Perth is the most secluded capital city in Australia but it remains a popular hub for international students thanks to its exceptional weather, relaxed atmosphere and stunning coastline.
Coast to coast
It doesn’t matter where you are in Perth, you are likely to find yourself near pearly white sand and clear blue water. Head north to iconic Scarborough or take a trip west to Cottesloe, two of the country’s best beaches.
Just three hours in the car from Perth lies Margaret River, one of Australia’s most celebrated winery regions. The combination of superb food, incredible wines and great weather is a win-win-win.
AFL is the major sporting code in Western Australia and there are fewer rivalries fiercer than the derby between Fremantle and the West Coast Eagles. Catching a game at Domain Stadium in Subiaco is an electric experience.
Kings Park is arguably the most famous spot in Perth, housing the Botanic Garden and offering incredible views of the city. Among the largest metropolitan parks in the world, the area spans more than 400 hectares of bushland and gardens.
Source : Studies in Australia