Perth is in the midst of a season that will see it host a raft of sightseeing events.
Perth’s premier sightseeing event season runs from July through to December, but the city is also hosting a slew of other events, including the Perth Summer Festival, the Royal Australian and Antarctic University’s International Astronomy Festival, and the Perth International Science Festival.
Below are a few things to know before heading out for summer fun.
When to go: July 1-3, 2019 Perth Summerfest is Perth’s main outdoor event season.
Events include the National Arts Festival, Science Fair, the Commonwealth Science Festival, Royal Australian Antarctic and Oceanic Week, the Great Western Sydney Art Festival, Western Australian and Tasmanian Winter Science Fair and the Australian Antarctic Science Festival (AASF).
If you’re coming to Perth, make sure you’ve booked your ticket to the International Astronomical Union’s Astronomy Exhibition in July.
When not on the hunt for sightseeing: July 4-7, 2019 There are no international events at Perth this year, but there are several events happening at other venues.
There are the International Day of Science and Science Day, which runs from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m., and the International Summer Science Festival on July 4.
For more information on Perth’s events, check out the Perth City Events website.
If you plan on heading to Perth for the first time, you’ll want to book your tickets for the Royal Australasian Academy of Science’s International Year of Science Exhibition.
Perth is one of a number of Australian cities to host this year’s exhibition.
Visit the Australian Astronomical Observatory’s website to find out more.
When is the best time to go?
July 4th and July 5th, 2019 This is when the best sights and attractions are located in Perth.
If your destination is in Perth, the best times to visit are from 6:30 a.y. to 6 p.p.m and 5:30 p.y to 7 p.h.
Perth sees its first major rainstorm of the season, and summer is usually a dry time.
The temperature at the CBD is usually around 30 degrees, and you should see plenty of sun.
When in Perth you can also take advantage of the Summer Festival and the Adelaide CBD Summer Fair to see all sorts of fun and interesting sights.
For some tips on what to look for and what to do in Perth during this time, check this guide to what to expect.
Summertime events: July 5-7 and July 12-14, 2019 The Summer Festival in Perth is the first event of the summer season.
The Perth Summer Science Fair kicks off July 5, with events starting on July 12, 2019.
Check out the Summerfest website to see what’s happening.
The Commonwealth Science Fair is another event that kicks off on July 14, and there are also various other events that will take place in Perth throughout the summer.
Summer festivals can be a great way to enjoy a few hours of fun without having to leave the city.
If, on the other hand, you’re going for the summer carnival, it’s a good idea to book tickets early in order to get your tickets to these events.
When you go to the Commonwealth science fair, it may be difficult to see as many people as you would at a summer festival, but you can still catch some spectacular sights in the city, including a variety of attractions and activities.
The Royal Australian, Antarctic and Australian Summer Science and Astronomy Fair will be taking place in Adelaide on July 15-16.
These two events are also held at the city’s main tourist attractions.
When planning your trip to Perth and its surrounding area, make note of when to expect the peak season.
If there’s a chance of thunderstorms in the area, you should probably start checking weather information before heading to the beaches.
When it rains, the city of Perth will get a little more crowded during the summer, so it’s best to plan ahead.
What to expect: If you want to experience some of the city centre, it is advisable to book a seat at the Adelaide Royal Opera House, which will be hosting the Royal Adelaide Show.
Adelaide is also home to the Perth Opera House and other opera houses throughout the year.
Other places to see the city are the Perth Museum of Art, Perth Art Gallery, Perth Botanic Gardens and the Art Gallery of Western Australia.
When the sun goes down, you can see the stunning architecture and other beautiful sights in Perth while the city sleeps.
Where to stay in Perth: If visiting Perth for business or pleasure, you may want to consider staying at one of the many hotels in Perth and the city itself.
You can find some great accommodation options on the city hotel website, and some hotel reviews can be found in the hotel section of the hotel website.
The best option for short-term stays is