Guide to Perth
The City offers the best of modern lifestyle, nature, culture and history to its residents and tourist.
People come here all year round for work, better standard of living or recreation. While Perth is among the most isolated major cities in the world, it has great transport, thriving economy, scenic beaches, sports centres, and much more to offer.
Since the capital of Western Australia is a coastal area, you can find a harmony between urban life with greenery. Here is air is balmy, most days are sunnier than other capitals and you have a number of places to visit. You can bask in beauty and tranquillity at the Kings Park, explore the Swan Valley’s vineyards, enjoy a weekend getaway at the Rottnest Island and do so much more than work. Perth boasts a steadily growing job market, top-class education facilities, low pollution levels, low crime rates, lush-green spaces, beautiful and spacious housing, culinary delights, a thriving commercial market and the list goes on.
Other things the city has to offer include inspiring art, local culture, delicious food, introduction to Aboriginals etc. So, whether you are in Perth or planning to visit, there are many things you can do and learn with the inclination and zeal to explore.