Perth City: A local masterpiece

Perth City is a mixture of pleasant climate, vibrant colors, warmth neighborhoods and stunning beaches. Plus, it offers cultural hotspots, underground train line, and huge mining pit, alfresco dining, bar-bistros and relaxed urban vibe. Apparently, these components exist in harmony in Perth.

You can enjoy more sunny days than in other capitals of Australia. You can also get to explore their Kings Park which is the largest inner-city park in the world or visit the Rottnest Island where the quokkas are the main attraction. The Fremantle’s winding portside streets, their gallery precinct, and the museum also give tourists that historical feel.

The Best City to Live

According to the 2015 Global Liveability ranking of The Economist, Perth is one of the fastest growing cities across the globe. People are living a stress-free lifestyle while enjoying city perks. It’s like having an outdoor lifestyle with an easy commuting system. There are various inner-city developments like the Waterbank, Perth Arena, and the city skyline.

What most of us like about Perth is that everyone can have a balanced work and play because of the nearby beaches, waterways, bar scenes and green zones. So yeah, you can get the best of both worlds. They also have shopping malls, restaurants, bars, and cafes.

Food lovers and wine enthusiasts will surely enjoy the Elizabeth Quay where they can find places for a delicious dining experience. The Quay also offers activities such as sea plane rides, cruises and gondola rides. Now that sounds adventure to us!

Rich in Arts and Culture

Aside from getting a sun-kissed skin and salty hair, tourists are also after the rich tradition of Perth, and that is what the Perth Cultural Center has to give. To see an extensive collection of Aboriginal art, you can go to the Art Gallery of Western Australia or visit the Perth Institute of Contemporary Arts to watch current exhibitions.

Since the city is in the midst of urban development, the villages such as the Leederville and Mount Lawley follows suit. They have edgy restaurants pubs, farmers market, multicultural food stores and clothing shops.

The New York Times branded Perth City as “hipster heaven” and is now considered as one of the most exceptional outdoor cities. The locals feel that they are the luckiest people on earth since they get the chance to enjoy the water while still living a cosmopolitan lifestyle.