is also a shuttle bus from Perth International Airport (PER) to town and back (Perth Airport City Shuttle), which runs 24 hours a day and also goes to and from the domestic airport. The domestic airport is also served by public buses 37 and 39.

Public transport in Perth runs on a zoning system and is cheap for rail and bus travel. Taxis are a good deal during the week, but charge double price over the weekends and at night.

Perth travel guides

Perth Travel Guides