When is the best time to visit Perth?
Whether you’re after wildflowers, wineries or the best weather, here’s when to head to the Western Australian capital.
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If you’re looking to visit Perth, we have researched the best time to travel based on the most ideal weather conditions, crowds and accommodation prices.
When is the best time to visit Perth?
From September to November.
Perth boasts a warm, dry climate all year-round, including the winter months. If you are planning a holiday to Perth, the best time to visit is during the spring, between September and November. This will let you experience consistent sunny days, warm evenings, little rainfall and the blooming wildflowers.
Perth is famous for its laid-back atmosphere and wonderful weather as well as for its beautiful natural scenery. Perth combines big-city attractions and relaxed surroundings to provide an appealing destination for travellers. With its incredible beaches, wildflowers and laid-back vibe, Perth is an ideal destination to visit, particularly since the crowds are generally not too heavy.
Weather and prices
Best time to visit Perth, weather wise: Perth is consistently warm year-round and visiting between September and November means you’ll get the most comfortable weather and the least rainfall.
Cheapest time to visit Perth: Visiting Perth any time out of the school holiday season will mean lower accommodation and activity prices.
Best time to visit Perth for...
- Wildflowers: If you want to experience the largest collection of wildflowers on Earth, visit Perth between September and November when you will experience the wildflowers at their most spectacular.
- Kings Park: Kings Park is one of the biggest city parks in the world. It’s bigger than Central Park in New York City, and it's right in the heart of Perth. Travelling between early September and late November will mean the most comfortable temperatures and smallest crowds.
- Wineries: As one of Australia’s oldest wine regions, Perth boasts over 40 wineries. Visiting one of these between the months of September to November is ideal as the nights are the warmest and the crowds are not too heavy.
- Beaches: Perth is home to some of the whitest sand and bluest water in the world. Travelling during the spring will let you experience the best those beaches have to offer.
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