Laid-back Perth may be the capital of Western Australia, but the city is easy-going and livable. Pace of life is slower here than Sydney or Melbourne, but the combination of big-city attractions with relaxed and informal surrounds offers an appealing lifestyle and lots to do for locals and visitors alike.
Due to the high rate of migration to Perth, slightly less than half of Perth's residents were born outside Australia, making Perth a melting pot of different cultures.
Perth is relatively safe for women digital nomads. Like Sydney and other large cities, trains and train stations are usually considered a common crime zone throughout the afternoons and nights. Try to avoid traveling on trains and buses during these periods of the day as well, especially if traveling alone.
Perth is the first Australian city to have free wifi in the CBD area. The only con is that you are limited to 50mbs per connection, or one hour, whichever comes first.
The best time to visit Perth is in August and September. The weather in Perth at this time of year is beautiful.
Expect days of as low as 8 degrees Celsius to 19 degrees Celsius in August and 11.7 degrees Celsius to 23 degrees Celsius on any given day throughout September.
December through February is summer and is marked by scorching temperatures. June through August is rainy season and Perth gets more chilly.
Recommended Co-Working Spaces In Perth
Digital Nomad-Friendly Cafes
THE LITTLE CONCEPT at Freemantle
7 Wray Ave
IL CIBO at Freemantle
2 Market Street
MOORE & MOORE CAFE at Freemantle
W D Moore & Co Warehouse, Building 46/42 Henry St
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