As the daughter of an ex Pat I have lived in various places around the world so why we chose Perth as the place to live.
When you arrive in Perth and take your first walk through the city you will be amazed how clean the city is! It is a relatively small city so you can pretty much walk to everywhere, although there are CAT buses that you can jump on and off and its free ?
Some people say WA stands for Wait Awhile but that is another of its charms. You are never rushed its a more laid back style of living.
Once you have your own transport a whole new world opens up for you. Within 30-40 minutes drive the vast array of experiences waiting to be explored are amazing.
To the west we have some of the best beaches on offer,
east we have wineries, the hills and farmland,
to the north we have the Yanchep National Park, a natural bush experience
along with pristine beaches and some of the biggest sand dunes you’ll find anywhere outside of the sahara desert
to the south we have Mandurah and Rockingham, large coastal communities with a large variety of ocean based activities.
If you are prepared to venture further a field there are many more adventures waiting.
Our fair city is growing at a rapid pace and new and exciting things are being added all the time, we will even have a Ritz Hotel in the not too distant future ?
So I choose Perth because it doesn’t feel crowded or overly busy, because there are endless natural experiences on my doorstep and the food and drink offerings are expanding all the time ?
What are your favourite Perth experiences, or if you are moving here what are you most looking forward to?
Thanks for reading, Maggie 🙂