2019 Australasian HIV&AIDS Conference
2019 Australasian HIV&AIDS Conference

Around Perth

“Spring is a fantastic time of year to visit Western Australia. We encourage everyone coming to Perth for the Joint Australasian Sexual Health and HIV&AIDS Conference to take some time to explore our vibrant city and breathtaking regions. September sees the State explode with colour for wildflower season, and the Kings Park Festival is a great way to discover this, right in the heart of Perth city.  In the North West the Shinju Matsuri Festival lights up Broome in a kaleidoscope of colour and cultural immersion, while in the South West indulge in quality local produce and award winning wines; discover ancient forests and the pristine Indian Ocean.

I hope that everyone attending the Joint Australasian Sexual Health and HIV&AIDS Conference goes home having experienced how incredible our State is.” - Gareth Martin, Chief Executive Officer, Perth Convention Bureau

Whether you have an hour or a week to spare, why not make the most of your trip to Perth and join a tour?

Sun & Sea

Abundant sunshine, clear turquoise sea and the whitest Australian beaches can be found all year round on WA’s extensive stretch of coast – a total of 12,500 kilometres of mainland coastline, plus its many islands and archipelagos. See more here

Food & Wine

Western Australia produces such a profusion of fresh local flavours, with more restaurants per capita than any other capital city in Australia. Whether you seek the grand heritage of an iconic colonial hotel, the character of a country pub, or the European elegance of the small bar scene that’s tucked away in the city’s charming lanes and alleyways. See more here

Forest & Flowers

The Mediterranean climate has created the perfect conditions for one of the world’s biodiversity hotspots.
The changing of the seasons transforms the mood of these striking landscapes,  in September Mother Nature carpets WA’s forests, outback and national parks with more than 12,000 species of wildflowers – showcasing the world’s largest collection of wildflowers. See more here

WA Events

Music, sport, theatre or food. Whether you're looking for a local market or a world-famous festival, you'll find everything you need to know about Western Australia's extraordinary calendar of local and international events right here. See more here

Culture & History

Discover the stories, secrets and traditions of one of the oldest surviving cultures on Earth on an authentic indigenous tour. You’ll find insights and inspiration in the galleries showcasing the works of traditional and contemporary Aboriginal artists of local, national and international fame. Indulge yourself with a little luxury in the most exclusive of locations. And don’t leave without experiencing the thrill of your favourite competitive sports and the enchantment of art and live performances in some of the world’s most spectacular landscapes and cityscapes.

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