Delightfully drenched in sunlight, the city in Western Australia appeals to tourists of every calibre. The city bursts with classic Australian charm, with its outdoor excursions, beaches, and the delicious grubs at restaurants. Autumn is a season when Perth becomes packed with both local and foreign tourists, and here’s why.

The Swan River

To view the city from a different light, sign up for a cruise along the Swan River. Most tourists prefer to take an upriver cruise to the Swan Valley, a region fecund with grapes.

Hillarys Boat Harbour

Quay at Hillarys Boat Harbour,Perth | Image via unsplash

Twenty-six minutes from Pan Pacific Perth is Hillary’s Boat Harbour, one of the most popular things to see in Perth. Located north of central Perth, Hillarys Boat Harbour is an attraction you can visit with family. The Aquarium of Western Australia is found here, which is the main attraction. Walkways, bike paths, and beaches make the harbor a fun day out!


What better way to enjoy Perth in its quintessence than visit the beaches? Autumn is the best time to hit the beaches here because, unlike in summertime, the heat is not unbearable during autumn. You can relax on the soft sand or go for a refreshing dip in the warm waters.