Making The Most Of Your Perth Serviced Apartment Stay

Perth is Australia’s fourth largest city with a population of more than 2 million people, and a third of the Perth population was born outside of Australia.

If you’re planning on migrating to Perth, have been hired for a job in Perth or are relocating as part of your current employment we’ve put together some information about Perth and infrastructure projects you may find useful.

Convido Corporate Housing specialise in extended stay fully furnished serviced apartments in Perth, Adelaide and Melbourne as well as The Philippines, USA, Canada and New Zealand.

Perth and Western Australia Infrastructure Projects and Jobs

Western Australia’s job economy is driven by mining and petroleum and the large infrastructure projects that flow on from those industries. If you’re planning a move to Perth then the mining industry or these projects below are likely to be looking for skilled and qualified staff like you.

Perth Airport: Qantas recently announced the commencement of 787 Dreamliner non-stop flights from Perth to London. To support the Perth to London flights there will be substantial Investment in infrastructure with upgrades underway at Perth Airport and for capital works at the airport for the construction of quarantine and Australian Border Force infrastructure.
Elizabeth Quay: This project will transform the iconic Swan River and enhance Perth’s reputation as one of the world’s most liveable cities.
Perth City Link: Perth City Link will reconnect the CBD with Northbridge for the first time in 100 years, delivering improved access and connectivity.
Riverside: This project will transform the eastern gateway to the city. The project includes a mix of residential, commercial and public spaces which capitalise on the unique river-front setting to become a cosmopolitan waterfront community and tourist destination.
Perth Stadium: Located on the Swan River, the new 60,000 seat Perth Stadium will be a major sporting and entertainment venue, capable of attracting national and international events to Perth.
New WA Museum: WA is embarking on one of the most significant museum redevelopments in the world at this time. The new building will integrate with the refurbished heritage buildings to display the State collection in contemporary and innovative ways.

Top 7 Things To Do In Perth

Looking for the best things to do during your extended Perth apartment stay? We’ve complied a list of seven of the top Perth attractions.

Perth’s Beaches

Perth beach

Perth is home to some of Australia’s best beaches for surfing, swimming, paddle boarding and family fun, pack your board shorts and bikinis and check out Scarborough Beach, Port Beach, City Beach and Cottesloe Beach.

Perth Adventure World

Perth Adventure World
Adventure World is a theme park / water park located in Bibra Lake featuring water slides, roller coasters, giant swings and more.

Perth Adventure World is only 25 minutes from Perth by car and is also accessible by bus.

Rottnest Island

Rottnest Island, WA tour

Rottnest Island is a small island that sits 18km of the coast of Perth and is accessible by ferry from Perth. With beautiful beaches, snorkelling, marine life, cycling and walking tours there’s plenty to do. Day trips are popular and you can also stay on the island.

Kings Park And Botanic Garden

Kings Park, Perth

Kings Park is one of the largest inner city parks in the world and is visited by over 6 million people each year. Located close to Peth CBD and beside the Swan River, Kings Park overlooks Perth and there’s lots to see and do including guided walks, play areas, wildflower and native tree displays, restaurants, cafes, outdoor cinemas and more.

Swan Valley Winery Tours

Swan Valley winery tour

Kick back and relax with a day tour of the finest Swan Valley wineries and breweries. Enjoy wine tasting, beer and great food.

Watch a game of AFL

West Coast Eagles AFL game

Western Australia has two teams in the AFL, the West Coast Eagles and the Fremantle Dockers, both play home games at the Subiaco Oval (Domain Stadium) which is located close to the city.

The Fremantle Prison Tour

Fremantle Prison tour

A Trip to Australia wouldn’t be complete without learning a little about the early convict settlements! Built in 1851 and closed in 1991 The Fremantle Prison tour is a popular tourist attraction with daylight, tunnel and torchlight tours.

Perth Serviced Apartments

Convido Corporate Housing have a range of studio and 1 and 2 bedroom apartments in Perth CBD and East Perth. All Convido apartments are fully furnished, have 24/7 on call assistance, WiFi, fresh linen and welcome packs.

Some of Perth serviced apartments are featured below, feel free to call us on +61 8 9421 8300 or email us.


Adelaide Terrace apartment - city view

Peak Apartments Perth Australia

By Chris Miller | April 8, 2016

Peak Apartments is a 20 level tower incorporating 54 luxury apartments in a great CBD location at 229 Adelaide Terrace.

Executive Furnished Apartments in Perth CBD

By Chris Miller | April 8, 2016

This newly re-developed and heritage listed warehouse style apartment has stunning furnishings and is in a perfect CBD location.

Adelaide Tce, Perth Apartment - street view

Perth Corporate Apartment – “Elevation”

By Chris Miller | October 21, 2016

Bedroom: 2 Bathroom: 2 Laundry: 1 Car space: 1 A Wonderful Perth Corporate Apartment! Elevation has been designed for those who expect the very best in their home, stunning Swan River and city views, inspired modern interiors and  a location that offers a variety of lifestyle options. Fully furnished and equipped, this Perth Corporate Apartment … Read more

Perth Corporate Housing “EQUUS” Apartments

By Chris Miller | October 21, 2016

Perth Corporate Housing – The “Equus” Experience “EQUUS” is in the heart of the city. Offering the best of Perth corporate housing. Having your own fully furnished and equipped apartment is going to make your extended stay here a dream. Perth Corporate Housing Service The utilities are connected, including high-speed, free internet. The beds have … Read more