The city of Perth, which is the capital of Western Australia, is arguably the most outdoors of all Australian cities. The city’sbrilliant setting across the Indian Ocean and Swan River, its superb climate and plethora of parkland and neighbouring islands surely indicate that it’s almost essential to get outside and enjoy the nature’s bounties and fresh air. These facts have been the primary reasons to draw a considerable number of tourists every year to this region, thereby tagging this city as one of the prominent tourist attractions of the Australian nation.
The city features a superb Mediterranean climate, rendering long hours of sun than any other town in Australia. The best time to visit is between October and April. Its bustling night-life is also worth-experiencing. All these elements contribute this region a youthful and lively vibrancy. This metropolitan is on the cusp of significant change and so is its tourism industry. With more and more tourists pouring in every year, they are now eager in exploring the neighbouring regions as well. The city’s getaway is excellent and when it comes to visiting the nearby cities on road, the excitement level increases to a higher level. A long road trip from the capital city sounds interesting.
Try to visit the Margaret River town via road. It is around 267 km from Perth and it would take you around 3 hours and 20 minutes to reach. The name of this town is synonymous with great wine for many Aussies. This city has been conferred with the ‘BestTourism Region of the World’. 4 decades ago, this was a chilled-out countryside with some great surfing spots, dairy farms and forest parks, but today it has evolved into an ultimate smorgasbord, featuring 100 wineries and spectacular scenery. No road trip to Western Australia is indeed complete without a pitstop at this town.
Cape Leeuwin is another touristy attraction you can explore. It is 319 km away and would take you around 4 hours to reach. It is the most south-westerly mainland of the Australian continent and
After you are done with exploring the neighbouring cities, you can now head for a fantastic expedition to the nearby island, Rottnest Island. It is 18km away from the Western Australian coastline from Fremantle. The only way to fetch this islet is by ferry. You need not