Honeymoon in Perth – Explore Perth’s Beaches and Parks

Perths Beaches and Parks Australia Honeymoon Packages

Australia is home to stunning beaches with extraordinary surf spots, making this season the ideal time for exploration of its shorelines from May through November.

Snorkel the turquoise waters at Mettams Pool, witness quokkas on Rottnest Island and hike through eucalypt forests on your Australia honeymoon – and Thrillophilia offers several packages designed to show you these iconic landmarks together with your loved one!

Cottesloe Beach

Cottesloe Beach is one of Perth’s iconic beaches, boasting soft white sand, turquoise waters and picturesque sweeping views. A popular swimming, snorkelling and surfing spot, its long stretch of sand is bordered by grassy terraces, parks and Norfolk pine trees; cafes, restaurants and bars line its long expanse – and don’t forget about its legendary Indiana Tea House that hosts annual outdoor art event called Sculpture by the Sea!

Cottesloe Beach is not exclusively popular among tourists; locals come here for its relaxed ambience and cafe/bar scene as well as its number of holiday accommodation options nearby, including apartments, bed and breakfasts and cottages.

Visitors to Surf Life Saving can spend their days relaxing on the sand, participating in patrols or drills or simply unwinding – there are also many eateries and coffee shops with delicious hot chips, sandwiches or burgers on offer!

For those wishing to explore the coastline on foot, there is a 5.5 km paved foreshore walk that runs parallel with Cottesloe Beach. This easy stroll takes approximately an hour, providing ample opportunity for viewing permanent sculptures as well as ships coming into Fremantle and even Rottnest Island on clear days!

City Beach

Perth is blessed with breathtaking beaches. Clear blue water meets sugary sand on shores that seem endless; lazing beach-going is an integral part of life in Perth – Cottesloe Beach is renowned as a top spot for swimming, snorkeling and surfing; additionally it hosts the annual outdoor art exhibit “Sculpture by the Sea”. Other popular beaches are Trigg Beach, Watermans Bay and Mettams Pool.

City Beach is one of Perth’s most beloved and well-equipped beaches, boasting a vast expanse of white sand. This popular and top-of-the-line facility features a protected swimming area, playgrounds, picnic areas, toilets, changing rooms and outside showers; two groynes provide excellent fishing spots; it backs onto grassy areas containing barbecue pits and picnic tables; surfing is popular activity here and surf lifesaving carnivals take place here regularly during summer months.

Visitors to the beach can choose from numerous cafes, restaurants and bars that line it. Clancy’s Fish Pub features an inviting family vibe while Hamptons provides sophisticated settings with stunning sunset views – alternatively visit Elizabeth Quay waterfront complex for high-end eateries and bars nearby.

Scarborough Beach

Scarborough Beach, located 14 kilometres north of Perth City, is an immensely popular coastal suburb known for its vibrant beach culture. This wide stretch of sand attracts swimmers, surfers (including learner surfers thanks to Scarborough Beach Surf School ) and sunbathers alike.

Scarborough Beach offers soft sand, placid ocean waters, and spectacular sunset views – the ideal environment for sunbathing! Relax on its foreshore promenade or head down to its only geothermally heated beachside pool in WA which stays at 27 degrees all year round!

Cafes and bars line the beach, while in summer the only amphitheatre on a beach in Western Australia hosts live entertainment. Furthermore, this beach features children’s adventure playground equipment, art projects, skate park space and fitness equipment – an all-in-one experience!

One such coastal dune system provides an excellent example of how socio-natural sites, like sand dunes, become intertwined with people’s hopes and dreams while being vulnerable to uncontrollable coastal processes. Preserving these coastal dunes was achieved thanks to years of local grassroots campaigns which demonstrate the power of community action to transform lives! However, now facing further threats due to climate change-induced coastal erosion all along their coastline means beaches like Scarborough may move 100 to 200 metres further inland over time than they currently are today!

Mullaloo Beach

Mullaloo Beach is an all-year beach destination, boasting miles of glistening white sand, fantastic playground facilities and plenty of places to grab food and beverages. Additionally, there is free barbeque seating as well as ample grassy areas suitable for spreading out picnic blankets – the nearby Dome cafe and Mullaloo Hotel offer additional dining options.

Mullaloo Beach is a beloved swimming spot, with lifeguards patrolling on weekends and public holidays to ensure safe bathing conditions for swimmers of all ages. The water is shallow enough for young children, while gentle waves make swimming safe for everyone. Ideal for both active vacationers as well as tranquil retreat seekers alike, Mullaloo Beach makes for the ideal Australia honeymoon.

Whoever prefers exploring the beach on foot can follow the dual-use path north and south along its beautiful coastline views, providing fantastic cycling routes (beware of fast cyclists!). Or rent a bike at the car park and ride along its coastline.

Perth Airport is only five minutes away by car, making the beach an ideal location for those flying into and out of Perth city. Furthermore, Seashells Scarborough beachfront restaurant/bar can be reached quickly on foot while also popular attractions include Hillarys Marina Lighthouse and Mawson Park nearby.