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Located on the Swan River, settled between the Indian Ocean and the Darling Scarp, is the capital city of Western Australia, Perth. It is believed that the name came from a town in Scotland where Sir George Murray was born.

It is quite a popular tourist destination amongst both local and international visitors, as the city is considered to be quite beautiful. It also as a somewhat Mediterranean environment, meaning the winters are relatively mild.

Art and culture forms the main attractions for those choosing budget motels in Perth. The major arts, cultural and educational institutions can be found at the Cultural Centre; a number of events are held across the city each year; there are a number of museums to visit; and there is plenty of opportunity to familiarise yourself with the abundant local and international arts scene.

The retail sector is another popular stop for those staying at hotels in Perth; the main shopping precinct is focused around Murray and Hay Streets in the CBD, which also include a number of stunning arcades. Other trendy shopping precincts include the factory outlets at Harbour Town, historical Fremantle Markets, and the much newer Midland Gate shopping centre.

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Where to Stay

If you’re looking for cheap accommodation in Perth, you’ve come to the right place! There are plenty of motels, hotels, inns and lodges for you to choose from, ensuring that you find your perfect holiday match.

Whether you’ve chosen a hotel in Perth for business or for pleasure, you can rest assured that you will be within close proximity of all major arterials and popular attractions – leave the car at home and use the public transport system!

At Budget Motels, we pride ourselves on offering motel accommodation in Perth that is affordable, comfortable and within close proximity of all that the city has to offer. We can help you make an informed decision for your stay.

Getting Here

Even though it’s often viewed as the most isolated of Australia’s capital cities, getting to and from Perth is easy. The airport is only a 20 minute drive from the CBD and is serviced by shuttle, bus or taxi. National and international flights arrive in and depart the area daily.

If you would prefer to travel by land, you can arrive in the city by train (the legendary Indian Pacific departs Sydney, Melbourne and Adelaide) and by car. It takes approximately 36 hours to drive from Melbourne, 41 hours from Sydney, 45 hours from Brisbane, 28 hours from Adelaide, and 43 hours from Darwin.

Once you have arrived at your hotel in Perth, there are plenty of options for getting around. Trains and buses operate extensively throughout the area, ferries operate along the river, and taxi bays are readily available.


Don’t be worried that you’re going to be confined to motel accommodation in Perth for the duration of your stay – there are plenty of things to see and do in the immediate area (and even more if you’re willing to venture further out).

There are plenty of fun-filled attractions to choose from, including: Adventure World (a premier fun park), Aquarium of Western Australia, Perth Zoo, Scitech, and the Western Australian Museum. If you’re after more adrenalin, why not go hot air ballooning, skydiving or take a scenic flight over the city?

Those interested in the history of the region won’t be disappointed – cheap accommodation in Perth places you close by to Fremantle Prison, city Mint, Western Australian Maritime Museum, and various Indigenous experiences.

Budget motels in Perth also provide you with ample opportunity to explore nature and meet the local wildlife. Visit the Araluen Botanic Park, Caversham Wildlife Park, Kings Park, Rockingham Wild Encounters, Rottnest Island, and Whiteman Park. There are plenty of local walks and trails to enjoy.

Why not enjoy one of the spectacular golf courses scattered in and around the city? There are a total of 13 courses to choose from, each more than happy to offer visitors the opportunity to tee off (for a small fee).

Where to Eat

Whilst most hotels in Perth will provide some basic cooking facilities, we definitely recommend getting out and trying some of the local cuisine for yourself. There are plenty of restaurants, cafes and eateries to choose from.