Perth's winter is usually mild, but when the climate isn't hot enough for the regular beach trip, it's the perfect chance to explore the best markets, cafes, bars, restaurants, museums, galleries, classes, and roads. Here are some suggestions for winter stuff to do.
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Walking on one of Perth's trails. Perth often has mild winter days between 18 and 23 degrees where the sun rises, but the air is still fresh, making it the perfect climate for exploring one of Perth's many scenic trails. From Kings Park Law Walk 2.5k Loop to the 9 km route from Dell to South Ledge in the hills of Perth, all you need is a water bottle, a pair of sneakers, a windbreaker and a map.
Visit a day spa. When you feel comfortable, the ideal getaway is a one-or two-day detox package at Limon's natural day spa. A day's detoxification starts with herbal tea and consultation, exfoliation detoxification with Dead Sea salt accompanied by a green clay mask and coconut cover, head and neck massage, aromatherapy bath, Epsom salt and mineral-rich mineral salt in clay and a feet massage wash.
Wine and dinner at one of Perth's best restaurants. From old favorites serving classic Italian cuisine such as Lallah Rookh in the CBD, No Mafia in Northbridge and Il Lido with ocean views in Cottesloe, to fresh, more casual dining experiences such as Brika's exquisite Greek cuisine, a culinary twist of Ramen in Lucky Chans or the self-explanatory Hummus Club Perth, home to endless forests.
See the Stars. The winter night sky is great for star and planet viewing, and you can do it in two ways. The first option is to bet on the real settlers ' charming city about 85 km from the city, in The Space Place, formerly Gingin Observatory in Toodyay. There is an observatory to help with a fully retractable roof, powerful telescopes, binoculars with high magnification, and astronomers.