They all cry there is nothing to do in Perth, we say that is bloody rubbish. Each week we will bring you the best bits to get around to.
Lets start with the Quay, finally it has arrived. We have waited ages for this amazing space to open with all of its fab bits and pieces on offer.
The Elizabeth Quay Opening Night promises free laser & light display, food trucks and music as well as the chance to perv on the new businesses and buildings in this exciting project
The schedule for Friday 29 January is:
- 4pm Gates open
- 4pm – 5.30pm: Aboriginal traditional and contemporary performances
- 4.30pm BHP Billion Water Park opens
- 5.30pm FRINGE WORLD Fairground entertainment begins
- 5.30pm Boat show begins
- 7.45pm Official proceedings
- 8.00pm Laser Light show
The Silent Disco is part of the Fringe World Festival, Open this weekend Friday and Saturday night 8 pm.
Grouch & Co Concept Store is playing host to a range of goodies from Mary Street Bakery and Top Dup Doughnuts. It will be mazing! 8am till 12pm
The beautiful images from Graham Miller are on show this weekend (The exhibition runs till the 28th Feb) at the Art Gallery of Western Australia.
“Graham Miller is one of Western Australia’s most important photographers. He is known for his atmospheric images that combine cinematic vision with the eye-for-subtle-detail of a short story writer” Art Gallery WA.
Graham Millers Exhibition open till 28th Feb
The Sunset Markets at South Beach are on every Saturday Night 5pm till 9pm. It’s food truck heaven, they also have live music and a super chilled community vibe.
The South Fremantle Growers Farmers Market are a stellar alternative for those who love a cafe breakfast, they have a great line up of international foods available, coffee, chai and even Kombucha. You can buy all your veggies and stock up on organic meat, hand cured salmon while letting the kids harass the farm animals at the petting farm. At the high school on Lefroy Street, Beaconsfield.
Western Australia Maritime Museum is holding Harbour Sundays, a five-week series of free live music. Running from 5pm till 9pm. Victoria Quay, North Fremantle, Perth
“Taking place on the balcony of the Maritime Museum with panoramic views of the Fremantle Harbour, Harbour Sundays will bring together a stellar slate of the finest jazz, blues, folk and rock ‘n’ roll Perth has to offer, alongside a fine selection of RTRFM DJs.
It all kicks off on January 31, starting with a live outside broadcast of RTRFM’s Rockin’ The Roots, followed by moody blues songstress Catherine Traicos launching her new album, Brave the Good Dark. Exquisite singer-songwriter Lucy Peach rounds out the rest of the bill, along with ex-Breakfast presenter and RTRFM heartbeat Peter Barr on the decks.” Western Australian Maritime Museum.
Get Lost Maze This maze is super exciting, as part of the Fringe World Festival it promises to transport you to a world of wonder- suitable for children of all ages this is a great Sunday arvo family outing.
Enjoy the Weekend and let us know how your weekend played out!