Perth Western Australia
Western Australia's Perth Region is a hub of activity. With over one and a half million citizens living in the Perth metropolitan area and the surrounds, it is the most populous area in the state.
Wineries, farmstays, caves, surfing, beaches, shipwrecks, wildflowers, kangaroos, birdlife, dense forest, rolling hills and pastures, it's all here. Everywhere you look is coloured green or blue and the Australian atmosphere surrounds you at every turn.
With easy access and world-class facilities to suit every budget, the area is easily accessible. Plan for an extended holiday to this region.
This vibrant and historic working port city is situated at the mouth of the Swan River. With a population mix of hippies, yuppies, artists, musicians and designers, the port is known for it's historic european architecture and cafe culture.
Located in Perth's northern suburbs, nestled between the Indian Ocean and Lake Joondalup, the relaxed lifestyle is attractive to many. Featuring lots of natural bushland. Native wild Australian birds can be hand fed at the city's main park.
Lancelin is a relaxed coastal town, perfect for those interested in adrenaline sports. Recognised worldwide as an excellent venue for windsurfing and sandboarding on the amazingly large, white sand hills. Also great for fishing and diving.
Nestled on land surrounded by the Indian Ocean, Peel Inlet and Harvey Estuary creating an aquatic paradise. Here you can swim with dolphins, play golf by the ocean or dine at an alfresco cafe on the water's edge. Admire the huge canal homes.
The largest town on the banks of the Avon River, here you will see endless grassy slopes, shady Australian Gum Trees and find interesting arts and craft shops. Take the chance to admire the beautiful countryside in a hot air balloon ride.
Perth is a coastal city that stretches over 150 kilometres of the Indian Ocean and is famous for it's white sandy beaches. Staying by the beach for your Perth holiday is a great way to experience the blue skies and sunny days.
Western Australia's Capital City, situated on the banks of the Swan River, Perth's claim to fame is the friendly Australian hospitality, sunny climate and an emerging cafe and small bar culture. Visit Kings Park with its wonderful view of Perth's skyline.
A charming area full of forests with many bush trails, lakes and rivers and a never ending panoramic view of the coastal plain. Arts and crafts and small shops full of interesting items as well as Australian birds and wildlife.
An aquatic playground offering the delight of fairy penguins, a chance to swim with the local wild and friendly dolphins or take a boat out on the protected bay. You may like to enjoy a walk on the vast stretches of white sandy beaches.
Perth's premier wine and food destination and Western Australia's oldest wine growing region, situated just 25 minutes from Perth City. World class wineries, restaurants, cafes, breweries, distilleries, arts and crafts.
A charming town surrounded by golden pastures of wheat farms. The historical architecture has been beautifully restored to its original charm. The Avon River meanders through town which attracts local Kangaroos and Australian birdlife.
History is very evident here, reflected in the Victorian and Federation style buildings which have been beautifully restored. The town is nestled on the banks of the Avon River. You can skydive here over the Australian landscape.