The city of Perth has more sunny days each year than any other Australian capital city, with an average of 8 hours of sunshine per day.
We have a mixture of Californian and Mediterranean climates, with mild winters and hot dry summers. The skies above Perth are often bright blue and cloudless. The warm weather and beautiful beaches along the Indian Ocean provide the city’s inhabitants with an enviable outdoor lifestyle.
The temperate climate has helped Western Australia earn an international reputation for its food and wine regions, attracting tourists from other parts of Australia and around the world.
Living Costs And Accommodation
Living costs in Perth can vary, depending upon where and how you decide to live. The ‘Insider Guides Cost of Living Calculator‘ is a great tool to help estimate your cost of living.
We are very lucky to be located less than a block away from Campus Perth – a student co-living hub. If you are interested in staying at Campus Perth – just let us know and we can help you.
Transperth operates the bus, train and ferry services around the city of Perth and outer areas. Our fare system uses a combination of zones and time limits. Usually, one fare lets you travel anywhere within a certain distance of your starting point until the time limit expires, on any combination of bus, train or ferry services.
Our campus is located in the Free Transit Zone (for buses) and a SmartRider Free Transit Zone (for trains) within the Perth city boundaries. We are also 10 minutes walk from Perth central train station and 3 minutes from McIver train station.
Bus stops are located right outside the College. The Blue CAT stops at a point that is a 5 minute walk from the College.
To find out all about Perth’s environment, attractions, lifestyle and much more, follow the link to Tourism WA.