Things To Do In Perth This September 2020

Things To Do In Perth This September 2020

Things To Do In Perth This September 2020

Here are our top three things to do in Perth this June, including dining, drinking, and exploring new works of art.

Things To Do In Perth This September 2020

You can take a look at what the recent graduates of art have created amazing local art this is a must amongst the Things To Do In Perth This September 2020. From the intricate to the intense to the downright disturbed, explore the creativity of the newest artists to come on the scene.
51 James Street, Northbridge

Visit the WA Maritime Museum in Fremantle

The Western Australian Museum is the State’s premier cultural organization, housing WA’s scientific and cultural collection.

For over 120 years the Museum has been making the State’s natural and social heritage accessible and engaging through research, exhibitions, and public programs.

The Nest Rooftop Perth CBD Bar

At the highest point of The Aviary lies The Nest Rooftop, and it’s certainly somewhere you can expect to get comfy and relax. With 500 square meters to play with, it boasts as being the largest rooftop space in the state and offers a fantastic view of the Perth skyline. Whether you want drinks or dinner, or just to laze about on the day bed beside a potted plant, The Nest is as welcoming as you can get. With a bar catering to your thirst (from cocktail pitchers to beer on tap – it’s got the lot) as well as share plates and pizza to gorge on, you may find yourself passing the time here from now on.
140 William Street, Perth

The Nest Rooftop Bar Perth

Bill’s Bar And Bites Leederville

Located in the front room of what was the Leederville Hotel, let the trained bar staff tend to your order and enjoy the small but delicious menu of bites. Serving some of the most lovingly-made cocktails in town, this place oozes a cool charm reminiscent of the 1950s – even the glasses scream retro-chic. The dishes are served on boards for a rustic element and the food sounds just as modest with cheese and ham toasties, chili con carne and baby Camembert on the menu, but all are unique and should not be passed by.
742 Newcastle Street, Leederville

Wooden platter ham