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Western Australia's often-overlooked capital, Perth, has a style all of its own: a laid-back coastal lifestyle, vibrant café culture, sprawling parklands and famed local beaches.

The banks of the mighty Swan River offer great spots from which to view the central cityscape and nearby Darling Ranges.  For a taste of nature and aboriginal heritage in the heart of the city, visit King's Park and take a walk on the Bushland Nature Trail, or take in the vibrant displays of native wildflowers in the Botanical Gardens. And, for close-up encounter's with Australia's famed marsupials, head to the Karakamia Wildlife Sanctuary.

When you've enjoyed all Perth has to offer, consider a wine tasting tour in the picturesque Swan Valley. Many of the 40-plus vineyards are still run by the original families who started them many years ago. Nearby Fremantle is well worth a detour, too, not least for its convict history and for the chance to sample artisan coffees on its famous Cappuccino Strip

And, just a short ferry ride from the mainland is tranquil, car-free Rottnest Island. A popular holiday destination for visitors and locals alike, there is fantastic diving on vibrant coral reefs and historic shipwrecks and you can spot wild seals, whales, dolphins and the island's quirky mascot – the Quokka.


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Top itineraries in Perth

Kangaroo in the vines of South Australia

Australia’s Wine, Outback & Wildlife Wonders

17-day tailor-made journey from £3,920 pp incl. flights

With stays on historic cattle stations and in cutting-edge urban hotels, all paired with a range of included excursions, this is the ideal introduction to the myriad delights of two contrasting Australian states.

Whale Shark, Ningaloo Reef, Coral Coast, Australia

Australian Wildlife Safari

16-day tailor-made journey from £6,410 pp incl. flights

Get up close to Australia’s famed wildlife, showcased across a range of included tours and excursions alongside stays in everything from beachside hideaways to luxury lodges.

Indian Pacific, Pinnacles, Western Australia

Australia by Rail: Indian Pacific

13-day luxury rail holiday from £4,100 pp incl. flights

Take to the rails on this luxury journey aboard the Indian Pacific. You'll travel across Australia’s vast outback as you journey coast-to-coast from Perth to Sydney, enjoying fine dining and tailored touring throughout.

Vineyards, Margaret River

Perth, Margaret River & the West Coast

14-day tailor-made self-drive from £2,580 pp incl. flights

Spend time in vibrant Perth, enjoy a gourmet getaway in the Margaret River region and discover the spectacular scenery of Western Australia's southwest corner on this curated road trip.

Top places to stay in Perth

Indian Pacific

The Indian Pacific

Luxury train

The Indian Pacific is named after the two oceans it connects on its three night cross-country journey between Perth and Sydney. Covering 4,352-kilometres, it's one of the world's longest and most memorable train journeys.


Hougoumont, Fremantle

Designer hotel

Named after a 19th century sailing ship, The Hougoumont, which transported convicts to Australia’s west coast, this design-led hotel’s quirkiness is right at home in free-spirited Fremantle.

Fraser Suites Living Room

Fraser Suites, Perth

Contemporary hotel

Sited in Perth’s CBD, a meeting point of culture and business, you’ll have easy access to the best of the city’s green spaces, shops and cultural centres whilst relaxing in a collection of luxury serviced apartments overlooking the Swan River.

Heritage balcony bedroom

COMO The Treasury, Perth

Contemporary hotel

Heritage architecture, designer interiors and a city-centre location make COMO The Treasury an excellent choice in Australia’s sunniest city.

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When to go to Perth

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Perth experiences 3,000 hours of sunshine a year. What rain there is generally falls between May and September. Summers can be hot, with temperatures averaging 31ºC in February, although the sea breeze helps keep things bearable. Spring is the best time to visit the Southwest, when days are warm and the countryside is awash with wildflowers. To swim with whale sharks at Ningaloo, you’ll need to visit between April and July.

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Perth articles

Dining Pillar, Rovos Rail

The Luxury Rail Journeys of the Southern Hemisphere

From Peru's Andean peaks to the barren beauty of the Australian Outback, expect spectacular scenery to be paired with the finest in onboard luxury.

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