Find Something to do or Somewhere to go in Perth

Desert, River, Sea. Portraits of the Kimberley at Art Gallery of WA

If you are a lover of indigenous art, then you must be sure to visit the Art Gallery of WA for their latest exhibition, Desert, River, Sea, Portraits of the Kimberley. Running from 9th February until 27th May, the exhibition showcases Aboriginal art from the Kimberley. The exhibition features works commissioned from six Kimberley art centres and three independent artists, […]

Canteen, Trigg

If you’re looking for a casual feed, with a million dollar view in the northern suburbs – try Canteen at Trigg Beach. Owned by the Kalis Group, the focus is on fast seafood. The old Trigg Island Café was transformed a few years ago into a stunning venue overlooking the ocean. There’s the Island Market restaurant next door, which has […]

Miaflora Garden Centre, Inglewood

Found on at the quieter Inglewood end of Beaufort Street, Miaflora Garden Centre is a wonderful family run boutique nursery, gift shop and cafe! Garden lovers are sure to find something to take home in the varied range that’s on offer – plants, garden supplies, pots, gifts and there’s even a café too. Outside, the nursery is set out in […]

Night Noodle Markets, Elizabeth Quay

The popular annual Perth Night Noodle Markets are back for another year. Elizabeth Quay is abuzz with all the aromas, sounds and vibrancy of an Asian hawkers market! This delicious event has over 20 food stalls, bars and nightly live music. To eat, there is a lot on offer and not just noodles to choose from. A wide range of […]

The Brig Amity Replica, Albany

The Brig Amity replica stands proud in the historical precinct off Princess Royal Drive, at the gateway to Albany. The full-size replica was built in 1976 and sits close to the place where the original brig first arrived on Boxing Day 1845 under the captaincy of Major Edmund Lockyer and his crew. We decided that a great start to our […]

The Aftermath Film Review

Set in postwar Germany, The Aftermath (based on the book of the same name) is a the story of a love triangle between an English Officer and his wife, both suffering over the death of their only child, and a German widower who has had his home requisitioned for the use of the English couple. British Colonel, Lewis Morgan (Jason […]

The Merrywell, Crown Perth

Whilst bustling pub The Merrywell may not be an obvious choice for dining at Crown Perth, we’ve enjoyed a few casual lunches there. It can be packed to the rafters on Friday nights and weekends, though we find it a good spot for a quiet mid-week lunch. There’s plenty of beers on tap, as well as wines, cocktails, soft drink […]

Ninth and Merchant, Inglewood

If you find yourself at the Inglewood end of Beaufort Street, visiting the Inglewood Library or the Black Pig Deli (like us!) – pop into Ninth and Merchant for a delicious bite to eat. The casual eatery has friendly service, great coffee and a tasty menu. We stopped by for brunch. There’s plenty of spots to sit inside and out, […]

Excess Baggage

The stories of the men and women who returned from World War 1 This exhibition explores what happened to the men and women from the local district who enlisted and survived World War 1. Discover their stories through the physical and emotional souvenirs that they brought back. This exhibition opens 15 November 2018 and runs until 30 April 2019 at […]

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Brain Training

When: Monday, Wednesday and Friday: 10am – 11.30am A fun social group engaged in stimulating activities including cards and board games, puzzles and bingo. Along with keeping the mind active it is an opportunity to meet new people. Morning tea included.

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RAD Walkers

RAD Walkers (Rockingham Alzheimer's and Dementia Walking Group) is a regular walking group for people living with dementia, and their carers. RAD Walkers meet 10am–11am on the first and third Friday of each month at Village Green, Flinders Lane, Rockingham. Come along and make new friends while keeping active in a welcoming and supportive environment.

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Desert River Sea: Portraits Of The Kimberley

9 February - 27 May 2019 | FREE WESTERN AUSTRALIAN CURATED BY CARLY LANE, CURATOR ABORIGINAL AND TORRES STRAIT ISLANDER ART AND EMILIA GALATIS, COMMUNITY LIAISON & PROJECT COORDINATOR   Desert River Sea: Portraits of the Kimberley is the highly anticipated culmination of the Art Gallery of WA’s six-year Kimberley visual arts project, supported by Rio Tinto, Desert River Sea: Kimberley Art Then […]

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2019 Fremantle International Street Arts Festival

The 2019 Fremantle International Street Arts Festival is here! Fremantle International Street Arts Festival started as a celebration of Fremantle’s local busking culture in 1999 and has grown into a showcase of the world’s best street theatre. Each year over the Easter long weekend, the streets of Fremantle are transformed into an open-air theatre of the amazing, weird and wacky, […]

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Table Tennis

Join this very social and casual table tennis group. Catering for beginners through to the experienced table tennis player. Cost $4 per session. • Tuesdays 9am - 12pm • Thursdays 9am - 12pm • Fridays 12pm - 4pm

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South Perth StrEATS

South Perth's favourite street eats return to the foreshore for the summer months! Available on Sir James Mitchell Park (Coode St) near the flagpole, picnic along the foreshore with the best views of the city skyline. With so many food vans on offer, there's plenty to tempt your taste buds. Available Wednesday - Sunday from 5-8pm. 'Like' South Perth StrEATS on Facebook […]

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The Farmers Market on Manning

Bring the family, bring your empty bags and stock up on farm fresh produce at bargain prices. Enjoy the fun and stress-free atmosphere that the outdoor market brings. Fresh fruit and vegetables Fresh meat and fish Fresh flowers and lots more!

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Mt Claremont Farmers Market

Mt Claremont Farmers’ Market has been a popular meeting place for locals and visitors since 2007.  Situated in the leafy suburb of Mount Claremont, the Market brings together growers and consumers, provides a relaxed meeting place and teaches the origins of foods. The Market’s 55 stalls tempt patrons with sustainable produce and delicious, locally made products.  You can stock up […]

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Joondalup Growers Market

At the market you will find a wide range of West Australian organic and conventionally grown fruit & vegetables from the gardens and orchards of the Darling Range all the way down to Donnybrook and back up to Canarvon, grass fed beef from the pastures of Gingin, milk, cheese and yoghurt from the cool hills around Albany, bio-dynamic lamb, beef […]

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