Top Things To Do In Perth This Year
Perth is full of restaurants, cafes, bars, shops and venues, so we’ve collected our top five to discover at your leisure this month!
Where food meets art and you discover your next resting place from Tuesday – Saturday, noon ‘til late, Bivouac is a place for culture and rejuvenation. The kitchen is inspired by the Mediterranean, so expect share plates, veal & prawn skewers and baklava by day, and even more in the evening. The art that graces the walls is from local, emerging artists, and anyone can request to showcase their work, so who knows, you could be eating beside your own pieces at Bivouac in no time.
198 William Street, Northbridge
1905 Coffee On Newcastle
A place that not only serves you great coffee but offers a unique experience, 1905 Coffee On Newcastle is satisfying to your heart as well as your belly. A not-for-profit organization giving people with learning and physical disabilities the chance to learn extra skills, as a visitor, you can enjoy super sweet treats and hearty delights from delicious burgers to strawberry-topped pancakes.
231 Newcastle Street, Northbridge
Four showrooms around Perth and Fremantle and an online store are your go-to destinations for beautiful furnishings, stylish homeware and thoughtful gifts. From tables, stools and lighting to plates, towels and bookends, there are hundreds of items to select from, five days a week.
147 South Terrace, Fremantle
201-205 Stirling Highway, Claremont
25 Market Street, Fremantle
649F Alexander Bulding Beaufort Street, Mount Lawley
Whether you walk in in a suit & tie or head to toe in tattoos, everyone is welcome to enjoy the soft lighting, relaxed open-plan and ridiculous drinks menu at 399. By ridiculous, we mean insanely cool, with enough cocktail creations to shake a parched stick at. From the classics to the imaginative, you can pair yours with a range of cuisine, because these guys have a great relationship with the surrounding eateries. Meet them yourself, seven days a week, 4pm – midnight (10pm Sundays).
399 William Street, Perth
Francoforte Spaghetti Bar
Step from William Street into rustic Italy with authentic spaghetti and fresh salads. A typical laneway restaurant that chooses quality over quantity, the menu may be simple but the flavours are not. Add antipasto to your order as a side, slurp on the carbonara and don’t forget tiramisu for dessert.
4/189 William Street, Northbridge