The sunniest capital in Australia gets sweltering dry summers and pleasant but wet winters. Temperatures are highest between January to March, and expect frequent rainfall from June to August. Make sure you've packed everything with our Australian Camping Checklist.
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Summer break starts in mid-December to late January. There are also two week breaks between terms, in mid-April, early July and late September.
In Western Australia, the Queen's Birthday is celebrated on the first Monday of October and Labor Day is celebrated on the first Monday of March. Western Australia Day is observed on the first Monday of June. Read more on Public Holidays in Australia.
Autumn and Spring provides excellent camping weather, with their warm days and cool nights. You can look forward to clear blue skies in April and May, and get a chance to go whale watching anytime from September to November.
Summer means great heat in Perth. The tourists come for some holiday sun in December, although the temperature can get very high in January and February. You'll need to bring hats, sunglasses and plenty of sunscreen during this season.
Winter is the wettest period. June and July already gets a lot of rainfall, but August is the most rain-soaked month in Perth. Pack a rain jacket and several warm clothes if traveling during this season.
Remember that motorhomes and campgrounds get booked out fast so it is best to make early reservations. Find the best motorhome with Campervan Hire Perth and get a list of the best places to stay with Caravan Parks In Perth.