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Perth holidays offer the Australian good life: miles of soft white sandy beaches, a buzzing nightlife scene, a fantastic climate, excellent shopping opportunities, world-class dining and enough surf and swimming to get the adrenaline flowing.

Why go?

A holiday in Perth is the best way to discover everything that's wonderful about Australia...

Sandwiched between the brilliant blues of the Indian Ocean and the Darling Range, the rapidly growing city of Perth sits proudly on the banks of the Swan River and welcomes visitors from all over the world into Perth Airport (PER).

Holidays in Perth, which is the capital of Western Australia, are about enjoying the best of Australia - sun, sea, surf and a heady city life combined with the thrills of the great outdoors.

Perth's modern downtown boasts a great range of restaurants, bars and shops, while the city's accommodation is of a high standard and represents good value for money.

You'll be spoiled for choice with the city's many beaches. Perhaps you'll choose Port Beach, which has soft white sand and views across the sea to Rottnest Island? Or maybe the tree-lined boulevard and surfing action at Cottesloe Beach will have you laying out your towel? City Beach and Scarborough Beach also draw sun-loving crowds.

You can hop across to Rottnest Island, too, which is a popular holiday destination in itself and teeming with Australian wildlife, such as the rare quokka, which is similar to a small wallaby. Dolphins and whales can often be spotted in the waters surrounding the island.
Perth has its fair share of cultural offerings, as well, with many museums and galleries. And when you've explored these, the kids will thank you for trips to The Aquarium of Western Australia and Perth Zoo.

The whole party can dive headfirst into sporting activities such as fishing, diving and a host of water sports.

And when all that sun-drenched action has worn you out, head for the tranquillity of beautiful Kings Park, which crowns Mount Eliza and affords terrific views of the city skyline from under the shade of many trees. The botanical gardens here are a must see.

Perth is also a great base for exploring more of the western coast of this vast nation. To the south you'll discover the verdant wine region of Margaret River, from where some of Australia's finest wine comes. And in the north there's Shark Bay and Monkey Mia, where dolphin encounters await. Stay a little closer to Perth and witness the spectacular Pinnacles, a unique and ancient landscape of spiky rock formations.

Throw yourself into Australian life: get on your swimming gear, rustle up a barbecue or simply enjoy some of the best city life on the planet. Perth has it all and holidays can be found by using TravelSupermarket's easy-to-use search tool.

When to go?

The height of summer in Perth is from December to February, which gets very hot, while winter days can drop to a cool 10C...

Perth enjoys some of the best weather in Australia. The southern hemisphere summer between December and February sees daily average temperatures above 30C, and at times above 40C. Winter is mild and wet, with temperatures veering from 10C to 17C and June and July seeing the most rainfall. Spring and autumn are pleasant with temperatures in the 20Cs and low rainfall.

It's a long way away, so cheap holidays to Perth aren't always easy to find. By booking well in advance you can improve your chances of finding a bargain. Use our search tool and compare the best Perth package holidays.

What's on?

Australians know how to party and you'll discover plenty of annual events, whenever you travel...

Australia Day; January 26: Fireworks light the sky above Perth and the Swan River during this annual celebration of Australia's national day. Kick off the evening with a picnic to enjoy this day the Australian way.

Perth International Arts Festival; February/March: Classical music, circus, dance, theatre, opera, modern music... there is plenty to see and do during this annual celebration of art and culture, including many free and family friendly events.

Stewart Park Festival; July: More than 30 free live concerts are on offer to visitors during this festival, which is held in Stewart Park on the Tay River.

Perth Royal Show; September: Nearly half a million people descend on Claremont Showground to enjoy the agricultural aspects of Western Australia alongside rides, fireworks and plenty of other fun activities.

Fremantle Festival; November: Perth's neighbouring city of Fremantle hosts this yearly spectacular where many events are held. Expect theatre, comedy, a fiesta for the kids, music, and parades.

What to do?

Families, couples, groups - every type of traveller can find a special moment (or 10!) in welcoming Perth...

Kids and teens: Perth Zoo is one of Australia's finest, and youngsters will enjoy the great focus on education.

Romance: Kings Park on Mount Eliza is a perfect spot for an intimate picnic as you gaze out across the superb city of Perth below.

Relaxing: Scarborough Beach is an ideal spot for laying down your towel and spending an afternoon under the sun.