During springtime, this city begins to bask in blooming and fragrant flowers. In fact, despite sweltering temps and high season rates, September through November is known as the best time to visit Perth. The off-season (March, April, and May) is known for moderate crowds and lower prices, which makes for another option when planning your visit. Endless outdoor activities and water fun abound, and don’t miss savoring Perth’s famed pine mushrooms. December through February mark the most scorching temps of the year. Hotel prices significantly drop, so it is the most affordable time to go. Live like the locals, and immerse yourself in electronic music at the Electric Gardens Festival. Low season, from June to August, usually brings heavy rains and sometimes even storms; however, the chance to encounter mild weather, keen prices, and smiling quokkas is still high.
The world's smallest marsupial, the quokka, lives on the Rottnest Island and is considered to be the world's happiest animal
These grow in places where the soil is densely covered with old coniferous needles, and often hide under them
One of the latest fruits of the year that will brighten up any dessert!
Enjoy the longest whale-watching season in the world
Pumpkin seeds were brought to Australia on the First Fleet back in 1788
This glossy and brightly colored fruit will be a good addition to your meal
One of the best days to go shopping or enjoy a family BBQ
Electronic-centric music festival in Sydney, Melbourne, Perth, Adelaide, and also Auckland
Get the real Australian vibe at this lights festival
Say farewell to 2020 at one of the many celebrations and parties taking place in Perth
The capital of Western Australia holds dozens of events to celebrate the Lunar New Year
In most refined dishes, asparagus should maintain its taste and structure: it should be slightly soft, but not too much
One of the largest free family-friendly festivals in Western Australia