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Highlights in Perth
- A fusion between the city and nature
- Incredible Aboriginal history
- Pristine and immaculate beaches
- Colourful attractions
- Incredible outdoor experiences and adrenaline pumping activities
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Holiday rentals and lettings in Perth
What is the best area to stay in when visiting Perth? That is the first question that comes to your mind before booking a holiday rental, right? Perth has a few neighbourhoods which are perfect for sightseeing. The three main areas to stay are the Central Business District, Northbridge and West Perth. If it is your first time in the city, the CBD is the best area to stay. Here you will find lots of sightseeing and art galleries, good shopping and excellent eateries. Northbridge is well known for its nightlife and for being a trendy and multi-ethnical area. Finally, West Perth is a wealthy area with great things to see including Solidarity Park, the Parliament House and Perth Observatory.Fantastic rentals in the city
Lettings in Perth will fulfil your wishes during your stay. The properties are equipped with all the amenities you expect including air conditioning, heating, comfortable bedrooms and spacious lounges. Families travelling with babies can find rentals that also include a cot. Depending on the area, you will also find that some of them feature private or shared outdoor pools. Come and stay with your family, a group of friends or a romantic getaway. Perth is a city that welcomes everybody!
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The area and getting around
Perth is the capital of Western Australia and it is known for being the most isolated city on the planet! Next to the Swan River you find the sandy beaches lining the coastline and the incredible riverside Kings Park. The incredible cultural offer of the city will keep you busy at all times. Enjoy a ballet performance at the Perth Cultural Centre, visit the art galleries, enjoy a theatre play or a fantastic night at the opera. To get sweeping views of the city, Botanic Garden on Mount Eliza is the best point to do so. To enjoy a great day of shopping, walk around Hay Street, Harbour Town and City West complex. In addition, Hay Street is the best grab a drink and eat at the many restaurants along it.Embrace the best of both worlds
Perth is surrounded completely by nature: the Indian Ocean on one side and the Australian outback on the other, so nature and urban life coexist in full harmony. Fantastic sandy beaches and scenic parks meet the prosperous metropolis full of Aboriginal art, great food and amazing history. This capital city offers lots of sunny days so soaking up the sun will be an option most of the time. To change your daily routine, you can visit the vineyards of Swan Valley or visit the nearby Rottnest Island. For inside tips of the past of the city, explore the urban layers with an Aboriginal guide.
Travellers and activities
Who is a petrolhead? Buckle up and get ready for the ride of your life with rally driving and hot laps. Choose the track and number of laps you wish to race and make your car racing dreams come true. Get behind the wheel of a Subaru WRX or a V8 supercar and follow the instructions of the experts at Barbagallo. If diving from a plane is on your bucket list, now is the time! Get on a plane that will take you 15.000 ft above the beach of Rockingham and take a jump while enjoying the views as far as the eye can see. If you are keen to get stunning views from above but feeling less of a daredevil, you can float with the wind and glide the skies in a hot air balloon. Take the skies at a slower pace, enjoy the views and take fantastic pictures. Need some more speed? A thrilling helicopter ride is another option to get a bird’s eye view. Get blown away by the sensations of these activities and enjoy Perth getting from a whole new perspective.Perth for beach lovers
Beach lovers are going to enjoy these fantastic beaches lining Perth’s long coast. Swim at Cottesloe Beach and have a drink at the many cafes to be away from the sun when it reaches its highest point. Furthermore, in March every year, this beach becomes an outdoor gallery with the event Sculpture by the Sea. For a unique reef experience, go and do some snorkelling at Mettams Pool. If you are looking for pristine white sandy beaches and rip-free waters, head to Leighton Beach. Families can have great fun at Trigg Beach as they can enjoy the lovely grass area and the large playground for the children. Do you like rock pools? North Beach is the place to go! Choose your favourite beach and remember, no matter how deep you go, you can always see where the sand meets the turquoise waters.
