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Holiday Letting Price Information in Perth City
In the above graph, you will find information on average prices of the holiday lettings & cottages in Perth City. The most expensive dates to travel to City of Perth are in November (24/11 - 01/12). Prices decrease in a week of September (07/09 - 14/09), where average prices are $106.
Holiday Home Availability Information in Perth City
Check how busy City of Perth is with our availability graph. More people travel to City of Perth a week in October (05/10 - 12/10). So far, 39% of the rentals are occupied this week. Conversely, 86% of the lettings are still available during a week in January (26/01 - 02/02).
The weather in Perth City
Check out our climate diagram to find the perfect month for your holidays. January is the warmest month in Perth City with average maximum temperatures of 33°. No heat wave is expected in July, where minimum average temperatures usally hit a 6° low. The rainiest month is January while the driest month is February.
Unwind in the laid-back vibe of Perth City holiday cottages
The city of Perth holds its own among famous names like Sydney and Melbourne for vacationers looking for a refreshing Aussie holiday. In fact, Western Australia’s capital city draws all kinds of visitors, from the sightseeing-oriented ones to those who love wandering off the beaten track.
Once the country’s best-kept secrets, today Perth City increasingly features on the itineraries of travellers. The white sands of Cottesloe Beach, shopping at King Street, cruises on the Swan River, walking tours, lazing at Kings Park, and the many cosmopolitan attractions are just a few reasons.
Like everything else, housing styles in Perth have also undergone a change. But some of the older-style homes still stand, such as Californian bungalows and cottages featuring Art Deco elements. Staying at such holiday homes in Perth City adds a nice local touch to your vacation in the land Down Under.
Culinary delights in Perth City
Given its coastal location, it is no wonder that Perth has some of the best and freshest seafood around. Chilli Mussels, where mussels are cooked in chilli and tomato jus, is a popular local delicacy. And you do not even have to travel far to taste it; Chilli Mussels are available at pretty much every eatery in the city.
Seafood lovers can also try the fresh Crayfish at any restaurant in the summers. The Twilight Hawkers Market held at Forrest Place is perfect for when you want to hog on street food while enjoying live music. The market operates in the evenings from October to April every year.
For a memorable upscale dining experience, drop by at the C Restaurant which holds the distinction of being the sole revolving restaurant in Western Australia. Australian food with a contemporary twist, cocktails, high-tea and a bird’s eye view of the city from 33 floors up is what you can expect here.
Child-friendly attractions in Perth City
Head to the Perth Zoo to spend a day in stunning gardens while catching glimpses of over 1,200 animals and reptiles. From the Asian Rainforest to Australian Bushwalk, there is plenty to explore at the zoo. Book an Eye to Eye encounter for an up close and personal experience with a cute quokka or the friendly giraffes. Do not forget your camera.
Adventure World is the only theme/water park in Perth and a big hit with family travellers. Let the younger ones enjoy the Dragon’s Kingdom while you pump your adrenaline on Kraken, the world’s tallest water slide. There are more than 25 rides and beautiful botanical gardens for a fun day out with the kids at this park.
Nightlife essentials in Perth City
A nice day of sightseeing is wrapped up best by a cold beer, live music and a stroll to check out the city’s nightspots. Perth City checks all the right boxes for a memorable night out. Walk through the city laneways and discover a new bar every night of your vacation, or head to the most popular joints to experience the vibe for yourself.
The Must Winebar is one such place. Stylish and upscale, the award-winning place is frequented by wine lovers enthusiastic to try out a few from the 500 names on its master list. Choose from the French bar food menu and unwind France-style in the heart of Perth City.
For a taste of the city’s best live music and clubbing scene, Metro City in Northbridge is the place to head to. Every weekend here brings Perth City’s biggest and best house party. Drop in on R&B Saturdays to catch a live gig by famous artists. With nine bars across four different levels, you can party till you drop.
Things to do in and around Perth City
It may be geographically isolated, but the city has plenty of things to do and places to see. The Swan Valley, located just 30 minutes from the Perth city centre, is a region brimming with some of the best wineries and fine dining restaurants.
While on the Swan River, take a trip to Heirisson Island to spend time with native Western Grey kangaroos. The island is still something of a hidden gem, so the friendly and trusting roos come right up to visitors. Dawn and dusk are the best times to visit.
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