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    Serviced Apartments in Perth

    Restaurant Amus

    One of Western Australia’s premier dining establishments serving seasonal degustation menus. Open for dinner Tuesday to Saturday.

    The Royal on the Waterfront

    The Royal is a waterfront pub, restaurant and cocktail bar in East Perth situated on the waterfront of the canal. Open Daily for drinks, lunch and dinner.

    Nobu Restaurant

    World-renowned Nobu Japanese Restaurant is at Crown Perth. Discover Chef Nobu's Matsuhisa's innovative new-style Japanese cuisine. Open for lunch Tuesday to Saturday and dinner daily.

    Rockpool Bar and Grill

    Australian chef Neil Perry’s signature steak and seafood grill, renowned for its elegant dining room and informed service, with a superb menu dedicated to the finest and freshest Australian produce. Open for lunch Sunday to Friday and dinner daily.

    Friends Restaurant

    A Perth locals favourite offering Modern Australian cuisine and cabaret evenings. Friends restaurant overlooks the Swan River and the views are spectacular. Open for dinner Tuesday to Saturday.

    Shilla Korean BBQ Restaurant

    Situated on the canal in East Perth, a traditional Korean restaurant offering barbecue-style cooking on shared tabletop hotplates. Open daily for dinner.

    The Perth Mint

    Experience the historic Perth Mint with guided walks and talks and get glittered up close with gold.

    Fremantle Prison

    Built in the 1850s by convict labour, the 6-hectare UNESCO site is a former convict site that showcases the prison, gatehouse perimeter walls, cottages, tunnels and prisoner art. 

    Western Australian Maritime Museum

    Perched on the Indian Ocean's shore, the museum is symbolic of Fremantle’s past, present and future as a coastal city and port.


    Small bars: Check out Andaluz, The Trustee, Print Hall, Helevetica, Greenhouse or The Aviary.

    The Trustee

    Small bars: Check out Andaluz, The Trustee, Print Hall, Helevetica, Greenhouse or The Aviary.

    Print Hall

    Small bars: Check out Andaluz, The Trustee, Print Hall, Helevetica, Greenhouse or The Aviary.


    Small bars: Check out Andaluz, The Trustee, Print Hall, Helevetica, Greenhouse or The Aviary.


    Small bars: Check out Andaluz, The Trustee, Print Hall, Helevetica, Greenhouse or The Aviary.

    The Aviary

    Small bars: Check out Andaluz, The Trustee, Print Hall, Helevetica, Greenhouse or The Aviary.

    Mount Lawley

    Restaurants: Head to Mount Lawley for hip restaurants and bars like Clarences, Five Bar, Must Bar or Malt Bar and Supper Club.


    Nightclubs: Northbridge is the hub of Chinatown with nightclubs such as Ellington Jazz club, Bivouac Canteen and Bar, El Publico and Ezra Pound.

    Perth Zoo

    Located just 5 minutes from the CBD, get into close encounters with different animals in what is one of Australia's best small zoos.

    Caversham Wildlife Park & Zoo

    Situated in the Whiteman Park, Swan Valley and home to one of the largest collections of native fauna in Western Australia, the place is great for travellers with young children who will enjoy the farm shows, feeding kangaroos and meeting koalas.

    Rottnest Island

    A picture perfect island with some of the world's best beaches just 19 kilometres off the coast, and one of the few places in Australia where you can see a Quokka.

    Cottesloe Beach

    Perth's most popular swimming, snorkelling and surfing spot.

    The Aquarium of Western Australia

    Explore 12,000 km of Western Australia's coastline in just one day at AQWA, Hillarys Boat Harbour.

    Kings Park

    Neighbouring the Perth CBD, it is one of the world's largest inner city parks where you can enjoy sweeping views of the Swan and Canning Rivers, the city skyline, and the Darling Ranges on the east. 

    Heirloom Restaurant at Fraser Suites Perth

    Serves fresh local produce daily with menus designed by Australian celebrity chef Pete Evans.

    Swan Valley

    The Swan valley is one of the 150 wineries here at Western Australia, at just a 30-minute drive or ferry ride from Perth. 

    Margaret River

    The picturesque site is one of Australia's best wine regions at just 3-hour drive from Perth.

    Hay and Murray Street Malls

    Open daily, Perth City offers a whirlwind of shopping experiences, from unique designer goods to major department stores, encompassing the city’s rich mix of retail outlets carrying the latest in fashion, style and technology. 


    Famed for its vibrant weekend markets which offer arts, fashions, foods and entertainment amid a lively carnival atmosphere, this is the place to go to stock up on funky fashions, Aboriginal art and stylish accessories; and don’t forget the bargains at E Shed Markets.


    Explore Rokeby Road, Hay Street and Subi Centro for most of the shopping action in this upmarket area crammed with all kinds of shops and a bustling weekend market, selling a riot of foods, jewels, fashions, crafts, flowers and home wares.


    Here at Northbridge, you will find William Street which is a shopping Mecca bursting with local fashion designers whose quirky stores will delight the most discerning fashionista.

    Two Feet & a Heartbeat

    See Perth on and off the tourist track with these walking tours, which take you through the city's history, heritage, culture and architecture

    The Art Gallery of Western Australia

    Founded in 1895, it occupies a precinct of three heritage buildings on the south-eastern corner of the Perth Cultural Centre

    Public art walks

    Check out some of the great public art walks in Perth created to enrich one’s appreciation of the life and history of the city as they explore the region.

    Weekend markets

    Perth's stunning weather and fresh produce make for a thriving market culture, and you'll find plenty of them here selling a whole range of fantastic local art and craft.  

