Bailey's Parkside Motel

150 Bennett St., Perth, Western Australia, 6004, Australia
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Hostels

by miss-scruff

Hi

Can anyone reccommend n e good hostels in perth? preferably reasonably sized so theres different sorts of people, outside bbq area. band nights etc would be a bonus! not too fussed about room sizes or things like that. just looking for one with a more sociable environment.

Thanks!

Re: Hostels

by worldinabag

Hi

Don't have personal experience but you could try Bambu Backpackers - http://www.bambu.net.au. I've walked past it and was impressed with its refreshingly different ambience. Excellent location - it's in the middle of the party district, Northbridge. Also convenient to take a train to Fremantle or a short walk to the city.

Travel Tips for Perth

Planning the trip

by xiuling

Went on a trip to Perth in June 2008 (winter) and drove down to Albany, then Denmark, Augusta, Margaret River and back to Perth city. Few things that future visitos should note when they plan their trip:

1. Shops and attractions (eg. caves and wineries)open at about 10am and close early at about 5pm generally. The only late day is Friday, whereby shops closes at 9pm in Perth city.

2. For some attractions, the place may close at 5pm but tour times can end as early as 3.30pm so be there early!

3. Abide to the speed limit, esp. on busier highways as traffic police may be just behind you.

4. Parking in the suburb areas (eg. Albany, Pemberton etc) are free but can be expensive in the City. Parking space is more difficult to get too. So walk or make use of the CAT system.

5. Some supermarkets eg. coles & woolworths have alliance with petrol companies can producing the supermarket receipts can get you discounts to petrol (there will be a sign saying so)

6. Petrol is the cheapest in Perth city and gets more expensive away from the city (Margaret River being the most expensive from my experience) So pump a full tank in Perth and you can refill before arriving at Margaret River.

7. For cheap food, try TAKA japanese food at the junction of Barrack Street and Wellington Street. The famous Corica pastry shop for apple strudels closes at 12pm on Saturdays is closed the entire Sunday, so pick the right day to go! The portion at Cicerello's is huge so for ladies especially, share your meal. For grocery shopping, go to the large supermarkets and avoid convenience stores as price differences can be double!

You cannot possibly fault...

by R_Bowden

You cannot possibly fault Perth beaches... living, when in Perth, only 400m from Scarborough Beach, I have come to realise that it is comparable to any in the world that I have seen so far, and the beach restaurants will leave you wanting more! When away from Perth, I miss the 9 months of perfect weather and the activities which accompany that... those being the summer film festivals under the stars at the University of WA, the Perth Arts festivals, the World music scene in Perth on hot summer evenings at the King's Park Tennis Club on the lawn, the beach at sunset, sailing on the Swan River, the copious barbeques in every park around the city and beach, and finally the friendly nature of our population.

Kings Park

by CandS

It's definitely worthwhile to check out Kings Park...it's a huge park that overlooks the city of Perth and isn't too far from the centre...it's an uphill walk though so take a bus or taxi if you don't like walking. :)

Pilbera Rockpool

by DreamerDan

Water...Australias most precious commodity. In the goldrush era water was worth more than the gold that was mined.Of all the necessitys travellers need to take with them in Australia is adequate water. If you get stranded on The Nullabour Plains for example the fee for a 20 litre bottle of water to refill your radiator is aproximately 450 dollars.This pic is a natural waterhole in the Pilbara region of Western Australia.

Quarantine....Very important message!

by FOotFetish

The Perth airport quarantine officers are superb strict with the rules and regulations.So if you are bringing anything that are supposed to be declared (as stated on a quarantine list), please go ahead and do the right thing! They always got sniffer dogs around.
Things that are not allowed as far as i can remember:
1) seedlings
2) Wood (depends)
3) worn shoes
4) anything that contain chooks or chickens.
5) flowers
6) Medications unless prescribed
7) Herbals (depends)
8) pirated CDs (if you dare!)

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 Bailey's Parkside Motel

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Address: 150 Bennett St., Perth, Western Australia, 6004, Australia