Holiday Rentals and Lettings in Western Australia
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Highlights in Western Australia
- Sandy beaches
- Shopping sprees
- Nature reserves
- Nightlife in Western Australia
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Holiday homes and baches in Western Australia
Western Australia is home to the most stunning landscapes, exceptional wine, best beaches, and intriguing wildlife. If you are set for a city break, you can reside in Perth, a sunny capital city where you can easily access fun parks, gardens, and different attractions. To escape busy city life, stay in Kimberly which has fantastic nature parks and spacious playgrounds for your kids. You can also reside in one of the beach houses in Broome for easy access to beaches and stunning views of the sunset. Nature lovers can stay at Mackerel Island or near Margaret River where you can enjoy fresh produce, great wine, and surfing.Spacious holiday homes for all
Whether you are on a solo trip, a family holiday, group tour or romantic getaway, you will find the right holiday home near popular points of interest. The holiday homes offer room for all and enough lawn spaces to relax and unwind without feeling cramped. The holiday homes come with added amenities like wifi, private pools, gym, kids and pets-friendly gardens, and enough parking spaces. They also offer fully furnished kitchens with modern appliances and easy access to the local market so you can easily prepare your favourite meal. Holidays are meant to help you relax; the houses provide more peace, independence, and privacy in well- maintained spaces.
Holidays in Western Australia
The area and getting around
Western Australia has remarkable natural attractions and pristine wildlife that are undisturbed by man. The Timor Sea bounds it by the north and the Indian Ocean in the west. To the eastern side, you will find the Northern Territory and South Australia while at the South lies the Antarctic Ocean. It contains five regions with different attractions, climates, and cultures. The Coral Coast is famous for its vast marine life, extensive sandy beaches, and massive coral reefs. Golden Outback is a significant mining area where you will find aqua blue water and kangaroos in the desert plains. In the Northwest region, there are various waterfalls, rugged hills, rainforests, and magnificent landscapes. The Southwest region has numerous beaches, fantastic wine, diving spots, and wildlife. Perth is the capital where you can enjoy the culture and sunny climate.One of the most beautiful places to explore
Western Australia offers a vibrant and sophisticated feel to all visitors with numerous shops, restaurants, galleries, and fantastic coastline. If you need to shop, go to Perth where you can find everything from accessories to bags, souvenirs, and clothing. Visit the Swan valley for the best Australian wine. Do you want to enjoy the most delicious seafood prepared with local ingredients? Proceed to the Margaret River region. There are other restaurant options in the capital city which embraces the diversity of cuisines.
Travellers and activities
You can experience nature at its best from unique landscapes to world-class trails and beautiful nature parks. Attend the spectacular nature events like swimming alongside dolphins in the protected areas from September to April or view the migration of birds from August to March. Go on a walking trail from Kalamunda to Albany passing through the beautiful natural areas. If you love cycling, visit the Swan Estuary Marine Park or Matilda Bay Reserve. You can also visit Beelu National Park or John Forrest National Park for excellent recreational facilities, picnic areas, and to view various animal species on the beautiful scenery.Western Australia for beach lovers
Western Australia offers the most incredible beaches. For the young families visit the Basin Beach at Rottnest Island that has shallow reefs, gentle swells, and is well sheltered. Do you love snorkelling? Proceed to the Turquoise Bay in Exmouth for the best experiences. If you are looking for a rocky beach where you can have unobstructed views of the beautiful Southern Ocean, go to Elephant Rocks in Denmark and it is perfect for swimming and snorkelling.
Did you know that Western Australia's capital, Perth, is the world's most isolated city?
Top 5 travel tips in Western Australia
If you love partying, make sure you enjoy nightlife at the Northbridge. It is home to various clubs and restaurants.2. Explore the historical sites
Learn about Western Australia history and culture by visiting the Art Gallery then proceed to Perth's Cultural Centre. The State's art collection has post- World War II works while the centre has a museum.3. Taste some wine
Visit the famous Margaret River area for wine tasting. Go to the Leeuwin Estate Winery and other vineyards for locally produced wine.4. Visit a park
visit the Caversham Wildlife Park and explore the vast collection of native wildlife like koalas, kangaroos, wallabies, and llamas.5. Get to the beach
Have a memorable time during sunset at Cable Beach. Enjoy the iconic sunset event for some drinks with a live acoustic jam session.
FAQs: Holiday Rentals & Lettings in Western Australia
What is the average price of holiday lettings in Western Australia?
Western Australia is one of the cheapest regions in Australia! The price of a holiday rental is around NZ$320.44 per night.
Which months allow you to save the most on holiday homes?
According to our most recent historical data, the months that hurt your pocket the least in Western Australia are November, December, and October, with average prices of NZ$278.06, NZ$287.08 and NZ$293.82, respectively.
In which months is it more expensive to rent a holiday home in Western Australia?
In 2020, the month that offered the highest average prices in Western Australia was September, with an average price of NZ$401.82 per night. This was followed by August, with an average of NZ$379.16, and June, with NZ$332.44.
Is Western Australia a good location for a last-minute getaway?
If you decide to discover Western Australia, we suggest organising your visit in advance because it tends to be very high in demand, with an annual average occupation of 81% in the year 2020.
When are more holiday homes available?
August, May, and July are, in order of highest to lowest, the months that present the largest number of accommodations free, with respective average availability figures of 29.5 %, 23% and 22.8%.
When are there fewer holiday home options available in Western Australia?
The month with the highest average booked rental figures is January (only 10.2% of properties were available on average in 2020). Followed by April (11.5%), and December (14.75%).
How many holiday homes are available in Western Australia?
In Western Australia we collaborate with 7 different providers to give you a choice of 4600 properties, so you will not be short of options!