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Things to do in Perth
Stunning beaches, a picturesque wine region and a buzzing nightlife makes Perth a not so remote city for a goodtime. Here is our guide to entertaining yourself in Perth.
Checkout the Beaches
Gorgeous beaches are one of the perks of living in Perth. The sunsets in the west coast are sensational. Hence most people love to chill at the beach for the entire day and wrap up the day with a beer and sunset. But, which beach should you choose? We’ve picked the best on your behalf.
Cottesloe Beach is one of Perth’s most popular beaches for swimming, snorkeling and bit of surfing. ‘Cott’ is just a 15 minute drive away from the city center, or you could take the Transperth bus. And if you wouldn’t mind a leisurely walk, hop on the Fermantle train line and stroll towards the beach from the Cottesloe station.
Located just a 20 minute drive away from the city centre, Mullaloo Beach is definitely kid-friendly. Mostly because, the waters are calm and the beach scattered with soft white sand. The kids can enjoy the playground facilities as well as the parkland overlooking the beach.
Checkout the Wineries in Swan Valley
Swan Valley is teeming with wineries established in the days after World War I and II. Hence, the region’s wine culture has grown and evolved to perfection over the years. Visit the picturesque Margaret River or Avon Valley. Most of the wineries are family owned and you’ll find an exhilarating range of varieties and flavours to savour.
Enjoy Perth’s Nightlife
Come dusk, Perth’s nightlife moves towards Northbridge. This buzzing nightlife spot is just a few minutes’ walk away from the train station and bus terminal. And, you’ll find the biggest concentration of the city’s nightclubs in Northbridge. The area is also scattered with pubs, discotheques and a multitude of restaurants serving inspired fare. The best nights happen to be Thursday and Friday, and of course, the weekend nights promise a blast.
Things to do in Perth Today
Perth is considered the most isolated city in the world. However, since Perth keeps on developing, it is becoming a very exciting place to live in with the vibrant feel which it gives out. New attractions keep on springing up and there are now many free things to do in the city of Perth.
The climate in May is really excellent the temperature varies from around 22° / 12° C Rain is likely for about 1/3 of the month.
The Swan River Kings Park and Cityscapes
The Swan River is gorgeous and flows right through Perth into the Indian Ocean. You can enjoy a free walk or a ride along the Swan River. You will have the unique opportunity to view the cityscapes in its photographic glory while walking or cycling along the river. You can either view the city from the river bank or ride to Kings Park to enjoy nature at its best. There are a number of exciting adventures you can embark on with no cost in Perth. So what are you waiting for? Head over there…
The Mullaloo Beach
Mullaloo beach is a little North of Hillarys and just a short drive from Joondalup
The Mullaloo Beach is a popular swimming beach that is ideal for those of all ages for both swimming and sunbathing on the soft white sand which is offered free of charge. There are playgrounds for children to enjoy themselves in and shady trees where you can have a homemade picnic at leisure. There is also a fishing spot for all the aspiring fishermen to enjoy their favorite pastime.
The Lancelin Sand Dunes
The Lancelin Sand Dunes located in the North of Perth is ideal for those who are in constant search of adventure in their lives. There are huge 45-degree angle dunes in which you can enjoy sandboarding with the use of a dirt bike or a four-wheel-drive vehicle. Go to the top of the peak and be rewarded for your efforts with the spectacular view of Lancelin with its farmland as well as the coastline.
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