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Diving in Perth

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When to go to Perth

Perth has a typical Mediterranean climate with very hot and dry summers that last from December to late March and mild, relatively wet winters. However, Perth is a particularly sunny city for this type of climate and it is often called the sunniest capital city in Australia, with an average of 8.8 hours of sunshine per day. January and February are the hottest months in Perth, with an average temperature of 25C/76F. The coldest month is July, when the average air temperature is 13C/55F, and the wettest month is June. The average water temperature ranges from 18C/64F in September to 22C/72F in February. When diving at many different dive locations near Perth, divers can see an extensive array of marine life, including beautiful soft and hard corals, nudibranchs, blue-ringed octopi, giant cuttlefish, stingrays, manta rays, different varieties of sharks, dolphins, whale sharks, and enormous humpback whales.

Scuba diving in Perth

Perth is the capital of Western Australia. It is the fourth largest city in Australia with an estimated population of 2.02 million. The metropolitan area of Perth stretches along the coast of the Indian Ocean for approximately 125km/78mi and lies between Two Rocks in the north and Singleton in the south. Perth is a sophisticated, cosmopolitan city with wonderful weather, beautiful beaches, many bars, restaurants, and a great variety of cultural activities. Perth’s top tourist attractions include Kings Park (an oasis of peace near the heart of the city that harbors a variety of native plants and birds), Perth Zoo (features some of the country's unique wildlife, including tourist favorites like kangaroos, koalas, wallabies, and wombats), the Aquarium of Western Australia (has more than 200 species of marine creatures that can be seen through an underwater glass tunnel), the Aviation Heritage Museum, the Art Gallery of Western Australia, and the Western Australian Maritime Museum. For an idyllic island escape, visitors to Perth can jump on a ferry from Perth or Fremantle and head over to the beautiful island of Rottnest, a car-free nature reserve, which has excellent opportunities for swimming, fishing, snorkeling, and scuba diving. Rottnest Island has several popular dive sites, including Crystal Palace, which is a complex of big, high-domed caverns. Other great dive sites near Perth include two Australian Navy frigates that were sunk deliberately, the HMAS Perth and HMAS Swan.