There is something for everyone in Perth, Western Australia
When Perth was statistically deemed by The Economist to be amongst the top 10 most liveable cities in the world, not many people were surprised. With a metropolitan population that is yet shy of 2 million (1,660,000), Perth WA is the biggest city in Western Australia. It’s also home to the fourth largest population on the continent. Its big population has however not dampened its appeal. Founded almost two centuries ago (in 1829), Perth, has since grown to become the political, social and cultural centre of Western Australia. Holidaymakers who visit this city have quickly come to realise one important fact. There’s something for everyone in Perth. And yes, I mean everyone.
The first thing that most visitors to Perth are likely to notice is how friendly its citizens are. With warm guides to provide you with assistance and even warmer Perth accommodation options, holidaymakers are able to settle in quickly within hours of their arrival. Depending on which of the many Perth accommodation options you chose, you’ll be able to get a ride from any of the two airports in the city.
Art and Culture
Art aficionados will definitely enjoy their visit to the Perth cultural centre which is home to different art institutions including the Western Australian Museum, the Art Gallery of Western Australia and the Alexander Library amongst others. Within the Art Gallery of Western Australia are countless exhibitions along with the state Art collections. Lovers of maritime artefacts are also bound to appreciate the offerings of the Western Australia Maritime Museum which holds several different maritime objects collected over time including an actual (though retired) Australian navy sub.
With the sunset comes an even wider array of social and cultural options. You can for instance visit any of the various theatres located within the Perth City and enjoy an evening of ballet, theatre or orchestral events. A number of the popular venues where these can be found include the Burswood Dome, His Majesty’s Theatre and the Subiaco Oval. If you wish for a less classic way of spending the evening, you can hit the nightclub and enjoy dancing to modern or folk music.
Food and Drink
Like most popular cities around the world, Perth boasts an impressive array of local and foreign cuisine options. Due to its rich cultural diversity, you’ll be able to find familiar meals at most restaurants and also exotic options such as Indian, Chinese, Japanese, Polish and Turkish dishes-all of which can be enjoyed with a bottle of fine local red wine. Perth is also rumoured to be the home of the best pizza on the planet.
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