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Perth City Guide

Nestled on the west coast of Australia, Perth is a very laid-back town. That relaxing mindset is due in large part to the fact that Perth is far away from Australia's big cities - like Sydney and Melbourne. Put up at one of many hotels in Perth and explore as much as possible of what this city has to offer.

Wine and dine

Perth is home to some of Australia's most gourmet food. Since it's located so close to the country's wine-growing region, Perth dinner tables are chock full of fancy foods and wines.

If you want your meal alongside a fantastic view, eat at The Naked Fig. That's where you'll find modern dishes served up against a coastal background.

But if you're looking for something casual, Perth has plenty of options for that, too! In fact, the Sorrento Beach Shack is the perfect place to kick off your sandals and relax - with a good burger in hand, a tasty breakfast on your plate, or even a basket of fresh fish.

And, Perth offers a variety of cuisines. Whether you love Chinese, French, or Middle Eastern food, there's something for you!

Nightlife

Northbridge is the centre of activity once the sun goes down. Located right next to city centre, it is home to all sorts of pubs and clubs. One of the most popular places in Northbridge is Elephant and Wheelbarrow - a pub that offers tons of beers on tap, lots of TV's and sports-watching parties, and plenty of live music.

For a night out that's more upscale, head to Subiaco. Only a few kilometres west of the city, Subiaco is one of Perth's most trendy areas. There, you'll find chic buildings, designer stores, restaurants, sidewalk cafes, bars, clubs, and even weekend markets. Due to its trendiness, Subiaco is home to some of the more expensive hotels in Perth.

If you like to stay up late, spend some time at Club Red Sea. It's the perfect place to dance the night away after all of the other bars have closed!

On the water

Because it is a seaside community, Perth has a vibrant yachting scene.

If you're looking for a romantic evening - or simply a relaxing way to see the sights - take a twilight sail. There are several companies that allow you to board luxurious yachts as the sun goes down, or you can hop onboard with one of the local yacht clubs. Virtually all of the ships sail out of the Fremantle Fishing Boat Harbour.

Depending on what kind of atmosphere you're looking for, you can find a sailing trip that offers champagne - or a boat that simply offers a fun atmosphere so that you can relax after a long day of sight-seeing.

For the ultimate date night, rent a two-person catamaran and spend the sunset alone with your sweetie!

If you'd rather hit the water during the day, you can do that, too. Smaller charters launch from Perth's shores every day. You can rent a single hull or a catamaran for the day, or you can even join a crew for an overnight adventure on the high seas!

For a great trip - either during the day or overnight - take your chartered boat out to Rottnest Island.

Beaches

Perth also offers a ton of fun for people who'd rather stay closer to shore. With its sparkling white beaches, Perth is the perfect place to spend a day sun bathing.

The most popular beach in the area is Cottesloe Beach. If you're looking for a beach that isn't quite as crowded, try Scarborough Beach - where you'll find a younger crowd. City Beach and Floreat Beach are the two quietest beaches in the area. They each offer a tranquil sunbathing spot, and they're also good for fishing!

Or, you can opt for some more action by catching a wave and learning to surf. The best place to do it is in Trigg, about 20 minutes northwest of Perth. In Trigg, there are sandbars in the water that shift - making the waves the highest in the area!

Surfing plays a big role in Perth's entertainment. Every year, the city hosts the Margaret River Pro surf competition. If you get inspired by the pros, there are several surfing companies that can help even the biggest beginners learn how to “hang ten”.

If you're a sports fan, a trip to the Patersons Stadium is a must. Formerly known as the Subiaco Oval, it's Western Australia's biggest stadium - and it's home to the West Coast Eagles, an Australian football team.

The Arts

Perth has a variety of ways to indulge your artistic side. The city has its own ballet, opera, and symphony orchestra. Or, if you want to see really unique artwork, check out Perth's collection of Aboriginal galleries.

If you're lucky enough to be in Perth in February, you'll catch the Perth International Arts Festival. For three weeks, the city becomes home to artwork from all over the world, street fairs, and even theatrical performances. The festival adds more every year - which is why 300,000 people come to see it!

Year-round, you can head to the Art Gallery of Western Australia. There, you'll find historical exhibits alongside modern pieces. It's easy to see why the Gallery has been a favourite of locals and tourists since 1895!

Perth is home to some of the most beautiful beaches in the world!

Cottesloe is about 15 minutes north of Perth, and the short trip is well worth it! This seaside village is chock full of history and great beaches that are never very crowded.

Scarborough Beach is the perfect place to take up a new sport - like windsurfing or kite surfing. You can also sit back and watch the people go by, as Scarborough features everyone from backpackers to businessmen. Then, when you're done for the day, you can check out the area's selection of nightclubs.

As great as the beaches are, no trip to Perth would be complete without spending some time on the Swan River. Dubbed the “heartbeat of the city”, the Swan River offers views of everything from vineyards, to parks, to skyscrapers, to fancy mansions. In order to see all that the river has to offer, head out on one of the day or dinner cruises. It won't take long to see why it's such a beloved area!

Day trips: Swan Valley, Rottnest Island

If gourmet food and wine are right up your alley, take a trip to the nearby Swan Valley - Western Australia's oldest wine growing region. In Swan Valley, you will find a number of vineyards, wine tastings, and gourmet restaurants.

While there are plenty of wineries to choose from, Houghton might be the most popular. Established more than 175 years ago, Houghton offers beautiful gardens and wine cellars in addition to its tastings. You can also eat lunch at Houghton's cafe if you want to - the perfect complement to your wine tasting!

Sandalford Winery is home to a number of award-winning wines. The winery has called the Swan Valley home since 1840 - back when Europeans first started heading to the area. Sandalford also hosts a number of concerts every year.

For the most local charm, though, you have to head to some of the smaller boutique wineries. There are dozens to choose from. At most of them, you can count on the winemaker himself to greet you at the door.

No matter which wineries you want to try, you can get to them in style. There are affordable chauffeur services that you can book for the day - to ride in up and down the wine trail.

If you love to be outdoors, utopia is just a short ferry ride away. At Rottnest Island, you can go fishing, tour a lighthouse, dine at outdoor cafes, ride a trolley, or rent a bike.

Perth Hotels and Accommodation

If you're looking for the perfect accommodation in Perth, many hotels can be found in the suburb of East Perth. As an added benefit, many of them are right on the water, so you often can get a room with a great view. There is also a variety of cheap hotels right in Perth's city centre to choose from.

Bottom line - there is no “bad view” anywhere in Perth. No matter your budget, you can find accommodation that make you feel like a king. You can even choose from historic accommodation or opt for the trendier Perth hotels that line the streets in Subiaco.

If you want to be close to the action in Subiaco - but you can't afford Subiaco prices - try looking for a hotel in either Daglish or West Perth. Both areas are within walking distance to Subiaco. Daglish is a few blocks west of Subiaco, while West Perth is a few blocks east.

Towards the centre of town, Hay Street has plenty of accommodations to choose from. By searching down the street - all the way from Daglish through East Perth, you are sure to find a room that's perfect!

If you want to stay right on the beach - instead of right in the middle of town - there are a number of hotels in Cottesloe. Scarborough Beach is a little bit further from Perth's centre, but it is also home to a variety of accommodation.
 
If your thinking of a long stay in Perth , perhaps on business, visiting with a family or  friends and wanting home away from home, serviced apartments in Perth are an affordable alternative to hotels. They all have self catering facilities , many with multiple rooms and ease of access for parking. So if a hotel is not suitable for you, maybe a Perth serviced apartment is one option worth considering.
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