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Discover the delights of Perth

Book your flights to Perth with Etihad Airways and explore a laid-back city tucked away from the rest of the world.

This Western Australian hotspot sits beneath idyllic blue skies and boasts beautiful beaches and a renowned arts scene.

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Life in Perth generally moves at a more relaxed pace than in its eastern cousins of Sydney, Melbourne and Brisbane, but it’s the perfect introduction to Australia.

Wander around the stunning Kings Park, visit Swan Valley or feel the sand between your toes at beaches such as Cottesloe, Scarborough and Swanbourne.

Nearby, the quirky port community of Fremantle is buzzing with art and culture. Further afield, the incredible natural phenomenon of Hyden’s Wave Rock provides unforgettable photo opportunities.

Book your Perth plane tickets today and prepare for an unforgettable holiday in Australia’s sunniest city.

What's the weather like in Perth?

Average temperatureAverage rainfall

JAN

24°C

1cm

FEB

25°C

1cm

MAR

23°C

2cm

APR

20°C

4cm

MAY

17°C

11cm

JUN

14°C

15cm

JUL

13°C

16cm

AUG

14°C

13cm

SEP

15°C

8cm

OCT

17°C

5cm

NOV

20°C

2cm

DEC

22°C

1cm

Perth is a great place to visit all year round, enjoying near constant sunshine and warm temperatures.

The yearly average temperature is around 19°C. Rainfall is infrequent but highest between June
and August.

Reasons to visit Perth

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The banks of Swan River

A beautiful body of water flowing through Perth, Swan River is an ideal location to enjoy fishing, see the local wildlife, go paddling or even take a boat ride for a spectacular view of the city.

Unwind and enjoy the view from the riverside at the local cafes and restaurants, or take an idyllic bike ride along the lush shoreline.

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Relax at Rottnest Island

Lying off the coast of Perth is the sun-kissed island of Rottnest, with its white sands and secluded coves offering a soothing contrast to the city’s busy streets.

Blessed with splendid scenery, an array of marine life and some of the country’s most pristine bays, Rottnest is where Perth’s natives go for a break. Here, visitors can have their photos taken alongside cat-sized marsupial quokkas, stride out on the walking trails of Wadjemup Bidi or snorkel in the blue waters off any of its 60-plus beaches.

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Stroll through Fremantle

Affectionately known as ‘Freo’ by locals, the charming port community of Fremantle has long been famed in Western Australia for its eclectic mix of shops and restaurants as well as its passion for live music. Winding streets are filled with the sound of buskers and lined with galleries, art stalls and trendy cafes, making it the perfect place to visit for an afternoon of shopping and dining.

Enjoy a coffee on Cappuccino Strip or fashionable Wray Avenue. Buy food, clothes and handicrafts at the Fremantle Markets, which date from 1897, or head to the old Fremantle Prison, now a tourist attraction and World Heritage Site.

Things to know before you fly to Perth

plane Airport transfers

Regular bus services run between Perth Airport, the city centre and surrounding areas. The six-mile journey from the airport to Elizabeth Quay Bus Station in the middle of the city typically takes around 45 minutes.

bus Getting around

Perth is an easy place to explore via public transport, while the city’s good weather means walking and cycling are possible all year round. If you’re catching buses, trains or ferries, then consider buying a Transperth SmartRider card. These ‘tap on and tap off’ cards entitle users to cheaper fares.

accommodation Where to stay

One of the best areas to stay in Perth is the city’s central business district. Close to the main attractions and with many hotels to choose from, guests are also well served by public transport, so getting around is simple. The Northbridge neighbourhood is a good bet for luxury accommodation.

socket Plugs

You’ll need type I power plugs and sockets to charge your electronics in Australia. If your country uses a different power plug type, we recommend purchasing a universal adaptor before you fly to Perth.

Flying to Perth: FAQs

What is the food like in Perth?

Due to its waterfront location, Perth is the ideal location for seafood. You’ll find a range of fine dining near Swan River with spectacular views of the water.

How many days should I spend in Perth?

Five days is plenty of time to explore the city and its immediate surroundings, including a day trip to Fremantle. If you want to undertake a more extensive tour of Western Australia, allow at least three weeks – this will give you time to visit the resort town of Broome with its views over the Indian Ocean.

What should I see in Perth?

Perth has plenty to keep its visitors busy, with many free attractions. Must-sees include green and serene Kings Park and the picturesque Swan Valley area. For a spot of culture, try the Art Gallery of Western Australia or the Perth Institute of Contemporary Arts. The dynamic port community of Fremantle is a 30-minute drive away.

Are there any major festivals and celebrations in Perth?

Perth’s calendar is brimming with all sorts of festivals. The biggest is its Australia Day celebration, which takes place across the city and over the Swan River on 26th January. Other events to look out for include Fremantle’s Blessing of the Fleet procession and the Perth Royal Show.

Why we love Perth

“Perth combines the best of two worlds: a bustling city with a vibrant nightlife, and all the culture of a smaller, seaside community. Rottnest Island is a lovely place to visit and there are plenty of great shops on King Street.”

The best of Australia

From the bustling metropolis of Sydney to surfer’s paradise that is Byron Bay, adventure is never far away in Australia – including in Perth.

Explore our online travel magazine, Atlas, to discover why Australia is one of the most popular destinations for solo travelers – from off-grid living to culture-fueled cities. Whether you’re here for an extended stay or a quick break, find out why so many people fall in love with Australia.

Book the lowest flight deals to Perth (PER) from GBP 812

London (LHR) to Perth (PER)

Departure Tue 14 Apr 2020,
Return Tue 5 May 2020
from GBP812*

Manchester (MAN) to Perth (PER)

Departure Thu 30 Apr 2020,
Return Sun 31 May 2020
from GBP830*
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Weather in Perth

25 °C
Wednesday26 Feb 2020
27 °C
Thursday27 Feb 2020
31 °C
Friday28 Feb 2020
26 °C
Saturday29 Feb 2020
27 °C
Sunday1 Mar 2020
24 °C
Monday2 Mar 2020
27 °C
Tuesday3 Mar 2020
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