Living in Perth is a rewarding experience for expats and locals. The capital of Western Australia is the most relaxed metropolis “down under”, providing both cultural activities and scenic beauty. Our expat guide to Perth introduces leisure, education, healthcare, and transport in the city.
It was the unlikely setting of a dark basement rock bar named Alfred’s Pizzeria that confirmed our suspicions about Perth.
Under a tongue-in-cheek sign proclaiming “No Stairway to Heaven,” brilliant cocktails, the perfect playlist and impeccable handmade pizzas came together in one of the coolest bars in what’s definitely one of the coolest cities in the Southern Hemisphere.
Even if, this being Australia, they’d never admit as much.
The capital of the vast state of Western Australia may be a long way from most destinations, but Perth’s remote location makes its appeal even her.
While the word recession is being floated in the real estate market in the eastern states, here in the west all the talk is about recovery, movement and employment possibilities.
So if you’re looking to invest in a property or buy a new home this year, here’s my top eight picks for Perth suburbs with the best potential for growth.