Culture & Lifestyle

Discover why Perth is regularly ranked as one of the top 10 most liveable cities in the world.

Browse the very best of West Australian lifestyle and culture

Shopping

With more than 900 speciality shops in the centre of Perth and many more in Perth’s inner city villages, you’ll be spoiled for choice.

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Night Life

Whether your drink of choice is a popular favourite or something a bit more unique, Perth’s many bars have something for everyone.

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Fine Dining

From fine dining to rustic eateries and toasted cheese sandwiches, Perth’s burgeoning food scene will have something to fill you up. Here’s a list of  fifty of the very best restaurants in Perth.

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Wine Tours

Are you a fan of fine wine? Western Australia’s Margaret River region has some of the best wineries in the country.

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Coffee

Perth’s coffee scene is always growing, so there’s more than enough to go around for every kind of caffeine lover.

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Art & Culture

Here are some of the best spots to catch live music and browse art galleries in Perth, from awesome local musicians to renowned international acts.

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Sun & Sea

Endless sunshine, crystal clear water and the whitest beach sand in Australia.

Browse the very best of West Australian beach culture

Marmion Marine Park

Is a snorkelling and diving playground of limestone reefs, ledges, caves, swim-throughs and crystal-clear lagoons full of spectacular marine life.

Cottesloe Beach

Perth’s most famous beach is a popular spot for snorkelling, swimming, surfing and drinking in Western Australia’s famous ocean sunsets over a glass of local Swan Valley or Margaret River wine.

Margaret River

Only in Margaret River will you find people whose passion for surfing matches their passion for wine. With over 40 surf breaks and more than 100 wineries , we’re certain you’ll love Margaret River.

Rottnest Island

Surrounded by coral reefs and shipwrecks, the diving and snorkelling on Rottnest Island is out-of-this-world. Cycling is the best way to get around, and keep your eyes open, you’re bound too see a Quokka.

Top things to do in WA

Explore your astounding new backyard.

Browse some of Western Australia's top natural attractions

Margaret River Region

The Margaret River Region is home to some of Australia’s finest wineries, restaurants and world class surfing. Located only 3 hours south of Perth – Margaret River is the ideal country retreat from the uninterrupted pace of city life.

Karijini National Park

Located in the Pilbara region of Western Australia, Karijini National Park is a beautiful nature destination offering pristine  waterfalls and pools, towering gorges and immense chasms up to 100 metres deep.

Fremantle

The bustling town of Port Fremantle maintains Perth’s traditional 19th century history and architecture while housing some of Perth’s finest restaurants, micro-breweries and views of the fishing boat harbour.

Valley of the Giants

Located in Denmark in the South-West of WA, Valley of the Giants hosts some of the tallest trees on Earth. Take the majestic tree top walk into the canopy of Western Australia’s ancient Tingle Forrest – Breathe the purest air on Earth.

Kings Park

Kings Park Botanical Garden is the green heart of Perth City. Located only 1.5 km from the CBD, Kings Park is a popular place for romance and relaxation, with it’s stunning vistas stretching over the Swan River to the Darling escapement and beyond.

Swan Valley

Just 25 minutes East of Perth, the Swan Valley is Western Australia’s oldest wine region. Many of the vineyards are still owned by the descendants of Australia’s first European settlers. Take a wine tour in the valley, do lunch at one of 70 restraunts and cafe’s. Stop off in Guilford an experience Australia’s colonial charm.

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