    Outdoor Cinemas

    Pack a picnic, some wine and a rug and venture to one of the outdoor cinemas around Perth during the warm summer months to catch up on the latest movies, an old classic or something alternative.

    Fraser Suites Perth

    Located within the fringe of the Central Business District, Fraser Suites Perth is ideally placed for both business and leisure activities with the many facilities, amenities and services within the vicinity and beyond. For business guests, Fraser Suites Perth offers serviced accommodation near Perth Convention Centre.

    Surrounded by tranquillity and serenity, getting to the facilities and amenities and moving around town in this Free Transit Zone is yet as quick as one could hop on and off the buses and trains.  For travellers looking for accommodation near Perth Airport, Fraser Suites Perth is the preferred choice given its enviable position.  

    Fraser Suites Perth

    10 Adelaide Terrace East Perth
    Western Australia, 6004

    • Facilities, Amenities and Services within the vicinity

      • Supermarket
      • Spa
      • Swan River Access (2 minutes by foot)
      • Queens Gardens (1 minute by foot)
      • WACA (Western Australian Cricket Ground) (1 minute by foot)
      • Crown Entertainment Complex (5 minutes by car)
      • Perth Mint (2 minutes by foot)
      • Perth Shopping Mall (15 minutes by foot)
      • Perth Theatre District (15 minutes by foot)
      • Trans Perth complimentary bus service within the CBD
    • Nearest Transportation

      • Perth City train station, approximately 2km or 25-30 minute walk from Fraser Suites Perth
      • East Perth Train station, less than 2km or a short walk from the property.  
    • Getting to Fraser Suites Perth

      By Airport Shuttle

      From Perth international and domestic airports, take Perth Airport CONNECT shuttle service, 20minutes’ drive.

      By Taxi

      From Perth international and domestic airports, taxis are available and widely convenient.

    • About Perth

      Situated on the banks of the Swan River, Perth is Australia’s fourth most populous centre and has enjoyed robust growth in recent decades in tandem with the boom in the mining industry.

      The capital of Western Australia is a beautiful city with abundant parkland and some 80 km of white, sandy beaches. Explore the city from your base at our Perth Australia hotel apartments. The metropolitan area is home to approximately 1.7 million people and many heritage buildings, art galleries and museums abound, as well as a vibrant live entertainment and nightlife scene.

      Dining in Perth is an experience not to be missed, with cafes, bistros and fine dining establishments to suit every taste and budget. The combination of fresh seafood and outstanding Western Australian produce makes for a memorable meal, whatever your favourite cuisine.

      For visitors looking for accommodation near Perth Airport, Fraser Suites Perth, with an enviable location and comprehensive facilities complemented by excellent service, will make your stay as delightful as the city itself.

    • Essential Facts About Perth


      Perth enjoys a ‘Mediterranean climate’, with summers generally hot and dry, and winters cool and wet. The average high temperature for the year is 24.5°C, and the average low is 12.7°C, with average relative humidity of 47%. Winter temperatures can drop to 8 °C and the coldest period is usually from June to August.


      Australians speak English.  However, there is a unique colloquial language that can confuse travellers when they first hear it.

      Time Difference

      GMT +8. Perth is in Australia's Western Standard Time (WST) zone.


      Travellers to Australia, except those with Australian or New Zealand passports, require a passport (with validity of at least 6 months) or a similar certificate of identification. Visit the Department of Immigration and Citizenship (DIAC) Website at for information on visas for tourists, business, working holidays, study, Electronic Travel Authority (ETA), and other related information or useful contacts.


      Decimal currency is used in Australia with the Australian Dollar (AUD) as the basic unit (100 cents = $1). Notes come in $100, $50, $20, $10, and $5 denominations. Coins come in $2, $1, 50c, 20c 10c and 5c denominations. Major credit cards are accepted in large establishments.

      You should cash travellers’ cheques at banks or larger hotels, as it may be difficult to do so elsewhere.  Banks will cash most travellers’ cheques in every currency.


      Australia has a Goods and Services Tax (GST) rate of 10%. Prices in Australia are shown as inclusive of GST.


      In a restaurant, a tip of 10% is normal, although some restaurants have started adding a service charge to the bill. Porters and staff at larger hotels can be offered a gratuity for good service, but it is purely discretionary. Taxi drivers may not expect a tip unless helping with luggage, but it is common practice to round the fare up to the nearest dollar.

      Business Hours

      Mondays to Thursdays, 09:00 to 16:00 hours
      Fridays, 09:00 to 17:00 hours
      In some states, selected banking facilities are available on Saturday mornings.

      Mondays to Fridays, 09:00 to 17:00 hours

      Shops and departmental stores, may vary but mostly:
      Mondays to Thursdays, 0900 to 1700 hours
      Fridays, 0900 to 2100 hours
      Saturdays, 0900 to 1700 hours
      Sundays, 0011 to 1700 hours
      Many remain open on public holidays. 

      Telephone Network

      Local calls from Telstra public telephones in Australia cost 50c. Most public telephones accept coins and Telstra prepaid phone cards, which can be purchased in post offices, newsagents, gift shops and other outlets in denominations of $5 to $20. They can be used for local, interstate and international calls.

      Cellular Network

      There are four main mobile phone operators: Telstra, Optus, Vodafone and Three.


      It is recommended that you travel with adequate travel insurance. Vaccinations are not required unless you have come from, or visited, a yellow fever infected country or zone within six days before arrival. No other health certificate is required to enter Australia.


      The electrical current in Australia is 220-240 volts, AC 50Hz.

      Public Holidays

      Australia Day, Good Friday, Easter Saturday & Monday, Anzac Day, Queen’s Birthday*, Labour Day*, Christmas Day, Boxing Day and New Year’s Day. (Public holidays marked “*” may vary by states.)