Believe it or not, Perth is the world’s largest producer of bling! The Kalgoorlie Mine is the largest producer of gold and the Super Pit can be viewed from space! Isn’t that cool?
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Besides its fabulous beaches and water sports like snorkelling, surfing or SUP, the great outdoors allows you to enjoy fantastic picnics at any of the outdoor or drive-in cinemas in Perth Hills, Synergy Park or Kingsley. Rent a bike and explore the city and the beaches on two wheels. Explore the fauna in Caversham Park and get close to the Australian wildlife by petting a koala, feeding a baby kangaroo or swimming with the dolphins. To see the animals really close, get on a kayak around Penguin Island and Seal Island and see fairy penguins, pelicans, dolphins, sea lions and many kinds of seabirds. Explore the National Park hiking its paths, swimming in the rock pools and enjoying the waterfall. A perfect day out in Swan Valley with beer, gourmet food and wine? Or a beachside dinner at the Sunset Markets on Saturday night? The list is endless!2. Discover the Aboriginal history of Perth
Take an urban tour in Perth and learn about its past and the relation with the Aboriginal community. As you stroll along the ancient land, an experienced guide shares his knowledge about spirituality, bush food and unique insights of this amazing culture. Aborigines observe the six seasons through the edible plants and they learn how to live in a good way listening to the spiritual stories they are told. If you want to extend the tour, you can also include paint-making with natural ochres and traditional implements.3. Explore the Australian bush in the city
Sharing urban life and nature is one of the greatest things of Perth. In Kings Park, one of the largest parks in Australia, you can get epic views of the Swan and Canning rivers. On the other side, the skyscrapers on the banks define a distinctive skyline. The tall white-trunked trees are all lined up at the entrance of the park with lots of trails to walk, fantastic and beautiful gardens, a lovely bridge and plenty of cafes to stop and have a nice cuppa while you rest.4. A rainbow-coloured experience
Would you like to take a trip with colourful attractions? In Western Australia you can visit several bright pink lakes. What do you think of seeing bright yellow spires rising from the earth, in the dunes? Go to Nambung National Park to see these stunning limestone formations. Get deep in the dark green forest and admire the multicoloured carpet of neon wildflowers and the rare black ones. Immerse into a fantastic tour where you will see the whole rainbow depicted along the west side.5. It is time for a quokka selfie!
When we think of Australia two animals come to our mind straight away - kangaroos and koalas. Perth has much more to offer if you know where to look… In Perth you will meet the happiest animal in the world. On Rottnest Island lives a little rascal known as quokka. These little cuties have become a major tourist attraction. Get your camera ready and take your best selfie. Snap time or should we say… #quokkaselfie time?
FAQs: Holiday Rentals & Lettings in Perth
On average, what was the cost for holiday rentals in Perth in 2020, during the corona crisis?
With an annual average price of A$269.25, Perth is not a city that stands out for being the most expensive or the cheapest in Australia.
When are holiday rentals cheaper in Perth?
If you are looking to make the most of your money, the most budget-friendly months to visit Perth are November (A$202.01 the average price per night for accommodation), December (A$207.41), and January (A$220.75).
When are holiday rentals more expensive in Perth?
It can be concluded, analysing the data for the year 2020, that the costs per night for accommodation is usually higher, on average, during the months of May (A$320), July (A$294.56), and September (A$289.04).
Is Perth a good location for a spontaneous getaway?
If you decide to discover Perth, we suggest organising your travels in advance because it tends to be very high in demand, with an annual average occupation of 67% in the year 2020.
Which months offer the highest availability?
The months that offer the most accommodation options, on average, are April (with an availability of 48.5%) May (48.4%), and June (41%), according to the trends observed in 2019.
When are there fewer rental options available in Perth?
According to data from 2020, the months when it is most difficult to find accommodation in Perth are, in order, January (with 16% of available rentals), December (20.25%), and October (24%).
Are there many holiday lettings in Perth?
In Perth we collaborate with 6 different providers to give you a choice of 1700 properties, so you will not be short of options!