Making a plans to visit Australia? Do not forget to include Perth on your list. Known to be the most isolated city in the world, Perth is surrounded by beautiful Australian nature and scenery. Mumma’s hostel, being the ultimate backpackers hostel in Australia, has provided a list of things you ought to do in Perth that will make it a must in your travel list.
1. Cottesloe Beach
Cottesloe Beach in Perth is the best place to watch a sunset in Australia. It is a suburb on the beach-side, which you can easily drive and reach within 15 minutes from Perth CBD. It is a favorite spot for surfing, swimming, and snorkeling, due to its water that is crystal clear.
You can also visit the Cottesloe town for a relaxed outing. Try to visit the town on Sunday as the locals of this town celebrate the sun go down along with some drinks.
2. Walking Tour Of Perth
Brimming with fine history, heritage and culture, explore the on and off trail attractions of Perth by foot. Perth, with flat and wide footpaths and streets, is made for people who love walking. You can select from many walking tours available and soak yourself up on the city’s vibe and culture while knowing everything about the city from a local.
3. Kings Park
The largest inner city park of the southern hemisphere is the Kings Park. It covers about 400 hectares of land, filled with brilliant sceneries looking over the Perth’s city skyline and Swan River.
You can try going on an Indigenous Walking Tour and know all about the aboriginal natives and their fascinating history.
4. Experience the hues of Sunset
Have an uninterrupted view of the sun setting over the ocean in Perth. You can also chill by the beach in one of Cottesloe’s pub while experiencing the serene hues of sunset.
“Freo” is what the locals call Fremantle. It takes about 30 minutes to reach there from Perth’s CBD. It is a town filled with bars, vibrant markets, cafes, and seafood restaurants. It known to be the world’s best preserved 19th-century streetscape. Know all about the compelling maritime history with a visit to Fremantle.
6. Rottnest Island
No matter what list we make about Perth, Rottnest Island will always be on it. It is an island near Perth and Fremantle. Rottnest is also called “Rotto” by the locals, is filled with 60 beautiful picturesque bays and beaches,
It is an island best explored on a bicycle as the complete island is a car-free zone. The island also has facilities for fishing, swimming, golf, tennis, kayaking, diving and snorkeling.
There are arrangements on the island for an overnight stay but you can also have a one day visit and catch a Rottnest Ferry back to Perth.
7. Swan River
Take a cruise from Perth to Fremantle and enjoy soothing views of the boats and city skyline. You can also witness some the most expensive houses in the country.
8. Weather of Perth
With a warm sunshine all year round, Perth is a sunny city in Australia. It experiences about 8 to 9 hours of sunshine a day. Even though with a good amount of sun, the average temperature in summer sticks to around 30 degrees Celsius, making it the ideal temperature without feeling too hot.
9. The Lifestyle Of Perth
Perth’s lifestyle is very easy going. It is comparatively slow from Australia’s other cities like Sydney, Melbourne or Brisbane as it has a slower life with fewer people.
Accommodation In Perth
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