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Perth is undergoing a massive transformation, with billion dollar infrastructure projects in development.

​In addition, Perth’s hotel market is positioned to rapidly expand over the next five years as multiple new hotels enter the market.

Tourism WA has developed a number of resources to provide information about the latest hotel developments and major projects taking place.

Perth Hotel Performance and Development Trend Update

Perth’s hotel market is positioned to rapidly expand over the next five years as multiple new hotels enter the market.

Tourism WA provides key data on hotel market trends sourced from specialist hotel industry sources to assist investors to make an informed investment decision.

Download the Perth Hotel Performance and Development Trend Update​ which features the latest hotel statistics and hotel development pipeline in the Perth CBD.

Major projects in Perth and Fremantle

Tourism WA has developed a Major Projects Development Map which illustrates major precinct, hotel, residential and commercial developments taking place in Perth and Fremantle. 

Some of these include:

Elizabeth Quay: This project will transform the iconic Swan River and enhance Perth's reputation as one of the world's most liveable cities.

Perth City Link: Perth City Link will reconnect the CBD with Northbridge for the first time in 100 years, delivering improved access and connectivity.

Riverside: This project will transform the eastern gateway to the city. The project includes a mix of residential, commercial and public spaces which capitalise on the unique river-front setting to become a cosmopolitan waterfront community and tourist destination.

Perth Stadium: Located on the Swan River, the new 60,000 seat Perth Stadium will be a major sporting and entertainment venue, capable of attracting national and international events to Perth.

New WA Museum: WA is embarking on one of the most significant museum redevelopments in the world at this time. The new building will integrate with the refurbished heritage buildings to display the State collection in contemporary and innovative ways.

Last Reviewed: 2017-10-13