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A Liveable Student Destination

If you are a sandy beach lover and excited to visit city parks, Perth is an option for you. It is the warmest capital of Australia. Not only the city has numerous outdoor settings but it also offers world-class educational institutions with a peaceful lifestyle. Other than this, it also provides post-study opportunities as it has a vibrant economy.

Shake it and Chill!

Kings Park

Kings Park is a nice place to chill as it is the nation’s largest inner-city garden. It is stretched 400-hectare which is based right at the center of Perth. It has various attractions such as oasis filled with p Lotterywest Federation, the DNA Tower climb and the State War Memorial.

Deeper in Wine

In Western Australia, Swan Valley is known for its wine and fresh produce. It is only 25-minute away from Perth. Go to some of the area’s best wineries along with the stunning views.

Wander at Rottnest Island

This island is known for its unique wildlife, mesmerizing beaches, and fascinating views. You need to visit on the ferry from Fremantle and spend your day exploring the indigenous wildlife.

Excellent Transport Facilities


The city six train lines heading out from the city; four from the Perth train station and two from Perth underground which is linked to the main station.


If you are taking shorter trips so take a bus ride which leaves every 15 minutes, but less frequent outside of business hours. The city also has a network of free CAT buses that run in loops around the city. The timings are between 7 am and 7:30 pm, and every 15 minutes for an hour or two.


The ferry ride will give you a circular trip around the river every half an hour on weekdays.


Uber is now becoming an individual’s option for safe and efficient travel. It is giving great competition to the available taxis in the region.

Perth’s suburbs

City Centre

The transformational changes in the city center have attracted many people to visit here and enjoy the new restaurants, cafes, and bars. It is also home to some of Perth’s most significant monuments which reflect the rich history of the Perth.

South Perth and Bentley

Looking for a perfect spot to chill and relax? Get acquainted with the mesmerizing city views from its foreshore. Grill your chicken and stakes and have a good picnic at any time of the year. The region characterizes huge stretches of parkland with sufficient running and walking tracks

Northbridge, Leederville and Mt Lawley

A person who loves to party and nightlife? Hop in the mix of hipster bars, cool nightclubs, international food stores, and coffee shops. It is very lively during January and February when it swarms the Fringe World which is the third-largest Fringe festival in the world.

Crawley, Claremont, and Subiaco

Perth’s ‘Golden Triangle’ is a good shopping spot with a pocket-friendly budget. You can also enjoy the thrilling rides at the parklands and playgrounds.

Perth’s Top 5s Destinations to visit


Music venues




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