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- A day in King's Park
- Excursion to Rottnest Island
- Culture at the Perth Cultural Centre
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Perth is the largest city in Western Australia and the cultural and economic heart of the region. It is only logical that you will find a particularly large selection of holiday accommodations here. Whether you are looking for a chic apartment in the heart of the city centre with its turn-of-the-century houses or further afield, where you can spend your holidays in an elegant vacation rental by the water or in the middle of a nature reserve. Also in the neighbouring Fremantle you will surely find a unique holiday apartment for an unforgettable holiday.
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Perth - or rather the Perth Metropolitan Area - with its almost 2 million inhabitants is the most populous city in the state of Western Australia. The nearest major city, Adelaide, is about 2,100 kilometres away. Perth's city centre is about ten kilometres inland from the coast of the Indian Ocean, where the Swan River grows into a lake. Around Perth you will find numerous nature reserves and reserves that invite you to exciting excursions.
From February to March the Perth International Arts Festival takes place, which is Australia's oldest festival of dance, music, film, literature and art.
Top 3 travel tips
King's Park with Botanical Garden is located on the outskirts of the city and takes you straight to the Australian bush. In the southern part is the botanical garden with numerous plants that grow only in Australia. Otherwise, you can spend the day in the park with a picnic or walk, watch a movie in the open-air cinema or enjoy the view of the Swan River and the houses on its banks. Of course we also take care of your physical well-being.2. A day trip to Rottnest Island
About 18 kilometres off the coast lies the small island of Rottnest Island, where motor vehicles are banned. Here you can rent a bike and go on a discovery tour - for example Quokkas live on the island, probably the friendliest and most cute little kangaroos in the world. The capital of the island is Thomson Bay, often simply called the Main Settlement. Rottnest Island can be reached by ferry from Fremantle.3. Culture at the Perth Cultural Centre
Perth has a very lively culture and art scene that has settled in the culture district. From your holiday home, take a day to visit the many museums and galleries such as the Western Australia Maritime Museum or the Art Gallery of Western Australia, and then dine in one of the city's many trendy restaurants before conquering the city's bars.