Living in Perth

Established in 1929 along the banks of the Swan River, Perth is the capital of Western Australia and the fourth most populous Australian city with 1.5 million inhabitants.
Perth is a small city, different from big cities like Sydney and Melbourne, with a lifestyle less dynamic and more suitable for those who love peace and nature.



Famous for its unspoiled nature, Perth allows you to live a highly formative experience from all points of view. Studying in Perth will take advantage of the effectiveness of the Australian education system and achieve a qualification recognized internationally, where you will appreciate the hospitality of this small town and see all the beauty of the Australian nature.

Perth is the capital of western Australia, characterized by a relaxed lifestyle, in a quiet, never frantic and accessible.


Characterized by a Mediterranean climate with hot summers and mild winters, Perth is the main Australian cities with the largest number of sunny days per year.

The rainfall is concentrated between May and September, although almost any time of year is ideal for sightseeing and outdoor activities.

What to do

Living in Perth that allows you to live in close contact with nature: you can navigate along the Swan River, visit the botanical garden and sunbathing on the white sands of Cottesloe Beach.

You can also enjoy unique experiences like swimming with a whale shark in Ningaloo Reef, discover and appreciate the aboriginal culture in Kings Park and finally proceed along the Indian Ocean Drive.


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Sydney, NSW 2000

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