When the temperature drops, what could be better than tucking into the city's best eats and drinks? Here are some of the top picks from Winter Fest and available from 24 June to 21 July.
- 12 Jun '19
Don’t let the winter blues get you down; there’s heaps going on in Perth this July.
- 13 Jun '19
With such a jam-packed festival season in the first half of the year, you could be forgiven for thinking there’s not much on once the wet weather sets in. As it turns out, Perth has so much on offer for lovers of arts and culture! Here are our top picks for the second half of 2019.
- 04 Apr '19
It’s Friday, you’ve just finished another long week at work, and you and your colleagues are keen to blow off some steam with a tipple or two. But you don’t want to go to the usual mainstream spots that will be inevitably packed with people come 5pm; no, you want to go somewhere a little more uncommon, a bit quirky and slightly unexpected. So where do you go? You head underground.
- 14 Jun '19
Em Pearman of Stilettos and Bricks takes us around Perth to uncover some of the best unique and independent stores…
- 20 Jun '19
Enjoy quality craft beer right on the City’s doorstep.
You may think of reading as just something you do to pass the time when you’re on the train to work each morning; but what you might not realise is that there are many benefits to reading books. So many, in fact, that we should definitely be treating it as more than just a way to kill time during our daily commute.
- 10 Jun '19
Perth might be most famous for its glorious beaches, but as our city continues to grow the metropolitan area remains a beautiful one to explore in its own right. And the best way to explore is by foot – not only does it help you reach some special nooks and crannies and good for a bit of easy fitness, it won’t cost you a cent! Here are some of Perth’s best places to explore by foot:
- 17 Jun '19
Aboriginal cultural activities such as walking tours are really transforming the Perth City cultural scene right now. Here are some top tips to get you walking, talking and learning in an interactive Aboriginal cultural experience.