I everyone,i m a portuguese citizen and i would like to go to perth to travel around and, if possible, to find work.do you know if there any place where i can stay? A family ... i don't know.thanks for your help.teresa
I'm moving to Perth from northern Ontario Canada on April the 8th for work. I'm looking some good restaurants, fun things to do and the car scene! I'm moving alone so any information would be appreciated.
HI, my name is Fion from Malaysia...
I am planning a budget backpack trip to Perth on 18/8/15 till 29/8/15 by myself alone...
I already list down the place i want to visit...but i am facing some problem such as the sequences of the places because i am not very clear about the geography of perth. i also facing the transportation problem too...may somebody give me some suggestion?
PERTH TRIP ( 18/8/15-30/8/15)
Perth to Fremantle ( by
• Fremantle market
• Western Australian Maritime Museum
• Fremantle Markets
• Fremantle's Fishing Boat Harbour
• Stay 1 night
Perth to Pinnacles
• Yanchep National Park
• Pinnacles Desert
• Day trip and find a local tour
Perth to ROTTNEST
• Little Salmon Bay
• Oliver Hill Gun and Tunnel Tour
• Little Parakeet Bay
• Stay 1 night
Perth to Mandurah
• Mandurah Art Gallery
• See dolphins
• Dunsborough and Yallingup artists
• Margaret River artists
• Busselton Jetty
• 2 nights
Perth to ALBANY, DENMARK & WALPOLE
• Torndirrup National Park
• Whale watching
• Great Southern wineries
• William Bay National Park
• Valley of the Giants Treetop Walk ( $15)
• 4 days
• Perth Cultural Centre
• Northbridge Piazza
• Perth Lanes
• Kings Park
• 4 days
problems to solve
1. how should i arrange the sequences of the city
2. the transportation with the lowest cost
Thanks a lot!!!!
Hi, I'm visiting Perth with my fiancee in February. Could anyone advise of a romantic restaurant in Perth that has a dance floor for slow dancing? I'm not into bars with loud music, would like a more quiet, intimate and romantic kind of night. Thank you!
Hi will be in perth for 4 nights part of trip around australia. Was wondering if it would be worth while staying in mandurah overnight or just travel down from perth for the day. Is there a lot happening aroun mandurah and surrounding areas to see. Thanks
can any of u give information bout transport service for 4 day 3 night in perth?
We would like to travel from Perth to Broome in a Maui platinum beach campervan end of April. For 3 weeks.
Is this the best time to travel ? ( we also would like te see the whale sharks. ) Nellie
I'm returning to Perth this afternoon and my sister in law has asked me to bring her donuts from the airport. Am I allowed to do this? Won't customs confiscate my donuts?
Who can take me sailing in Albany?
I will be arriving Perth on sunday night May 3 around 1130pm. Can anyone give any idea where to stay close to airport or possibly going downtown this late at night. All answers would be welcome and appreciated.
If I have all the required permits from DPAW and the Museum of WA, are there any local guides who can help me reach the Zuytdorp wreck site from the NW Highway and down the Vermin Proof Fence?
I can probably do it fine alone, but some local knowledge is always good.
(I can't go via the Murchison House Station property in January because they're mustering)
Hi! I'm a Singaporean girl, 21 years old, going to Perth in January 2015 with two friends. I'm wondering how much I should budget for a week's holiday?
Accommodation is accounted for as I'll be staying with a family friend. We are planning to go to Fremantle, Caversham Wildlife Park, Hillary's Boat Harbour, Watertown Brand Outlet Centre, London Courts, Cottlesloe and Coogee Beach. At least, that's the items on our list now but it's open to change!
I don't plan on doing much shopping apart from token souvenirs here and there, and I'm not too big a spender on food... I've been told by a close friend who lives in Perth that I have to budget around $25 for a meal there, is that true? It's my first time travelling with people who aren't family so I'm a bit lost, sorry!
Please advise! Thank you!:)
I am planning on visiting Australia for the first time in Jan next year and I need some advice on where to exchange some sterling for some dollars.
Generally I have been told and actually have experienced that you get a better buying rate of the local currency when buying locally in the country you are visiting.
Is this still the case for Aus? Currently you get around 1.7 dollars for a pound here in the UK.
Can anyone give a rough idea of what the exchange rate in Aus is?
Also do the foreign exchange bureaus accept travellers cheques?
I have looked into using a credit card or debit card but there are usage fees and non-sterling fees which i am trying to avoid.
Thanks in advance!
We will be in Two Rocks mid Nov, 15-21. Any special events there or nearby?
Do the waiters come to ask you what you want to order whilst sitting outside or you need to go to the bar inside and order a beer there ?
How many interesting people do you meet on your journey? What did they have to say?
Im preparing my visit to Australia. West Australia to be precise. Touring between Albany and Darwin. My simple goal; to see the country and meet people that I don't know, sharing experiences, stories as I will share mine.
Interested to meet me? Invite you to drop me a line.
I expect nothing, everthing is possible.
