Availability & Bookings
Client Login
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If you wish to cancel your booking, please enter the Booking Reference Number and your last name.
Apartment Assignments
Please assign your guests to their apartments. Nominate their names to each apartments.
You have nominated multiple apartments; please note that the arrival/departure dates and payment details must be the same for all apartments. If these details are different, please consider separate bookings.

Location & Map

With the thriving East End on our doorstep and the city centre only minutes walk away, Mont Clare has the perfect city address for convenience and relaxation.


  1. Mont Clare
  2. Queens Gardens
  3. WACA Ground
  4. Gloucester Park
  5. Hyatt Regency Hotel
  6. Langley Park
  7. Wellington Square
  8. Sheraton Hotel
  9. Duxton Hotel
  10. Perth Concert Hall
  11. Supreme Courts Gardens
  12. Barrack St Jetty and Cycleway
  13. Royal Perth Hospital
  14. Hay St Mall
  15. Perth Convention & Exhibition Centre
  16. Kings Park

The electrical current in Australia is 240/250 volts AC 50Hz. Voltage switchers may be required for some appliances. The triangular three-pin power outlet is different to many countries so an adaptor may also be required. Switchers and adaptors can be purchased from most department stores or are available on request from reception. A refundable deposit is required.

Perth enjoys a wonderful Mediterranean climate with four distinct seasons. The Summer months of December, Januaury and February are warm to hot with little or no rain. Summer temperatures average 29 degrees celcius during the day and 17 degrees celcius at night. The Autumn months of March, April and May and the Spring months of September, October and November are delightful with moderate temperatures. The Winter months of June, July and August are cool and wet with an average temperature of 18 degrees celcius during the day and 9 degrees celcius at night.

Foreign currency can be exchanged at International Airports and at most banks. Australia has a decimal currency with the dollar as the basic unit of currency (100 cents equals $1.00). Notes come in $100, $50, $20, $10 and $5 denominations. Coins come in $2, $1, 50 cent, 20 cent, 10 cent and 5 cent denominations. It is legislated that accounts be “rounded” up or down to the closest 5 cents.

Time Zones
When traveling throughout Australia, you need to be aware of the three different time zones that apply across the country; Western Standard Time (WST), Central Standard Time (CST) and Eastern Standard Time (EST). “Daylight Savings Time” also operates in some States of Australia and at different times of the year. Western Australia operates on Western Standard Time (WST) which is eight hours ahead of Greenwich Mean Time (GMT).