South Perth accommodation for up to five guests can be booked here. Companies looking to locate employees or contract personnel in Perth over the coming months will appreciate special six-week block rates offered on the Addison Street Townhouse, just 5km south of the Perth CBD.
You can now enjoy an affordable and comfortable alternative to hotel or studio accommodation.
Apart from a quick ferry ride to the Perth CBD, Garden City Shopping Centre gives you great shopping and entertainment options!
The Addison Street townhouse in South Perth, only 5km from Perth CBD has three bedrooms, one bathroom, two toilets, laundry facilities, lock up garage, front and back garden courtyards and offers accommodation for up to five adults.
- The iconic Perth Zoo,
- South Perth Yacht Club,
- famous Windsor Hotel and
- Wesley College are just a taste of the South Perth feel.
- Angelo Street Cappuccino strip is walking distance from your door
- as is the vast Swan River parklands.
- Catch the ferry into the city from the Mends Street Jetty and pass some lovely boutiques and restaurants along your way.
Special events are many and varied on the South Perth foreshore.
Australia Day festivities here are most popular with the South Perth Celebration Zone supported by lotterywest featuring over 100 FREE activities, rides and entertainment.
Explore Perth’s iconic foreshores from South Perth along the river cycle paths to visit wetlands, iconic buildings, Optus stadium precinct and Claisebrook Cove. It is a very gentle ride on flat cycle paths using on comfortable bikes. Get in touch with Perth Bike Tours for more info.
Take a ferry ride from the vibrant South Perth piazza! Its active and passive spaces feature a range of seating options and two giant canopies in the shape of a frilled neck lizard and Numbat to welcome visitors from the ferry and provide shade and weather protection.
The South Perth piazza will soon be the stage for an exciting nocturnal artwork that will use light, sound and projection to represent the cycles and rhythms of country from an Aboriginal perspective. Gobo projectors will be used to share ancient stories of this place, ensuring Whadjuk Noongar culture is at the centre and a highlight of the new area.