Best Western Australia holiday apartments
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Popular accommodations in Western Australia
Archipelago Apartments Esperance - The Quays ApartmentsJust 300 metres from the waterfront at Castletown Quay, Archipelago Apartments Esperance - The Quays Apartments feature an outdoor pool, BBQ facilities. All apartments have free Wi-Fi, a flat-screen TV and a DVD player.Book now
James Henty ApartmentsJames Henty Apartments has a balcony and is set in Fremantle, within just 400 metres of Spare Parts Puppet Theatre and 500 metres of University of Notre Dame Australia. The air-conditioned accommodation is 2.2 km from North Fremantle River Beach, and guests benefit from private parking available on site and free WiFi.Book now
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The Old Convent DalwallinuFeaturing free WiFi, a garden and a seasonal outdoor pool, The Old Convent Dalwallinu offers accommodation in Dalwallinu. The rooms are equipped with a TV. You will find tea and coffee making facilities in most rooms. You will find a shared lounge at the property.Book now
Mandurah Foreshore Motel1.4 km from Halls Head Beach, Mandurah Foreshore Motel is located in Mandurah and offers free WiFi and express check-in and check-out. Featuring family rooms, this property also provides guests with a barbecue. Free private parking is available and the motel also provides car hire for guests who want to explore the surrounding area.Book now
Pagoda Resort & SpaOverlooking Perth’s famous Swan River, Pagoda Resort & Spa offers a choice of guest rooms and fully self contained apartments with views over the river, parkland or poolside gardens. Guests enjoy the use of the outdoor heated pool, sauna and fitness centre.Book now
ibis Styles East PerthIbis Styles East Perth has a restaurant, fitness centre, a bar and shared lounge in Perth. The property is set 2.6 km from Perth Convention and Exhibition Centre, 4.2 km from Optus Stadium and 7 km from Kings Park. The accommodation offers a 24-hour front desk, room service and luggage storage for guests.Book now
Explore the breathtaking west coast of Australia
Western Australia is the name of the Australian state that covers an area of approx. 2.5 million km² and whose capital is Perth. Travellers from all over the world reserve their holiday apartments in Perth to get to know this fantastic city better. From there there are countless possibilities to start a round trip through the fascinating continent at the other end of the world. But first take a look at our overview of holiday homes. Similar to couchsurfing in Perth, you can book apartments with us that are provided by private individuals. For example, what do you think of a stylish Apartment in Kewdale in Welshpool? You already know that you want to continue your trip to the east coast of Australia and then to New Zealand? Then we can help you with private apartments in Sydney and spacious apartments in Auckland.
On the west coast of Australia: Apartments in Perth
Many airlines provide good connections from Germany to Perth, so that you have to accept a quite long journey to the other end of the world, but then end up in a fascinating region that has a lot to offer you. Rental cars are a good choice here, as you are on the “continent of long distances”. In Perth itself there are good public transport connections, but you will certainly want to make trips from your accommodation in Perth to the surrounding area. And in this case a rental car is very helpful. The metropolis Perth has an extension of more than 5.400km² and spreads from the Indian Ocean to the Darling Range, the impressive mountain range in the west of the continent. You better start your explorations in the middle of the “soul of the city”. This is what the locals call the 400 hectare Kings Park, where you can still find the original Australian bush land. Go for a stroll and let the surroundings affect you before you visit the modern city centre to see the sights or find out why Perth is also called the metropolis of water sports and sailing. One of the oldest buildings in the city is the Old Courthouse, built in 1836. The oldest park was built in 1845 and is called Stirling Garden. The Indian Ocean with its pleasant water temperatures offers the best conditions for sailing, swimming or diving. Rottnest Island is a popular destination for divers and excursion guests.
Around the private apartment in Perth
From your private holiday home in Perth you can quickly reach the national parks in the surrounding area by car. There you can hike for hours. Northeast of the city are the Walyunga National Park, the Avon Valley National Park and the Drummond Nature Reserve. South of Perth, Serpentine National Park is as popular as Yalgorup National Park on the coast, about 110 kilometres from the city. Would you like to get to know another part of Australia? Then check with us about private accommodation in Melbourne