Perth, I love ya.

1 January 2020 8:15 am

Everyone knows I love Perth. I mean to me it’s obvious why.

I’ve been fortunate to live in many cities across the world and I can tell you there’s simply no place quite like Perth.

I’ve always said if you’re bored in Perth, it must be because you’re a boring person. 😉

So, as if you needed any more reason, here’s a list of the greatest things in Perth each month. It’s time to #DoitinWA!

A monthly breakdown of Perth’s best activities:

JANUARY

ATP Cup brings the world’s best tennis players here to Perth. It’s no Hopman Cup, but it’s still incredible sport.

FEBRUARY

Fringe Festival and Perth Festival. Some might say it’s the best time of year, it’s definitely one of the most fun and creative.

MARCH

Perth Festival continues and in rolls Sculpture by the Sea, an incredible art display on the beaches of Cottesloe.

APRIL

Explore Kings Park and the State War Memorial and give a nod to the ANZACs at Dawn Service.

MAY

Go for a jog through the tunnel at the HBF Run for a Reason. It’s become a Perth tradition.

JUNE

Chase the warmth and head north to Exmouth and check out the Whalesharks. Alright it’s not exactly Perth, but it’s winter so you’re allowed to make a quick escape.

JULY

City of Perth Winter Arts Festival. Perth isn’t really known for doing much in Winter so it’s great to see some activations pop up.

AUGUST

Check out the tulips in Araluen – there’s literally thousands of bulbs planted – and the Spring into Armadale festival.

SEPTEMBER

The wildflowers are blooming wherever you go. Head out to the Perth Hills or wander to the Wheatbelt for an explosion of colour.

OCTOBER

Head to the beaches, they’re finally warming up. Enjoy a beer at Il Lido and watch the sun go down. There’s nothing better than a summer in Perth.

NOVEMBER

State of Social is coming back this summer! It’s Australia’s largest social media conference and it’s right here in Perth.

DECEMBER

Grab your quokka selfie on Rottnest Island. The sun is shining and it’s the world’s happiest animal – why wouldn’t you?

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