Perth

7 Apr 2020 - 8 Apr 2020

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Perth Hotels


Australia's sunniest and most remote state capital, Perth gives plenty of reasons to justify the long flight. From pristine beaches on the Indian Ocean to the wine country and the cosmopolitan city itself, the gateway to Western Australia shows the state in its best light.


There's no shortage of cheap hotels in Perth, on either side of the Swan River. Learn more about the local neighbourhoods and surrounding suburbs with Skyscanner Australia to choose your ideal Perth accommodation.


Where to stay in Perth


Perth CBD


Walking the pedestrian-friendly streets or taking the free CAT bus, the central business district is the starting point for tours of the city. Perth has something for everyone, whether you're catching a match at nib Stadium or WACA, having a cultured night out at Perth Concert Hall or seeking the best food and drink in the city down Murray Street. Central Perth hotels tend to be more expensive, but you can still find cheap deals if you shop around.


Northbridge

Next to the CBD and north of Hyde Park, Northbridge has become one of Perth's trendiest districts in recent years, home of the city's most popular bars and clubs. A multi-ethnic community means a huge variety of restaurants, and you can explore local culture and history at the Museum of Western Australia and the art galleries. There are lots of cheap hotels in Northbridge targeted at young backpackers, with more refined options too.


Fremantle

A Perth suburb and city in its own right, Fremantle (or 'Freo') is even more laid-back than Perth, with a strong arts and culture scene represented at independent galleries, live music venues and handmade souvenir shops. As WA's first port, it's one for history buffs too. Fremantle hotels include cosy guesthouses and chain hotels.


What to do in Perth


Hit the beaches

Continue north from Fremantle and you'll find a seemingly endless stretch of white sand beaches. To get started, read Skyscanner's insider's guide to Perth's best beaches.


Rottnest Island

Catch the express ferry from Fremantle for a day trip to the land of the quokkas. Other than one bus, motorised transport isn't allowed on Rottnest Island, so hire a bicycle to see the sights of this small island and meet its adorable residents for unmissable photo opportunities.


Serpentine National Park

An hour's drive south of Perth, Serpentine is a favourite swimming spot for locals, especially in the summer. It's also got some great hiking trails if you want to work up a sweat before taking a cooling plunge.


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Please note: all information is correct as of April 2019.

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What are travellers saying about Perth?

9.8
Family Travellers
9.5
Outdoor Enthusiasts
8.0
Adventure Travellers
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Green Travellers
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Member reviews (148)
Andy McPhedran
Andy McPhedran
03/09/2019

Worked in W.A. for2 years. Loved weekends in Perth. Great nite life. Good bars. Friendly people, mostly Kiwis.

Bakh Trj9
Bakh Trj9
21/06/2019

I had a good time surrounded by magnificient green environment, refreshes atmosphere and kind people.

Georgia Mul
Georgia Mul
20/06/2019

Beautiful city with beautiful beaches, the absolute best in Australia! And the worldn

Qiian Yee
Qiian Yee
20/05/2019

Relaxing. A lot of nice national parks to explore. Make sure to visit the cellar door in Margaret River.

FAQs

The least expensive month is March, with an average of $ 151 per night. The most expensive month to stay in Perth is July, with an average price of $ 182 per night.
The average price of a hotel in March last year was $ 163 per night. This is the same as the average nightly price seen over the previous 12 months.
In Perth, the expected average temperature in March is 22.5°C/72.6°F. The warmest month is typically February, which averages 32.1°C/89.8°F. The coolest month is August, with temperatures averaging 7.0°C/44.6°F.
The nearest airport to Perth is Perth (PER) (10.73km). Other nearby airports include: Rottnest Island (30.84km)

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