Perth is noted as having different seasons, each with a different element for each type of visitor. Summer is known for being on the hot and dry side but also gets a few sea breezes that help to combat the heat. Rain tends to be rare but every now and then, you’ll experience a bit of a storm that comes and goes relatively quickly. December to February is also known for having long days, generally around 14 hours which allow ample time to get outside and explore.
Winter showcases a different side of Perth with cooler temperatures and rainy days. Night can get pretty chilly so make sure to pack some heavier clothes to sleep in. Both spring and fall are considered pretty mild with sometimes higher temperatures in March and April.