Love Spring in Perth 

Perth comes alive with life, colour and warm weather this spring. You'll find a range of holiday offers, events and festivals, and unique wildlife encounters. Check out what's on this season below and plan your next week or holiday in Perth now!


Spring in Perth - holiday offers
Events and festivals - Spring
Melbourne Cup Celebrations in Perth
Wildflower season

BEST OF PERTH IN SPRING

Whale watching season

Unforgettable whale watching experiences

Did you know that WA's Humpback Highway experiences the largest whale migration in the Southern Hemisphere? In April, the whales leave the rich feeding grounds of Antartica to raise their young in the warm in WA's north west. Their return journey brings them close to Perth's coast from September - December.


Melbourne Cup in Perth

Melbourne Cup in Perth

Celebrate the race that stops a nation, the Melbourne Cup, in Perth on Tuesday 7 November, 2017. See the restaurants and venues around Perth offering fun and exciting Melbourne Cup events.


Offer Me Perth - Peppers Kings Square

Check out this month's featured offer

Experience Peppers from $249* per night in a Peppers King Room and receive the full Peppers package including dinner for two in Stage Bar & Kitchen, complimentary water and a selection of chocolates in your room and a la carté breakfast for two.

Win tickets to Paul Kelly

Win a Paul Kelly Life is Fine Experience

One of Australia's most loved and respected artists, Paul Kelly, brings his Life is Fine tour to Perth's Kings Park and Botanic Gardens on Sunday 26 November. Enter for your chance to win a double seated pass plus overnight accommodation and breakfast at Tribe Perth.

WHAT'S ON THIS WEEK

Check out what's on this week, see the full program here.

Goodlife Health Clubs Rottnest Running Festival

The 24th Rottnest Marathon (42.195km) and accompanying 21.1km, 10km and 5km fun run is organised by the West Australian Marathon Club with the event proceeds being donated to Royal Flying Doctor Service.

The start of the Brooks Rottnest Marathon is heralded by the wail of bagpipes at 6.40am on the Sunday morning. The bagpipes have become a traditional part of the marathon and can be heard throughout the marathon at Armstrong Hill. It is anticipated that over 200 runners will tackle the four-lap course that starts and finishes adjacent to the Heritage Common and circumnavigates the salt lakes in the centre of the Island via the sealed roads.

The Rottnest Half Marathon starts at 7.30am by which time most of the marathon runners will be well and truly on the way though their first lap. It is anticipated around 400 runners will cover the same route as the marathon course but only twice!

The Rottnest Fun Run starts at 10.30am by which time most of the marathon runners will be finished. It is anticipated around 600 runners and walkers will participate in either the 5km out-and-back course or the 10km fun run that covers the same route as the marathon course.

Presentations are then held at 12 noon on the Heritage Common. All Marathon finishers will receive a medal and a finishers shirt, the marathon will need to be finished by the cut off time of 6.5 hours. Every other competitor will receive a goodie bag, from the title sponsor!


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