Sitting on the outer western edge of the continent, and closer to Jakarta than it is to Sydney, Perth is Australia’s most remote capital city. Not that there’s anything remotely backward about this gleaming city beside the Swan River. With a thriving café and dining scene, and vast acreages of green spaces, Perth has been ranked among the world’s most livable cities. With an average of 8.8 sunshine hours per day, Perth is Australia’s sunniest capital city, so your getaway to Perth can be a sun-soaked adventure combined with the salubriousness of a big city boutique hotel.
You can spend your days having treatments in boujee spas, take a trip down to “Freeo” (Fremantle) for a seafood lunch, or ride a ferry out to Rottnest Island to get a selfie with a quokka. If you’re feeling energetic you could climb the 242 steps of Jacob’s Ladder, or walk the Kokoda Track (a memorial to the Diggers who fought in Papua New Guinea). And as the sun dips towards the western horizon, you can take a bus out to Cottesloe Beach and walk along its beautiful strip of crunchy yellow sand, washed by the warm Indian Ocean.
Located in the cultural and entertainment precinct of Perth city is the Great Southern Hotel. Walking distance to fabulous restaurants […]
Located in the heart of Perth, is the contemporary COMO The Treasury hotel. Situated in two of the city’s most […]