Serviced Apartments Innaloo Australia
What’s on in Innaloo
A Perth suburb, Innaloo boasts many of the trademarks of Australia’s sunshine city: an effortlessly cool social scene, stunning architecture and a huge amount of cultural attractions, all set against the raw natural beauty of its surrounding landscapes. Innaloo itself is full of things to see and do, with plenty of bars, restaurants and galleries to keep you entertained There’s also the renowned Scarborough Beach, where you can watch amazing sunsets and even swim with wild dolphins.
Where to stay in Innaloo
Innaloo is a popular base for those visiting Perth on business. As such, it offers a broad selection of accommodation options, ranging from high-end hotels to no-frills hostels. However, those making an extended stay in the area may find they are better suited to serviced apartments. These properties not only offer many of the benefits of a hotel, but they also offer a greater degree of privacy as well as full kitchen facilities. Whether you are looking for a small studio for one or large-scale corporate housing, choosing one of our serviced apartment in Innaloo means experiencing the area in the most practical and comfortable way possible.
What to do in Innaloo
Innaloo benefits from being just outside of central Perth - a city that offers a huge amount of attractions, world-class dining and cutting edge leisure facilities. It is also particularly noteworthy as being home to some of Australia’s best galleries and museums. From avant-garde art to heritage sites charting the regions fascinating history, Perth offers a wealth of learning and culture.
Perth is also fantastic for those who enjoy more active pursuits. It is home to some of the country’s best sporting facilities, as well as having numerous parks and green spaces - many of which hold festivals and events throughout the year, ranging from extreme sports competitions to European-style beer festivals.
For the evening time, the city also offers a selection of theatres and music venues, offering a variety of shows throughout the year. Whatever the reason for your trip, you’re sure to find that every Innaloo is an area that has something to keep you entertained - whether you prefer lively nightlife in the city centre or the quiet ambience of suburban life.
Tips for staying in Innaloo
Places to eat
Innaloo has a diverse range of restaurants and eateries, many of which are located along Scarborough Beach Road. Botanica Bar & Bistro is an upscale gastropub, popular with locals, whilst Bada Bing Cafe is ideal for a spot of light lunch. The area is also particularly noted for its offering of Asian cuisine, with restaurants such as Punjab Indian Restaurant, Sushi Wawa and Sue's Thai Kitchen.
Whilst Innaloo is not noted as one of Perth’s big shopping zones, visitors will find that the Westfield Innaloo Centre offers over 171 stores and services, ranging from fashion brands, such as Valleygirl and The Shoe Kings, as well as home goods stores, such as Dusk and House. The area also has several food markets, including Stirling Farmers' Market and Morris Market.
Innaloo benefits from some fantastic landmarks and attractions, not least Scarborough Beach, which offers a surf school for those seeking more active pursuits and the Falcon’s Nest viewing platform for incredible panoramic views of the city. There’s also Kings Park and Botanic Garden for those who enjoy outdoor spaces. Anyone seeking something a little more unusual can check out the Nostalgia Box - a quirky museum devoted to classic video games.
Perth offers excellent public transport services, comprising of bus, rail and trams. The rail service covers both the city centre itself, as well as interstate services for longer journeys. The SmartRider cards allow holders to access fare reductions as well as free rail services where applicable. The city is also vehicle friendly compared with ay large urban areas, so renting a car is also a viable option.
Western Australia’s economy is largely driven by the region’s resources, including iron ore, gold, liquefied natural gas, as well as agricultural commodities. Fremantle itself, however, has a thriving SME scene, covering a broad range of industries, from financial services, such as BOQ Fremantle and Churchill Financial; design firms like Biolab; and manufacturers such as Nf Engineering, Techtonic Group and Amec services.