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Flights to Perth (PER)

The range of things to do in Perth is long, from enjoying one of the city's 19 beaches to sipping a delectable coffee.
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Perth, Australia

What to do in Perth

Browse the Cappuccino Strip and Fremantle Markets

The port of Fremantle sits on the south side of the city, and the cafes of the Cappuccino Strip (Wray Avenue) are the best place to grab a brew (or three). It's just a short walk from Perth's famous Fremantle Markets, so it's great for taking a breather after browsing the 150 outdoor shops and stalls.

Fremantle Markets
Corner South Terrace & Henderson Street
Fremantle
WA 6160
+61 8 9335 2515
fremantlemarkets.com.au

See the sealife at AQWA

The Aquarium of Western Australia is a bit of a drive north, but exhibits including Shipwreck Coast, DANGERZone, and Marmion Marine Park make it worth the trip. If you’re feeling very adventurous, you can even go diving with the sharks.

Hillary's Boat Harbour
91 Southside Drive
Hillarys
WA 6025
+61 8 9447 7500
aqwa.com.au

Visit the Aviation Heritage Museum

Check out over 30 historical airplanes collected and curated by the Royal Australian Air Force Association. The collection's gems range from an Auster J5B to the Wirraway CA-5, and every type of flying machine in between. Watch as history flies before your very eyes.

Bull Creek Drive
Bull Creek
WA 6149
+61 8 9311 4470
raafawa.org.au/museum

Take a trip to Rottnest Island

If you need a change from the relative bustle of Perth, hop on a ferry to Rottnest. Located less than 20km from Fremantle, this destination boasts 63 beaches, 20 bays, zero cars, and serene spots everywhere you look. Spend the day biking and relaxing.

Rottnest Island Authority
B Shed
Fremantle
WA 6160
+61 8 9432 9111
rottnestisland.com

Snorkel in Shoalwater Islands Marine Park

What's better than snorkelling? How about free snorkelling? An hour south of Perth lies the Shoalwater Islands Marine Park where you can do just that – and also see colonies of penguins on the aptly named Penguin Island. If you're feeling bold, bring a dive permit and explore the wrecked fishing ship, Saxon Ranger.

19 Kent Street
Rockingham
6168
+61 8 9592 3464
rockinghamvisitorcentre.com.au

Head to the Beach

Perth has some of the best white sand beaches in the country – 19, to be exact. Cottesloe Beach is a particularly good pick, and there are a few others to explore less than half a day's drive from the city centre.

Cottesloe Beach
Marine Parade
Cottesloe
WA 6011
+61 8 9285 5000
cottesloe.wa.gov.au

Where to eat in Perth

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Rockpool Bar & Grill (Steakhouse)

The Rockpool Bar & Grill is an off the beaten track destination, located across the Swan River from central Perth. As a result, you'll experience a fine dining experience that's at once laid-back and refined. The service is excellent at Rockpool, as is the seafood on its massive menu.

Crown Perth
Great Eastern Highway
Burswood
WA 6100
+61 8 6252 1900
rockpool.com/rockpoolbarandgrillperth

The Aviary (Asian fusion)

The city's largest rooftop has stunning views down to the Murray Street Mall, William Street, and the rest of Perth's central business district. The Bird Cage is your choice for food, while The Nest is an open-air rooftop lounge that's great for relaxing after a long day of touring.

140 William Street
WA 6000
+61 8 9226 0259
theaviaryperth.com.au

Swallow Bar (International)

Former Melbourne dwellers Meredith Bastian and Zoe Roy bring the experience they gained in the east to this cosy restaurant. The decor is nostalgic – think ancient cars, railway booths and vinyl records. Make sure to visit the open-air backyard to mingle on sunny days, and check their schedule for live music performances.

198 Whatley Crescent
Maylands
WA 6051
+61 8 9272 4428
swallowbar.com.au

Print Hall (Australian)

Old-school service meets modern Australian cuisine and hospitality at Print Hall. The restaurant, like the surrounding neighbourhood, is formal without being stuffy, just like Perth itself. After dinner, walk off your meal with a relaxed stroll around nearby Kings Park and Botanic Garden. Brookfield Place

125 St. Georges Terrace
+61 8 6282 0000
WA 6000
printhall.com.au

Halo Restaurant (Seafood)

Sit over the Swan River, dining on the freshest seafood at one of Perth's finest restaurants. The service is refined but unobtrusive, with the staff boasting a wealth of local knowledge about the food they are serving and the surroundings you're seeing.

Barrack Street
WA 6000
+61 8 9325 4575
halorestaurant.com.au

Good Fortune Roast Duck House (Vietnamese)

There are quite a few restaurants with Vietnamese influenced menus in the Northbridge neighbourhood, and the Good Fortune Roast Duck House is one of the best places to sample the authentic cuisine. The prices are very reasonable too. Head there for lunch to see the place at its buzziest.

344 William Street
Northbridge
WA 6000
+61 8 9228 3293
goodfortuneduckhouse.com.au

Places to stay in Perth

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Duxton Hotel Perth

The five-star hotel in the centre of Perth provides a platform from which you can launch yourself out on a quest to see the sights. The low-key, modern rooms are expertly decorated and look out over the nearby Swan River.

1 St Georges Terrace
WA 6000
+61 8 9261 8000
perth.duxtonhotels.com

Mercure Perth Hotel

Another establishment in central Perth that offers affordable rates and specialises in catering to young families on a budget. You'll mix with business travellers in town for a conference, possibly held at the Mercure, while having easy access to Perth's central sites.

10 Irwin Street
WA 6000
+61 8 9326 7000
accorhotels.com/mercure-perth

Adina Apartment Hotel Perth

This is the perfect place if you're in a couple or small group that wants a clean, easy, and affordable place to stay. Staff are friendly, and the hotel has a great location right in the heart of downtown Perth. Nearby attractions include the Western Australian Museum and Art Gallery, as well as leafy Kings Park.

Barrack Plaza
138 Barrack Street
WA 6000
+61 8 9267 0000
tfehotels.com/adina-apartment-hotel

The Richardson Hotel & Spa

The Richardson is widely known as one of the best hotels in Perth. You'll have to dig deep to afford it, but the combination of beautiful rooms, celebrity sightings, and easy access to the city's best shopping and entertainment makes it worth splashing out.

32 Richardson Street
West Perth
WA 6005
+61 8 9217 8888
therichardson.com.au

Miss Maud Swedish Hotel

This boutique hotel is a five-minute walk from Perth city centre and offers guests a complimentary Smörgåsbord Breakfast from the restaurant downstairs every morning. The rooms are cosy, tidy and clean.

97 Murray Street
WA 6000
+61 8 9325 3900
missmaud.com.au

Goodearth Hotel

The hotel, just steps from the park beyond Terrance Road that looks onto Swan River, features apartment-style offerings that are great for a group of travellers or a family seeking a bit more space. Most rooms come equipped with full kitchenettes that make staying a cinch.

195 Adelaide Terrace
WA 6004
+61 8 9492 7777
goodearthhotel.com.au

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