And it appears England's cricket stars will cope just fine this winter as the tourists look to claim a heroic series win over Australia after the hosts whitewashed them last time round Down Under.
England seam bowler Stuart Broad took to Instagram on Sunday to post a video of the hotel where Joe Root's side will be staying ahead of their opening warm-up match of the tour against a Western Australian Cricket Association (WACA) XI, which will be played on November 4-5 at the WACA Ground.
England's Stuart Broad showed off England's hotel in Perth after touching down in Australia
Broad gave his Instagram followers a glimpse of what his luxurious hotel room looks like
In the social media video, Broad shows off the luxurious lounge in the hotel room, before heading out to the balcony to give his followers a glimpse of the view.
And let's just say that England won't have far at all to walk to the WACA Ground as they gear up for an arduous couple of months.
The cricket ground is just a stones throw away from their hotel, with Broad making reference to the near proximity of the stadium on his Instagram page.
Broad then showed off this view of the WACA, where England play their first warm-up match
A match was being played at the WACA as the England seam bowler recorded his video
The 31-year-old wrote on his social media account: 'Just arrived… think we're staying close enough to the WACA!'
England's touring party play three warm-up matches before the first Test against Australia gets underway on November 23 in Brisbane at The Gabba.
Root and his England side will be spending plenty of time in Perth this winter as they play the WACA XI in a four-day Test at Richardson Park from December 9-12 before taking on Australia in the third Ashes Test just two days later.
Broad and his team-mates touched down in Australia on Sunday ahead of the Ashes series