Open Thursday + Friday (12pm-12am) and Saturday 4pm-12am
Hibernian Place, Top Floor, (Cnr Hay Street, 40 Irwin St, Perth
A Middle Eastern-inspired oasis nestled in the newly developed east end of Perth in Hibernian Place. Inspired by ‘hadiqa’; the Arabic word for ‘garden’, this stunning rooftop bar and restaurant is brought to you under Andy Freeman’s Sneakers & Jeans banner – from the team behind Varnish on King, The Flour Factory and Caballitos.
Samuels on Mill
Open 11-9.30pm Thursday + Friday, 5-10.30pm Saturday
Parmelia Hilton Perth, 14 Mill Street, Perth, Australia
Inspired by Samuel Kingsford, who built the flour mill that influenced the street name back in 1883, Samuels on Mill is an elegant, inspiring bar and restaurant in the heart of Perth. Led by Chef Chad Miskiewicz, who has been an epicurean innovator since 1998, our team creates inspired modern cuisine in a tasteful, refined ambience.
125 St Georges Terrace, Perth is home to a number of cafes, restaurants and bars: https://bfplperth.com/dine-and-drink#page-1
Bob’s Bar (rooftop): 12pm-12am Thursday + Friday, 4-12am Saturday
Print Hall (bar): 12pm-12am Thursday + Friday, 4-12am Saturday
The Heritage Wine Bar: 12pm-10pm Thursday + Friday, 3-10pm Saturday
The Royal Hotel
Open Tuesday- Sunday from 12pm. Takes both bookings and walk-ins
531 Wellington Street, Perth
Built in 1882 on the corner of William & Wellington Streets, The Royal Hotel was the original heart and soul of Perth. Back in her heyday, The Royal was a hive of mixed activity – the true epicentre and melting pot of Perth, and the epitome of a great Australian pub
The Revely Bar
Open Thursday 11-6pm, Friday + Saturday 11am-late,
Promenade, Elizabeth Quay
Positioned overlooking the Swan River at Elizabeth Quay, The Reveley encompasses a cafe, dining room and rooftop bar. Head to the ground floor for casual eats come lunch or dinner time, climb the stairs to the dining room, or progress to Henry's Rooftop for freshly shucked oysters and river views.
Six Senses – The Quay
Open daily 12pm-3pm, 5.30-10pm
11 Barrack Square, Perth
Quality, affordable Thai beautifully positioned at Elizabeth Quay.
Things To Do
Fraser Avenue, Perth (open 24 hours)
Finding an immense native park studded with trees that live for 2000 years, a suspended bridge and dense wildflower carpets in the heart of a capital city is as unexpected as it is engaging. Welcome to Kings Park in Perth! (read more- hyperlink to WA Tourism)
Perth's iconic Cottesloe Beach is as pretty as a picture. It's one of the city's most popular spots for swimming, snorkelling, surfing and drinking in ocean sunsets over a glass of wine, a refreshing beer or a relaxed dinner. (read more- hyperlink to WA Tourism below)
Getting there: Marine Parade, Cottesloe. Public buses leave frequently from Perth's Elizabeth Quay Bus Station. Trains run from Perth Station to Cottesloe Station every 15 minutes and get you there in less than 20 minutes on the Fremantle Line.
Just a 30-minute drive from Perth city, the port city of Fremantle has a heady history. Largely concentrated in the city’s compact West End, it’s a precinct that boasts an impressive 250 heritage-listed gems and is the largest single place to be included in the State Register of Heritage Places. As you weave through the grand Edwardian and Victorian buildings, built under gold-boom exuberance, you’ll discover tales of folklore and history from shipwrecked explorers to runaway convicts (read more – hyperlink to WA tourism)
Getting there: Public buses leave frequently from Perth’s Elizabeth Quay Bus Station. Trains run from Perth Station to Fremantle Station every 15 minutes and get you there in 20 minutes on the Fremantle Line.
Staying a while?
See what WA has to offer by heading up north or down south…
See what WA has to offer by heading up north or down south…
The lunar-like Pinnacles form one of Australia's most unique and fascinating natural landscapes. Formed over millions of years, thousands of tall limestone spires rise eerily out of the yellow desert sands of Nambung National Park, just outside the coastal town of Cervantes. (read more: hyperlink to WA Tourism) https://www.westernaustralia.com/au/attraction/pinnacles/56b266a82cbcbe7073ae055c
Getting there: Hire a car and drive just under 3 hours from Perth
Perth's idyllic island playground, Rottnest is just a short ferry ride from the mainland and a world away from city life. For such a tiny island, this car-free and carefree Class A reserve packs a lot of pleasure into a day. (read more: hyperlink)
Getting there: Ferries depart Perth multiple times per day for a short 30-minute trip to Rottnest. See options here: https://www.rottnestisland.com/the-island/getting-here/by-ferry
WA’s South West - Margaret River Wine Region
Producing more than 25 percent of Australia’s premium wine, Margaret River is one of the nation’s largest wine regions, with more than 200 vineyards. It’s also renowned as a world-class big-wave surfing destination, and draws many top-rated chefs with its incredible variety of fine produce (read more: hyperlink)
Getting there: Travelling from Perth by road, you can choose to drive the coast or country route to the Margaret River wine region. The quickest option, following the Forrest Highway, gets you to the cellar doors on scenic Caves Road in just over three hours. There’s also the option to arrive in style, taking a private helicopter or seaplane direct to select wine estates. Nominate a driver for the day, or join a guided tour of the cellar doors with a local wine expert.
WA’s North West - Ningaloo Reef:
The World Heritage listed Ningaloo Reef is internationally recognised as one of the planet’s last great ocean paradises. Located in Western Australia's Gascoyne region and fronting the gateway townships of Exmouth and Coral Bay, the 300 kilometre long Ningaloo Reef is the largest fringing coral reef in the world. From March-August, book your tour to swim with the world’s biggest fish- the Whale Shark! (read more- hyperlink)