Discover Perth

Discover Perth, Western Australia

Western Australia is where you can expect the unexpected in a place filled with extraordinary natural wonders, global industries and some of the world’s best minds.

It is Australia’s largest State, located in the same time zone (GMT +8) as 60 per cent of the world’s population, including Singapore, China and Hong Kong, making it an ideal destination for international leaders in agrigenomics to gather and share information and inspiration.

The capital city, Perth, is home to two million people and is consistently ranked in the world’s top most liveable cities. It’s enviable weather, clean air, world-leading universities and research institutes, breathtaking natural experiences, and proximity to Asia and Europe, makes it the perfect destination for PAG Australia.

Find out what’s on
There’s always something happening around Perth, with exciting events taking place at every turn year-round.

Discounted experiences
Hello Perth offer discounts on a range of experiences around Perth, so your delegates can stick around for a while and have some fun.

Things to do

Perth is the only capital city in the world where you can access a wine region by boat, snorkel with dolphins, sea lions, and turtles, pull in a crate of fresh lobster for lunch, visit a world heritage listed site, charter a flight to see a pink lake, hunt for truffles, watch a live pearl harvest, see the sun set over the Indian Ocean, all in a single day trip.Or escape to the regions where you can experience world-class wines and gourmet delights, lush towering forests, sweeping white sandy beaches, World Heritage-listed Ningaloo Reef and Shark Bay and ancient rugged lands.

Places to Visit

The capital city Perth is where urban cool blends effortlessly with raw natural beauty.  Perth’s heart is bustling with new bars, restaurants, shopping and cultural spaces, and is also home to Kings Park – one of the world’s largest inner-city parks.Just a short drive away are the beautiful wineries of the Swan Valley and a string of stunning beaches where you can watch amazing sunsets and even swim with wild dolphins.Wander a little further and you’ll find awe-inspiring beauty, from the lush forests and beautiful vineyards in Australia’s South West to the sweeping sandy beaches and the world’s largest fringing reef in Australia’s Coral Coast. Keep heading north, and you’ll be spellbound by the ancient red frontier of Australia’s North West, where horizontal waterfalls and staircases to the moon await in a landscape made up of two and a half billion-year-old gorges and 350 million-year-old ranges.

Check out these itineraries or find out more about Australia’s regional destinations.