|Most expensive month:||December|
|Average price in Burswood:||$284/night|
|Cheapest price found:||$114/night|
|Most expensive day:||Sunday|
Burswood is a stylish inner-city suburb, defined by its sprawling waterfront, world-class entertainment and unrivalled views across Perth’s city skyline. Discover acclaimed gastronomy, luxurious resorts and an abundance of attractive riverside and parkland trails.
Rising from the Swan River, the pyramid-like Crown Perth is hard to miss, especially when the multi-coloured fountains light up at night. Featuring upscale restaurants, live theatre, international concerts and an array of casino games housed in an elegant parlour, Crown Perth is an exciting place to spend an evening out.
Soak up the spectacular views of Perth along Burswood Peninsula. The Peninsula connects to Burswood via a series of well-lit trails, making it a bustling pedestrian thoroughfare and an ideal place to take an afternoon stroll. For a dose of culture, wander through the Japanese gardens at Kagoshima Park and admire the Swan Fountain.
Nobu’s innovative Peruvian-Japanese cuisine and private teppanyaki tables offer a one-of-a-kind culinary experience, while Neil Perry’s internationally-acclaimed seafood at Rockpool Bar & Grill is a local favourite. If you’ve got a sweet tooth, head to Epicurean’s live crepe station and free-flowing chocolate fountain.
Sports fanatics can catch a game at Perth Stadium, home of Australian Rules Football. For something different, frock up and experience the excitement of horse racing year-round at Belmont Park.
Burswood Railway Station is conveniently located opposite Crown Perth. With regular trains on the Armadale and Thornlie Line, you can get to the centre of Perth in under 15 minutes. The Burswood Peninsula includes dedicated walking trails and bike paths that connect to all the main attractions. Buses are located directly across Swan River and connect to Perth’s city centre.
Crown Towers Perth (8.6/10 from 4,681 reviews), Crown Promenade Perth (8.3/10 from 3,925 reviews), and Rivers Court - Small Complex And Close To City - Min Of 3 Night Stay Generally (9.7/10 from 20 reviews) are all highly rated places to stay in Burswood.
Burswood hotels have an average price of $233/night (based on searches on HotelsCombined in the last 3 days). For a 4-star hotel, the average price is $165/night, and if you are looking for a 5-star hotel in Burswood then the average price is around $296/night.
HotelsCombined searches in the last 3 days suggest cheap Burswood hotels have prices starting from as low as $53/night, depending on the popularity of your requested dates. For stays from May 27 to May 29 in Burswood, the lowest price found was $151/night.
A hotel in Burswood tonight has an average price of $205, but some deals have been found for as low as $123 in HotelsCombined searches over the last 72 hours. Prices in Burswood are changing frequently. The best price found for a 4-star Burswood hotel for tonight has been $123.
One of the most anticipated eating experiences for travellers to the area of Burswood, in Perth, is the Atrium Premium Buffet restaurant, famous for its hearty breakfasts, lunches and dinners of worldwide cuisines. If you are interested in an upmarket, fine-dining experience, book a table at Bistro Guillaume. Inspired by the stylish neighbourhood bistros of Paris, the menu is rich in French-classic dishes. Fancy a night out with some friends or some time out to catch the game? Three B's is the bar for you. They have live sport showing all day, and their kitchen is open morning and night, serving a variety of pub-style dishes and bar snacks to accompany the impressive selection of local, international and craft beers available.
When booking Burswood hotels that are family friendly, try a room at the Crown Towers. The hotel has a comprehensive day programme for children, if you want to take a break from the kids and relax at the spa. It is a short drive away from Kings Park, a botanical garden with an inviting atmosphere. The park is a mixture of grassed parkland, botanical gardens and natural bushland. If you are looking for a more action-packed day out for the kids, Splash City will have them smiling ear to ear. Splash City is a pop-up waterpark and features one of the world's tallest inflatable water slides. Attractions in the park include trampolines, an obstacle course, two pools and three huge slides.
You may wish to book hotels in Burswood that are near the Optus Stadium. One of the area's most popular attractions, the stadium offers tours to witness the picturesque Swan River and Perth city and is home to a variety of sports and entertainment events. If you are looking for things to do in Burswood in early June, you must book your tickets for the annual WA Day Festival. It takes place once a year in another one of Burswood popular tourist attractions, Burswood Park. This festival celebrates the outdoors, watersports and natural surroundings of Western Australia and is fun for the whole family, with inflatable playgrounds for kids, an arts-and-crafts area and a petting zoo. For the grown-ups, it has one of Perth's best international food truck line-ups, water-skiing displays and Swan and Air Force flyovers.
When looking at things to do in Burswood, you might need to know how to get from Perth city centre, as it is common for new travellers to the area to be coming from the popular area of Perth's city centre. One hotel to consider is the Crown Promenade Perth, which is just a short walk from the city centre. When looking at getting from this hotel in the city centre to Burswood, you can make use of the three options for public transport. Firstly, you can catch a train, which is operated by Transperth and can take about 7min to complete the journey. If you have about half an hour to spare, catch the bus heading on line 935 and soak up the views along the way. A more direct way to make the trip is catching a taxi. Due to the short distance, a taxi trip is not going to be very expensive.