A trip down under to Australia can be an exciting yet potentially expensive trip to make. We have chosen our top six cheap places to stay in Perth which will help you look after the pennies. Our comparison tool scans top holiday sites to find the best available deals online.
*Hotels were chosen for having impressive independent reviews, enviable customer satisfaction & offering remarkable value for money.
STILL UNDECIDED? HERE'S WHY YOU SHOULD GO TO PERTH!
Soak up the atmosphere
Tourism is booming in Western Australia with Perth attracting tourists from all over the globe and it's not hard to understand why either with long hours of sunshine, an abundance of natural beauty and a super laid back approach to life. This attractive city is a perfect location to use as a base for exploring near and far and is blessed with some of Western Australia’s best accommodation, here you will find stunning five star hotels from the world’s leading brands.
A city break with a difference!
The city itself is well set up for tourists with free buses transporting visitors to many of Perth's best loved and popular attractions including Swan Bell Tower, the Perth Cultural Centre and Perth Art Gallery. Perth is also a great location for shopaholics with numerous shopping malls and high-end boutiques luring your hard earned dollars out of your pocket. One of the most popular places to check out is Swan River; here you can watch numerous boats sailing past the memorable city skyline, (especially striking at night) or cruise down to the buzzing atmosphere of Freemantle with its colourful markets, bookshops, boutique shops and Australia Maritime Museum. The city comes to life at night and especially popular is the Northbridge district with its numerous world class restaurants, cafes and bars offering a huge choice of gourmet cuisine drawing from its multi-cultural society.
Son of a beach!
Perth is fortunate when it comes to amazing beaches with no less than 19 dotted along the coastline, the most visited being Cottesloe which is located a mere 15 minutes from the city centre offering fresh seafood and a long maritime history all wrapped up in a chilled out relaxed village atmosphere. To the north you will find Cable Beach boasting some of the most stunning Indian Ocean sunsets and located south you find Lucky Bay with its much-admired white sands.
A real treat...
There's many more attractions to be found outside of the city limits, located just 3 hours south of the city is Margaret River, one of Australia’s undoubted premier wine and food regions. Here you will find a plethora of fine wine cellars and fabulous dining experiences with beef and truffles, fresh crayfish, homemade fudge, chocolates and artisan cheeses. Also, consider visiting Western Australia’s magnificent Great South West Coast and enjoy memorable beaches, ancient tall forests, world class surfing and primeval caves. Pop along to the Cape Naturaliste Lighthouse where you can frequently see migrating whales or take a trip to Busselton and see the longest timber jetty in the world as well as the famous underwater observatory. Nearby are two of Australia’s World Heritage Sites, Ningaloo Reef and Shark Bay, other stunning attractions include Rottnest and the Dampier Archipelago and Rowley Shoals and the beautiful Abrolhos Islands. Australia’s great Outback is certainly one to add to your 'to do list', the views of the Bungle Bungle Range are simply legendary with it's famous rock formations known as the pinnacles.