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Your Guide Around Perth – The Spring Edition!

Spring is finally here! We have had a chilly winter, but have no fear things are starting to warm up soon, so it’s time get out and about to experience all that Perth has to offer. New and exciting places to visit and explore are popping up all over the city.

Elizabeth Quay

This is one of Perth latest attractions and it’s still growing. If you are looking for an enjoyable date night with a view, then this is the place for you. Nestled among Elizabeth Quay are an array of unique bars and restaurants. If you are looking to dine in an exquisite heritage building overlooking the Swan River you might want to consider making a booking at the Isle of Voyage restaurant situated in the Heritage Listed Florence Hummerston kiosk. For a more casual lunch or dinner step into V Burger Bar and enjoy some delicious gourmet burgers. Don’t forget Elizabeth Quay is just a short ferry ride away from Assured Waterside Apartments.

South Perth Foreshore

Picturesque views with your Sunday stroll? With a complete view of the Perth city skyline, South Perth foreshore is the place to be, especially on a sunny Sunday. Surrounded by luxurious apartments, this is the perfect spot to make the most of the s warmer weather to come. After your stroll why not check out some of the fashion boutiques around South Perth and have a waffle at Gelare after.

Fremantle markets

Enjoy the vibrant atmosphere that Fremantle has to offer by exploring the markets and the cappuccino strip. If you’re a coffee lover, you need to try some of the gourmet coffee beans and blends for sale at the markets. The famous Fremantle cappuccino strip is a must visit, so why not take a stroll and stop at one of the many bars, restaurants’ and cafes. Hint for all you beer lovers: The Monk Brewery Kitchen located on South Terrace is definitely worth a visit for a large selection of craft beers and bar food.

Swan Festival of Lights

Taking place from 28th to 30th October at Elizabeth Quay this festival has been a popular event in Perth since 2008 and coincides with the Indian festival of lights called Deepavali. This year’s event is sure to impress with a broad range of delicious street food, international music, arts, entertainment, and dance.

Kings Park Festival

Offering some of the best views of the City, Kings Park is a part of Perth History. You can enjoy this beautiful spot any time of the year, but for some extra fun why not come and check out the Kings Park Festival. The festival offers guided tours through the park exploring the spring flora and fauna, various exhibitions, live musical performances, face painting for kids and much more. The festival is on from 1st to 30th September, so you still have plenty of time to check it out!

Now that you have read this article go out there and enjoy all there is to do in Perth and make the most of this beautiful spring weather.

Happy Exploring!


শাহেদুন Shahedun amin chowdhury