Moving to Perth

Perth is the capital of Western Australia, the largest amongst the country's states/territories, and the fourth largest city in terms of population. Perth is one of the fastest growing cities in the nation, and by 2050, between 3.8 and 5.5 million individuals will call Perth home.

There are many advantages to living in Perth, especially for those who take pleasure in a relaxed lifestyle on sandy beaches. The region has a great climate, similar to the Mediterranean or equivalent to Cape Town in South Africa. More specifically, Perth has hot and dry summer times, cool and damp winter seasons, and lots of sunshine throughout the year.

The sunshine, high quality of life, and also the West Australian economy are only a few of the main reasons people move to Perth. Both the city government of Perth and the Australian federal government are actively attempting to attract competent and well-qualified immigrants to resolve the demands of the thriving West Australian economy.

If you need more information on moving to Perth, please contact our Enrolments Department. They will be very happy to assist you.

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Renting or buying a home

Once you have decided which suburb will suit your family, finding a house will be high on your priority list. The greatest need for rental real estate is in the summer season between November and March. If you intend on relocating to Perth in these months, try to secure accommodation ahead of time. These Real Estate websites will get you started:

The REIWA website does not just include residential and commercial property listings, but also has a great deal of helpful information regarding leasing and purchasing housing in WA.