The Best Things To Do In Perth August
Perth, the largest city in Western Australia, comprises plenty of eateries, bars and boutiques. You won’t be short of things to do during your stay, from Spa’s to quirky fashion boutiques, here are our picks for the best things to do in Perth in August 2020
Cove Day Spa
Winner of the Australian Beauty Industry Awards 2013, Cove Day Spa delivers high quality treatments alongside a holistic approach to wellbeing. Unwind in a peaceful and elegant environment, with the choice of bath rituals, massage, hair removal or skin solutions on offer. Treat yourself to a five-hour Cove Chill for complete rejuvenation, or just pop in for one or two spa treatments to revitalise body and mind. Located in the heart of South Perth, Cove Spa truly captures the essence of wellbeing, promising visible results!
47 Tate Street, South Perth
High Tea at Rochelle Adonis
For $55 per person on weekends and $49 on weekdays, indulge in handcrafted sweet treats and tea at Rochelle Adonis. Your high tea package will include two courses, comprising sweet and savoury platters. From bite-sized cakes to cucumber sandwiches, Rochelle Adonis uses the finest ingredients and the best seasonal produce. Savour every bite of the superbly crafted creations, all of which are freshly made in their kitchen! Do you have a dietary requirement? High tea at Rochelle Adonis even caters to the gluten intolerant, vegetarian and those with pregnancy requirements; and with generous portions at affordable prices, there is no reason not to dine in luxury this lunchtime at Rochelle Adonis.
2 St Albans Avenue, Highgate
Fancy being transported to a world of burlesque performance and pin-up fashion? Make your way to the retro boutique, Burlesque Baby, to purchase or browse a collection of 1950s swing dresses, corsets, and vintage-inspired trinkets. Dedicated to portraying ‘50s style, the boutique encourages customers to unleash their inner Betty Page with clothing and lingerie reminiscent of the ‘baby boom’ era. Boasting ‘50s-inspired fashion with a modern twist, you’ll definitely be tempted to purchase a pencil skirt or two from this flirty yet sophisticated store.
567 Wellington St, Perth
The Raw Kitchen
Situated in Fremantle, The Raw Kitchen is much more than a restaurant. Set in a 1920s warehouse, this plant-based eatery also consists of an eco-store, gallery and yoga studio, truly endorsing a healthy lifestyle and environment. The menu boasts raw nachos, gourmet pizza, and an eclectic mix of healthy nibbles, whilst the eco-store has many organic beauty products on offer. A venue centered around an ethos of healthy living, customers can relax in a peaceful, green atmosphere.
181A High Street, Fremantle
If you’re looking for somewhere with tonnes of character and entertainment night after night, just head to The Bird, Perth’s coolest hangout. Whether you’re into your art, dancing until late or just somewhere to chill with some fried chicken and beer, this is the place to be. They even have Hip-Hop karaoke with songs like Beastie Boys ‘Shake Your Rump’, Fugees ‘Read Or Not’ and Jay Z ‘Hard Knock Life’ on the list.
181 William Street, Northbridge
Find a new label at Common Ground in Northbridge or Fremantle. Where local labels can be showcased and bought, this retail experience doesn’t have an online store, so you know all the goods are right before your very eyes. Stocking names like One Happy Leaf, Leo and Spargo and Mayflora, you can find floral design, vegan soap and handcrafted skateboards for both men and women. Step inside and find some common ground with the local tastes and fashions today.
224A William Street, Northbridge
82 High Street, Fremantle