Axxess Executive Airport Apartments

263 Great Eastern Highway, Belmont, Perth, 6104, Australia
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by narig

Can anyone advise me what is the best money, i.e. Travellers Cheques, either Sterling or Australian Dollar, or to use Credit Cards whilst staying in Australia.

Re: Money

by muratkorman

Credit cards are widely accepted. You can exchange money in town center. You should carry some AUD with you. Better to bring with you before you travel to Perth.

Re: Money

by GrumpyDiver

Cash - Australian Dollars - pick up a few before getting there. Once in Australia use an ATM to top up your supply, as needed. Credit cards are good too.

Travellers Cheques - for all intents and purposes, these are obsolete.

Just make sure that you inform your bank(s) of your travel (including dates) so that they flag your accounts and not block your cards for suspicious transactions.

Re: Money

by FleurFox

I agree that credit cards are the way to go.
Almost everywhere accepts Mastercard and Visa with no problems.
American Express can incur a surcharge depending on the place you use it.

Alot of hotels do not accept travellers cheques now because they are such a hassle to redeem and most will not accept foreign currency.

Re: Money

by colin_bramso

Agreed, Travellers Cheques are thing of the past. Have some A$ for when you need cash but use your credit card for most things.

Re: Money

by arianne_1504

Definitely aussie dollars and credit cards.

Re: Money

by Purpleshade

Very few places don't accept credit cards, but a little cash(Australian dollars, nothing else will be accepted) is useful

Travel Tips for Perth

See the city at night,

by Sweetberry1

There is plenty to see and do in Perth. You can tour the city by motorised tram or courtesy bus; partake in the many water sports on the Swan River; enjoy a glass of Western Australian wine in a riverside or beachside restaurant; or explore one of the city’s most popular icons - the 400 hectares of natural bush that form the spectacular Kings Park in the centre of the city. Perth is also the home of the world’s oldest operating mint; numerous museums and art galleries, historic character buildings, a five-star resort and casino and a great variety of shopping - all of which are only minutes from the CBD.

is good shopping available, world-class golf courses, countless outdoor activities and experiences to enjoy, and over 80 kilometres of white sandy beaches to sunbathe on. A popular beach is Cottesloe, a pretty crescent of sand with safe swimming and a small surf break. Another one popular with locals and visitors alike is Scarborough, which has white sand stretching for miles.

My fondest memory of Perth is the breathtaking view of the city at night.

City Centre

by Cabana_Boy

Although there aren't as many bars/pubs as in Northbridge, the City's Center offers a lot of off beat restaurant choices with some nice pedestrian walkways. There are also a ton of shops with just about everything one could want, both practical and touristy.

Margaret River Coast

by Jillworld

Enjoy the scenic coastline of Margaret River! This area is very popular with surfers making Margaret River town quite eclectic, posh art shops next to surf stores, burger joints next to ritzy eateries.

Bride Watching in Kings Park

by Kathrin_E

On Saturdays it seems that all newlyweds in and around Perth have their photos taken with the view of Perth centre in the background. It's fashion show! The preparations for the ultimate photo are fun to watch.

Not much of a cultural tip......

by Gwynneth

Not much of a cultural tip... but it will let you know a little about one of our 'most wanted' Australians in our time since 'Ned Kelly'... there was a movie made about his attempted kidnapping... I had a 'bit part' in this film... believe me it's not the best flick... but it's fun to try and spot people you know...
I'm the one in the blue sparkling cocktail dress... have a laugh and see if you're quick enough to catch a glimpse of me raising a glass. If nothing else its a tribute to how we all dressed way back in the '80's!! (I think that era launched the 'fashion police'!!)


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