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Things To Do in Perth, Western Australia

three local experts

Is Perth boring? Is it fun? How do people relax in their free time? From playing and watching live sports to listening to live music to volunteering, here's what three local experts had to say about things to do in Perth, Western Australia.

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It’s the safest city to live in. It’s very small, only about 1.5 million people. The land size is massive, the climate is hot and dry and it’s very expensive. All the beaches have white sand and massive big waves. Not all places are safe to swim or surf. The best thing about Perth is it’s very safe, it’s wet and cold in winter and the day light hours are much shorter than in summer. It’s also a very clean city.

Perth is a sprawling city in Western Australia (WA) with a wonderfully mild climate for most of the year. Public transport is very easy around the city, however, many people have a driver’s licence for convenience as commuting can take longer than expected. WA has a rich variety of natural tourist attractions that are highly sought after by adventurous people, but be warned! Distances between places are much further than they seem on the map! Perth is also renowned for its beautiful white beaches that offer a refreshing cool sea breeze on hot summer nights. These beautiful beaches stretch right up the coastline and are close by to many suburban areas. For people looking to make the move to Perth, it is handy to know there is a strange divide between the suburbs north and south of the Swan River. Suburbs within 10km of the city tend to have very expensive housing, although city living does accommodate for smaller apartments reminiscent of other capital cities. There is a laid back appeal to the Perth lifestyle that you can’t find anywhere else, and once you arrive, it’ll be hard to leave!

Perth is a beautiful place, with stunning white sand beaches lining the coast, to towering skyscrapers. The swan river runs right through the CBD with regular ferries running from one side to the other, giving you access to the Perth Zoo, and the many wonderful cafes and bistros that Perth has to offer.

Mahendra, says: 2020
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