Who I am? My Sound Bites of Life;
Peace Ambassador, Dual culture, East/West, Yin-Yang, sometimes not, holistic viewer, open minded, simplicity-is-quality lover, global thinker, local buyer, art-addict, speak different languages, dad, quantum-astrofysihobbist, synthetic biology interested, sharing ideas, creative soul, musically opinionated, cooks tasty, movie maker, image creator, world-curious, digital mind, analogue heart, enjoying life, but have no clue about it, (do you..?) help others, believe in balance, like people, work on awareness, learn every day by doing, play with time and light, follow my hart & my loves; Simone and Jade, married for fourteen years and going, drinking green tea (or hot water is also ok) eating mostly veggies, respect and [heart] our amazing planet.
Hi there, this is Angel and I am a newbie in this forum. I was thinking to visit Australia this upcoming November. Any best place you could recommend? I am looking for an one week accommodation.
My name Suria, I would like to ask for recommendation of itineraries - short family vacay for 8 days 7 nights, total 9 people -7 adults,2 kids.
We will be going on the early April,2015
The required info:
1. Recommendation of Places to go - with budget expenses
3. Planning schedule for each day
5. What should we bring?
Kindly advice with minimum budget expenses. We still want to have fun and enjoy a great vacation but we want to spend wisely.
do any of the bars hav djs playin the music = ]
Hi, I am travelling in Oct with two toddlers age 1 and 3. My plans is to rent a car at Perth airport and travel as follows:
1) a night at bunburry - visit bunbury wildlife. Is it worth going?
2) two nights at Mageret river
3) travel to busselton - visit the jetty
4)Visit Penguin island then travel to swan valley for a night
5) rest of the days in perth city, return car.
a) Is the itineary covers most of the interesting places?
b) Am i missing any of the farm stay? Cos the usual farm stays require 2 nights but most of my places I am staying only for one night, except for MR, but I thought of staying at an apartment in MR instead.
c) read through the forum, no one mentioned about penguin island, is it worth going?
d) In perth city i will go public, staying around St George, is the public transport nearby and accessible to the places of interest in the city?
Any other suggestions or comments on my plan is most welcome. Hope to hear some ideas. Thanks.
Is AUD 200 enough for a 3 weeks trip in Perth, excluded accomodation and foods? Basically spending more on taking public transport and sightseeing. Shopping maybe as long as its selling with a reasonable price.
Can you tell me if it is around kalbarri the old war relics n cars etc? Someone's farm you can go and look at?
Well, i am going to perth for 3 weeks in this mid of September. I am staying over at my aunt's house. Basically accomodation and food are not a problem, but i am just wondering how much do I need to spend on shopping and visiting places?? Any suggestion on a "must go" places?
Hi There, I am flying in from Melbourne to Perth on Tuesday at 5.05pm. What is the best way to get from the airport back to Bunbury?? Any suggestions much appreciated.
Hi all, I am considering relocating to WA from Scotland with my young family. Would Mandurah be a good place to live and bring up my children? plenty of sports and activitys for them? and school for my 5 year old boy plus nursery for my baby girl?
Do you have the Xmas decoration shop in Northam?
Hi, I will be visiting Perth in mid September with 3 kids ( 5 yrs, 4 yrs & 9 month) .My parents and siblings will also be following.
We are renting car and staying in Perth city. The stay will be 4 days and will be arriving early morning 1am.
I need traveling tips for 4 days .
We are planning a trip around Australia in January. We would like to see the pinnacles in Nambung NP and wonder if we need a 4WD vehicles in the park. So far I've read different advises. One tour guide even said that the road between Lancelin and the Nambung NP is for 4WDs only.
Really appreciate your help urgently very much as we are going planning a very last minute family trip to Perth next week. Therefore, would appreciate members here to help out with the itinernary.
Day 1 : Arriving at 6am in the morning, collect rental car for the whole trip at the airport
Considering between below 2 apartment, please give some comment
2) http://www.mounts-bay.com.au/#2 (Sadly, seems like no wifi for this)
Places which I roughly google that interest me & my kids (age 6 & 4) :-
1) Fremantle market (open only on fri/sat & sun)
2) Harbour Town Shopping (friday 9am-9pm)
3) Kings Park Botanic Gardens
4) Caversham Wildlife
5) Nambung National Park - Interested to join day tour to Pinnacles, Koalas and Sand Boarding 4WD Adventure, but not sure whether suitable for my young children
6) Swan River (Have not google what to do there)
7) Margaret River (might stay 2 nights here, but have not google about it) - Any recommendation on the places of interest and accomodation?
8) Any farm stay to recommend, but not confirm I will go for that cos kiddos and me both quite afraid of animals... hahaha....
9) Yanchep National Park to see the kangaroos and koalas?
Can someone help to link up my initernary please?
Really appreciate it very much :)
Thanks In Advance!!
Super stressful now, therefore, really appreciate all your help so much :)
any activities that is suitable for 3-5yrs old kids in Margaret river?