What can you do in Aramadale? In this brief guide, we list some of the top things to do in this city.
Adventure Time at the Champion Lakes Regatta Centre
The Champion Lakes Regatta Centre is not just for serious rowers. They host rowing competitions all year around, within the 55 hectare lake, built expressly to accommodate serious rowing. But, you can go there to swim, go canoeing or even have a picnic or a spot of barbeque on the sandy beach. You can lounge on the beach and watch the boats zoom by or pedal through the trails along the lake’s shore.
Explore the Araluen Botanic Park
Seek rest and serenity amongst the vibrant flowers, meandering streams, moss and butterflies at the Araluen Botanic Park. The park is home to an extensive collection of Camellias and roses, including heritage roses. The park’s Stinton Creek is definitely picturesque and grammable. Araluen Botanic Park spreads across 59 hectares of bushland, while the gardens span across 14 hectares. Each garden space features exotic species of plants, which flourish in Armadale’s cool microclimate. You can have a picnic in the shade of this enchanting garden or grab a cuppa from the tearoom.
BARRELHOUSE Armadale – Pubs and Bars
Located in Orchard Avenue, BARRELLHOUSE Armadale is a great place to hang out with friends. They offer a sizable selection of delectable fare inspired by modern pub cuisine and American smoke house dining. The bar provides an extensive range of cocktails and drinks.
The Voodoo Lounge – Strip Club and Adult Cabaret Lounge
The Voodoo Lounge promises a whole new approach to sensuality and sexuality. Their neo-art decoration creates a visually stimulating atmosphere. Renowned as Perth’s most prominent adult night club, the Voodoo Lounge has managed to clinch five Australian Adult Industry Awards. Apart from being a strip club and cabaret lounge, they offer lap dances. Their bar service is rather outstanding, and they boast of a wide selection of scotch and whiskies.
Things to Do in Aramadale Cafés – Le Petit Prince
The French influence is apparent at the ‘Le Petit Prince’, named after the famous French writer’s whimsical tale of love and beauty. They serve inspired, rustic baked goods, from crusty loaves, petite pastries and buttery croissants. As far as artisan bakeries and cafés go, Le Petit Prince is one of the best in the city. They provide a très French range of breakfast dishes such as ricotta hotcakes and œufs cocotte as well as sandwiches made with freshly baked bread.
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