I still remember clearly when I visited my friend in Perth back in 2015. It was super random trip that decided to fly off to visit my friends there after watching Master Chef Australia. We are at the end of Pandemic and I can see that many of my friends start to travel aggressively. Best advise by my friend to travel to Perth is definitely Spring. Perfect weather, with nice flower booming and temperature in between 17 – 30 degree, you will be lucky if got rain. This perfect season falls in Sept – Nov.
Other seasons will be like:
Summer : Dec – Feb
Autumn : Mar – May
Winter : June – Aug (sort of like rainy season)
You can get your planned Perth trip or free and easy with Sedunia Travel Australia. Perth is like no other Australian city. To get the best of the state view, you need to do road trip. We can plan something like as below:
Day 1: Explore City Center
When you reach the city, of course you need to stroll around all their main attractions. I was told by my friend to hit onto their Botanic Gardens. Every corner of this botanic garden have its own view. Just chill with coffee and enjoy the landscape of city or even sea view. Little did I know I ended up 2 hours here.
Then you must not miss out the legendary insta famous spot which is the Matilda Bay’s Iconic little blue boat house within 2 mins at the southern part of the park.
Then I purposely head to their local whisky distillery Whipper Snapper Distillery. I did their factory tour and It just blew my mind away on how good their local whisky produce. I ended up bought 3 bottles of whisky.
Next, my favorite part of Perth is this place Fremantle founded in 1829 build with Victorian architecture and remnants from Australia’s days as a British penal colony. Rich with maritime history. Architecture remains the same and it is now home to some fantastic restaurants, shops and bars. Such a bustling scene yet chill with people taking their leisure time to check this place out.
- Visit the Markets
- Street shopping’s
- Plenty of place to take nice pictures
- One of my favorite beer brewery – Little Creature
- Fish and Chips is a must try here (choose any of the available there)
- Shipwrecked , Maritime, Fremantle Prison Museum
- Plenty of amazing food
Day 2 Roadtrip to the north:
Lets start with quick day early road trip by venturing all the way up north to the current most famous Pink Lake : Hutt Lagoon.
Then we move next stop to Caversham Wildlife Park to say high to all koala bears, penguins and kangaroos.
Finishing off with Wine tasting at Swan Valley, vineyard that has historically produced for more than 200 years.. Sample out your favourite wine yard, chocolate and cruise along the river.
You can pick to enjoy a 2-hour cruise down Swan River until you reach the magnificent Swan Valley.
Day 3: Road Trip to the South
This is one of the road trip that I am excitedly looking forward too. Moving to the Sourthern side seems to have a lot of interesting things to see and do along the way.
For this plan, it is best advise that you make an overnight stop instead of day trip.
- 45 mins away from the city, first stop to stop by City of Mandurah for breakfast
Then follow by next town stop at Bunbury dolphin discovery Center. Enjoy the tour facilities or feed the dolphins at the sea area with guide of professionals
Finally, reach Busselton where it is home of the longest pier in the Sourthen Hemisphere where we are going to spend a night here. What to do here:
- Visit CastleRock
- Visit Cape Naturaliste Lighthouse
- Dunsborough Beach
- Petra Olive Oil Estate
- Cheeky Monkey Brewing co – Beer brewery
Day 4: going further down to Margaret River.
A region with plenty of lunch spots and cafes in Margaret River to enjoy. I’d also recommend stopping by the tourist information centre to grab a map (you can also plan your trip with its guide) of the winery area – which is where you’re heading next!
Or there are actually Plenty to do here: Margaret River Guide
- Whale Watching
- Wine tour (a lot world class vineyard like Cape Mentelle)
- Margaret River Brew house
- Mammoth Cave
- Margaret River Farmes Market
- Margaret River chocolate Factory
Final day you can op for a few things. Check out this amazing Rottnest Island by Ferring yourself to the island, enjoy breakfast. Then you may You may choose to hire a bike and explore on your own, take a swim, go snorkelling, or get a selfie with the island’s famous furry Quokkas.
Head back to the city enjoy remaining leisure time before flying off.
There are a few ways to plan your trip here or even if you are too lazy, you can engage Sedunia Travels to join their planned trip. From Free and easy to planned tours. Really depends your cup of tea, sightseeing, nature, adventure they have it all under one roof, or even flight bookings.