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Perth Guide

What are the best places to stay in Perth?


Fremantle is one of the most historic areas to explore when you book return flights to Perth. The neighbourhood played a vital role in the marine history of Western Australia, and it was also infamous as a convict settlement. Today, this history blends with trendy restaurants and cafes to make Fremantle one of the most charming neighbourhoods to spend time in after your flights to Perth. Fremantle is located about 30 minutes’ drive from central Perth and is right beside the ocean. It’s the ideal neighbourhood to stay in when you book airfare to Perth if you would like to experience the coastal side of the city.

Mount Lawley

Located a short distance north of the CBD, Mount Lawley offers easy access into the city centre. As an inner suburb, Mount Lawley is teeming with culture and activity, but on a more laid back scale than the bustling CBD. Mount Lawley is known as one of the most fashionable neighbourhoods to visit after your cheap flights to Perth. Throughout the neighbourhood, you’ll find a variety of restaurants, cafes, bars, and boutique shops. Another feature of Mount Lawley is the Astor Theatre. This Art Deco-style theatre opened in 1919 and showcases new and exciting performances every week.

Perth CBD

If you’re hoping to be at the centre of all the action when you book return flights to Perth, you can’t go wrong with booking accommodation in the CBD. It is made up of towering skyscrapers, popular restaurants, and many of the city’s main attractions. The CBD is located on the banks of the Swan River, which gives it a beautiful waterfront setting. There are endless things to do around the CBD when you have flights to Perth, including Elizabeth Quay, Kings Park, and the open-air Hay Street Mall.


What are Perth’s most famous landmarks and monuments?

Swan Bell Tower

The iconic Swan Bell Tower is one of the most recognisable landmarks on the Perth cityscape. It features a glass tower that reaches 82.5 metres (271 feet) into the sky. While visiting the tower after your cheap flights to Perth, you can also see the 18 St Martin-in-the-Fields bells. These historic bells were created in 14th century England and donated to Western Australia in 1988. Tickets to Perth’s Swan Bell Tower include a guided tour, insight on the tower’s history, and an opportunity to chime the famous bells.

Round House

This landmark was constructed in 1830, making it the first permanent building in the Swan River Colony and the oldest building in WA. It was used as a prison up until the late 1890s when it became a private residence for the police constable and was later transferred to the Fremantle Harbour Trust. Today, Round House is a tourist site that’s open to visitors with airfare to Perth. Knowledgeable guides lead visitors through Round House, sharing stories about its history. Plan to visit around 1pm after your flights to Perth to witness a cannon-blasting ceremony.

Scarborough Beach

There are handfuls of magnificent beaches to visit around Perth. One of the best is Scarborough Beach, which is located about 20 minutes’ drive northwest of the city centre. On the beach, you could spend your day swimming and surfing in the beautiful Indian Ocean. Just beside the beach, visitors with cheap flights to Perth can also visit an assortment of restaurants and cafes along the Scarborough Esplanade.


What is the cost of visiting Perth?

Once you have booked your return flights to Perth, a hotel and rental car can also be booked through Webjet. Hotels around the CBD and inner suburbs typically costs between $150 and $200 NZD per night. If you choose to rent a car to use after your flights to Perth, rates start from about $35 NZD per day. Cars booked through Webjet can be picked up from Perth Airport (PER) or from locations in the city.

If you would prefer to explore the area by public transport after your flights to Perth, transport is widely available across the city and its suburbs. In the CBD, you can benefit from a free transport zone. When you travel outside of the CBD, the Perth region is broken up into zones. A single fare on Perth trains or buses costs between $2.20 and $4.90 AUD (about $2.35 and $5.25 NZD) for inner suburbs, including Fremantle.

Entertainment costs are also important to factor into your budget when you book tickets to Perth. Visiting a casual sit-down restaurant will cost about $18 AUD (about $19.30 NZD) for a meal. In terms of drinks, a latte often costs around $5 AUD (about $5.35 NZD) in Perth, and a pint of beer averages at about $10 AUD (about $10.70 NZD).