Quest On Arlington Perth

Cnr Mill Point Rd & Arlington Ave, South Perth, Perth, Western Australia, 6151, Australia

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    Peaceful Apartment so close to the city


    If you want an apartment complex closer to the city you can try where I stayed over the Easter break 2011. It is called Quest on Arlington. They are in South Perth quite near to the Swan river and very central to tourist attractions but you feel like you are staying in a lovely leafy suburb and not in a noisy city. It was very relaxing. The apartment we stayed in was a 3 bedroom as we had our extended family with us Parents, grandparents and a teenager. It was an upstairs apartment and very clean and nicely decorated. There is a kitchen,dining lounge area with a TV and dvd player, a small balcony if you are upstairs with a table and chairs. Downstairs they have verandahs. With the 3 bedrooms you get two great sized bathrooms. A real bonus if we were staying longer than the two days was the apartment also had a little laundry behind cupboard doors in the kitchen area. There was a full sized machine, a clothes dryer plus iron and ironing board.
    The kitchen has a full sized fridge which to us was great , tiny hotel fridges drive me crazy..

    Unique Quality: The units are set in spacious grounds with nice gardens, so you don't feel like you are ontop of each other. There is a swimming pool plus a BBQ area which we used to cook our dinner. We could have dined at tables by the pool but decided to eat in the apartment which has all the plates, cutlery, cups and glasses you need for 6. There are teatowels, a kettle, full sized stove with hotplates and a microwave. The cupboards also had pots, pans and casseroles. The bonus for me was there was a dishwasher so no fighting over whose turn it was to wash the dishes as we were all on holiday....haha.

    We made the booking over the phone and checking in and out was very quick. The front office I noticed had plenty of information about the surrounding area with a local map for those who wanted to explore on foot. The complex is also close to Perth Zoo which is where we spent the first day. Kings Park , the casino, walks along the river . Loads of fantastic South Perth and Como restaurants are nearby

    The units come with a free parking space too which is behind locked security gates.

    Directions: From the freeway take Millpoint road exit and continue to Arlington rd corner turn right and the parking area is well sign posted

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by poepat

Perth again next year via kuala lumpur. Cant wait, did same last year.
Has anyone any ideas about holiday home close to hillarys for rent.
Will be arriving in Perth from KL on april 12.
We are after sleeping for 6, possibly a pool and walking distance to Perth.
looking for something special as its our 25th wedding aniversary.
We have looked at the normal websites for such accomadation.
Any help would be greatly appreciated.


by Mikebb

Consider Sorrento Beach resort opposite Sorrento beach and less than 10 minutes walk to Sorrento Quay and Hillarys Boat Harbour.

Sorrento/ Hillarys is 18 km from Perth centre, local bus will transfer you to train service.

We use it regularly as I live in Sorrento.

Travel Tips for Perth


by Popee

Cottesloe beach is about 15-minute drive from the city. Even if you're not game for a swim, it's worth heading to Cottesloe Beach to experience laidback West Aussie beach culture at its finest. You can even run on the fine and white as icing sugar sand, roller blade along the coastal boulevard, or paddle at lightning speed into shore on a wave ski.

Otherwise, you can follow my foot steps. All I did was just lay on the beach till the sun sets.

I wouldn't say visiting Perth...

by stoner

I wouldn't say visiting Perth but my favourite place in Western Australia would've had to have been going to and staying at Karri Valley Resort. It's a lake, and the hotel sits on the lakefront. You can get a chalet that is over the water, and you can actually fish for trout from your balcony!! At night, lights shine up across the other side of the lake, clinging to the Karri trees which is really nice...quite romantic if you were going to go for that sort of thing? The whole thing is quite secluded and basically in the middle of nowhere. Nothing like a bit of seclusion here and there, totally left at peace. The fish farm in Karri Valley. The trout are smoked there you know...!

Red Flowering Gum

by keeweechic

The Red Flowering Gum (Ecualyptus Ficifolia) is native to a small area down on the south coast of Western Australia around the Walpole and Denmark area. While you will mostly see the more common brilliant red variety around the Perth area, there are other colours such as light pink through to orange. The flower time is around December to January. This tree reminds me a little of the New Zealand Christmas tree (Pohutekawa)


Bullroarers are...

by ankx


Bullroarers are thin tear-shaped pieces of wood attached to a long cord.

To use a bullroarer, spin it around it's own axis, holding the end of the string in a big circle above your head. If done correctly the bullroarer will produce an eerie whirring sound that carries well in the barren landscape of Australia.

It's said that bullroarers were used in secret Aboriginal ceremonies. Other people believe bullroarers were used as the Aboriginal 'bush telephone', to communicate over long distances.

North vs South

by arianne_1504

Yes there is an underlying rivalry between people from North of the River and the people from South of the River. But I can tell you, the SOR people are much friendlier and laid back! As a generalisation, you stick to your side of the river. Just to settle the score - South was here first.


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