The Perth City Skyline taken from across the Swan River in South Perth.

Perth Metro

We dare you to get bored in this region!

Perth (Mooro) is Australia’s sunniest capital city and you’ll get to experience more than just amazing sunsets, you'll experience an amazing laid back lifestyle, with it's finger on the pulse of innovation, technology, environment, culture and design. Perth and surrounds has a raw natural beauty and makes the perfect base for your Western Australian experience. 

Perth is one of the most beautiful regions in all of Western Australia. It's a land of lush green forests, pristine beaches, and crystal clear rivers - perfect for any traveler looking to explore the great outdoors. From swimming with dolphins to tasting world-class wines, there's something for everyone here. Read on to learn more about this stunning region!

What to Do in Perth

No matter what kind of traveler you are, you'll find plenty to do in Perth. Nature lovers will enjoy exploring Yanchep National Park and Nambung National Park, where you can take a hike or simply admire the landscape from afar. There are also plenty of opportunities for wildlife spotting; look out for kangaroos, wallabies, dolphins, seals and even whales! If you're feeling adventurous, then why not try your hand at some watersports? You can go snorkeling or diving off the coast or take a kayaking tour down one of the area's numerous rivers.

If water activities aren't your thing, then fear not - there's still lots to do. Explore Fremantle and its vibrant markets; or head over to Rottnest Island and soak up some sun on its stunning beaches. Whatever it is that you're looking for, you'll find it here in Perth & Peel!

Where to Stay in Perth

Accommodation options abound in Perth from luxurious resorts overlooking the ocean to budget-friendly hostels close to town centers. For those who are looking for something truly unique however, consider staying in one of the region's many eco-lodges. These lodges offer a chance to get back to nature while still being surrounded by comfort and luxury - perfect for those seeking an unforgettable experience!

Rottnest Island

Rottnest Island is a protected nature reserve and home to the adorable quokka, a small wallaby-like marsupial regarded world-wide as one of the most friendly animals on Earth. Rottnest has many white sandy beaches and secluded coves including the Basin, Thomson Bay, the main hub and ferry port. Strickland Bay is known for its surf breaks, while reef breaks occur at Radar Reef, off the island's far western tip.

Fremantle

From stunning beaches to vibrant markets and culture spots – there is something for everyone in Fremantle! This charming coastal town offers an eclectic mix of attractions that will make your trip unforgettable. Whether you’re looking for a relaxing getaway or an exciting adventure – Fremantle has it all! So what are you waiting for? Pack your bags and get ready to explore this beautiful city!

Perth & Peel is a stunning region that has something for everyone - no matter what type of traveler you are! Explore lush forests and pristine beaches; spot wildlife including kangaroos and dolphins; go snorkeling or kayaking; sample world-class wines; or simply relax on one of Rottnest Island’s beautiful beaches! With so much beauty just waiting to be discovered here in Perth & Peel, why wait? Start planning your trip today!

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