The Best Pubs in Perth

Things to do in Perth
pubs in perth

Whether it’s a hearty meal at the best Pubs in Perth or a cool beer on a hot day with some live music, travellers to this part of  Western Australia will not be disappointed. With such a vibrant pub scene travellers will certainly be spoilt for choice and this is where the following go-to-guide can be helpful. For those who are visiting Perth and are short on time these suggested watering holes will help to explore the city´s best hang outs.
Here are The Best Pubs in Perth
As is finding the ultimate pubs amongst the best things to do in Sydney, so too is it in Perth and like any other big sity in Australia. we will leave it up to you to decide whilst you feast yourself through your Perth to Broome Tours 
 
The Rosemount, North Perth
Better known  as ´Rosie´ in North Perth, this pub cum eatery is where diners can go to experience live music. Few Pubs in Perth offer walk in diners the chance to catch a glimpse of the next greatest singing sensation. Families with kids and dogs in tow are actively encourage at the Rosemount. The establishment serves up family friendly grub and promotions throughout the week from burgers to fish and chips and specialized meals for children. However, it is the music that draws diners to Rosie´s – from famous local bands to popular groups such as Tiny Little House, Spoon and the Panics have all graced the venue ś music room. It’s a homely atmosphere with retro pop-up sales taking place alongside more serious album launches and playful karaoke sessions. The Rosemount has something for every member of the family.
 
Ocean Beach Hotel,   Cottlesloe
Another hidden gem among the Pubs in Perth is the Ocean Beach Hotel, located across the Cottlesloe Beach front. Fancy breakfast overlooking the beach from the hotel’s own rooftop, or a few pints on a hot day at the sports bar ? The hotel offers varied options whether it be for dinning or a quiet gathering of friends for drinks. Travellers who frequent the Ocean Beach are known to hang on for the legendary Sunday sessions at the hotel´s beer garden on the rooftop. In the evenings watching the sun go down from the rooftop and enjoying a cold drink, what could be better ?
 
The local hotel, South Fremantle
Exuding a vintage charm about it,  the Local Hotel located in South Fremantle is a stylish way to enjoy the local spirits.  A visit to this hotel has definitely got to be one of the things -to-do in Perth.  The menu at the Local Hotel is diverse enough to offer meals for any time of day and even the fussiest of eaters will find dishes that suit their taste buds. Among the restaurants in Perth, the one at the local hotel also offers a public bar. In addition, the hotel offers more space for gatherings and socializing at its whisky bar or casual dining venue. A once drive-through bottle shop has now been converted into the Local Garage – a garden bar which serves breakfast over the weekends. Accommodation in the form of boutique rooms, decorated by local designers offer a modern yet cozy lodging.
The Norfolk, Fremantle
If diners believe that beer and gardens go together then the gardens at the Norfolk in Fremantle are a must. Unlike usual indoor  pubs in Perth the outdoors at the Norfolk with its open air seating offering  sunny and shady spots can be a welcome break from the norm. The menu includes popular favourites like pastas, pizza, steaks and more. The limestone walled courtyard of this historic venue has been the hub of social gatherings since the 1800s. Its central location makes it a halfway point to many attractions and its almost customary among locals that evenings should end with a drink or bite at the Norfolk.
Whether you are branching out to pubs on the east whilst enjoying your east coast Australia tours whether you are south or west, Australia is packed with pubs. Do not rush yourself however, take all the time needed to see yourself through the best pubs in Perth.