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Why visit Perth and South-West WA
Along the South-West regions beautiful 1000km long coastline, you will discover spotless beaches to surf and swim, hidden inlets and untouched coves to explore. It is the kind of place that rewards going off the beaten track where mountain ranges offer scenic walking trails and national parks with towering forests that are full of wildlife encounters. From the stunning scenery of Margaret River to the tranquility of Big Brook Dam, the South-West is more than just a holiday destination, it's a sanctuary of once in a lifetime experiences that will stay with you forever.
When to visit Perth and South-West WA
Like Perth, the South-West is hot in the Summer with temperatures reaching above 30 degrees celsius. Although there is no shortage of beaches for you to stay cool, the best time to visit the South-West is over Spring (September to November), when the temperature is milder with little rainfall.
Getting around Perth and South-West WA
The best way to see the sights and soak in the natural scenery of the South-West is by road trip, whether it's by car or camper van. No matter which you choose, there are plenty of open roads that connect you to all the major parts of the region and very little traffic. Many of the national parks allow you to cycle and mountain bike along the trails, offering a new way to experience the terrain. A popular road trip that can be welcome addition to any traveller's route, is the Perth to Margaret River road trip, only clocking in at three and half hours on the road, it's an easy, relaxing drive dotted with attractions, activities and stunning scenery.
Things to do in Perth and South-West WA
One of the largest coasts in the South-West is the Rainbow Coast, which makes up over 150km of the total coastline. There are a plethora of amazing beaches to uncover here from the pearly white sands of Ocean Beach to the calm and sheltered Greens Pool, which is completely untouched by waves. Take a road trip along the South-West Edge for an adventure that begins in Perth and traverses all the way to Esperance where along the way you will visit some awe-inspiring locations. Margaret River is world renowned for its natural beauty both above and below ground, go whale watching and swim with dolphins in Bunbury and get up close and personal with some furry friends in Albany's national parks.
Where to eat and drink in Perth and South-West WA
The South-West region is the place to be for all things gourmet with world-renowned wineries, breweries, distilleries and farmers markets. Thanks to their Mediterranean climate and close proximity to the ocean, the wine regions in Geographe, Margaret River, Southern Forests, Blackwood Valley and Great Southern produce wine that is some of the richest in flavour. If you're looking to sink your teeth into some seafood, the South-West is where you can enjoy freshly shucked oysters and sweet crustaceans from unspoilt ocean waters, as well as freshwater delights such as trout, perch and marron. There is also a list of unqiue things to do in Perth to help travellers make that next trip a new and exciting experience.
Where to stay in Perth and South-West WA
Finding Perth accommodation is a breeze when you choose from a wide range of Accor hotels in the Perth CBD, located conveniently throughout the city. You will also discover Accor Hotels in the South-West regions of Bunbury, Margaret River, Albany, Bunker Bay and many more!