6 of The Best Quick Getaways Near Perth WA

CERVANTES

Distance from Perth: 2 hours
What to Expect: Relaxation at its best. This place is super chill but at the same time has all the facilities you need and plenty of accommodation for all styles and budgets. Go fishing, visit the sand dunes, see sea lionsΒ or take a drive through the fantastic Pinnacles desert.

Rottnest Island

Distance from Perth: from 25mins to 1 hour (depending were you take the ferry)
What to Expect: Get that holidays feeling without traveling too far. Rottnest is a great place to relax but also get active! there are so many activities for the whole family.
Explore the island by bike and admire the cute little quokkas.

Rottnest island

Bremer Bay

Distance from Perth: 5.5 hours
What to Expect: Swimming, surfing, kayaking and all water activities. However, there is also a museum to visit, some shops, the Fitzgerald National Park and a sports club to try some tennis or golf.

Karri Valley

Distance from Perth: 3.5 hours
What to Expect: In Karri Valley you can go canoeing, bushwalk, birdwatching. Get on the scenic tram ride, try some hand-made chocolates, visit a winner or go horse riding.

The popular things to visit in this area are the Beedelup National Park & Waterfalls and the Bibbulmun walk tack.

birdwatching

Perth Hills

Distance from Perth: 45 minutes
What to Expect: Go wine or cider tasting, have a picnic and visit the art galleries.

Have a swim in Lake Leschenaultia, take photos of the national park and the Munda Biddi Cycle trail.

Ferguson Valley

Distance from Perth: 2 hours
What to Expect: small town where you can visit wineries and breweries, and my favorite, Gnomesville.

Gnomes

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