Collected by Stephanie Bunce
100 St Georges Terrace, Perth WA 6000, Australia
A little out of place in Perth’s St. Georges Terrace business strip, Greenhouse Restaurant is a delicious dining experiment, built with 100 percent recyclable materials. Beat the crowds and arrive for breakfast, when executive chef Matt Stone...
Brookfield Place, 125 St Georges Tce, Perth WA 6000, Australia
The old print house for The West Australian newspaper has been reborn as the ambitious multi-venue Print Hall Bar & Dining Room. The printing presses are long gone, but the space’s soaring columns and intricate art deco details remain. The ground...
REAR, 222 William St, Northbridge WA 6000, Australia
Bringing two of Perth’s current obsessions—rooftop bars and throwback cocktails—together, the Mechanics Institute exudes old-school industrial cool. Look for the laneway entrance next to the beloved burger joint Flipside (order from the bar and...
Rottnest Island WA 6161, Australia
There's not too much to do on Rottnest Island, just off the coast of Perth in Western Australia, unless you want there to be! Since there aren't cars on the island, excepting the off maintenance vehicle and one bus, visitors use their two feet or...
1 City Farm Pl, Perth WA 6004, Australia
Founded in 1994, Perth City Farm was built on a former scrap metal yard and a battery recycling plant. It's hard to imagine that the grounds were once used for something entirely different. Today though this is a thriving urban farm hosting...
104 Marine Parade, Cottesloe WA 6011, Australia
Situated across the road from Perth's most famous stretch of sand, the Cottesloe Hotel inherited a classic Aussie address. The downstairs pub is more than a century old, but the patio has been reinvented as the Beach Club, a sprawling beer garden...
104 Marine Parade, Cottesloe WA 6011, Australia
One of Australia's most famous beaches, Cottesloe is a popular place for locals to go jogging, play beach cricket and bask beside the Indian Ocean. The landmark Cottesloe Beach Hotel across the street features the Beach Club, Cott & Co. Fish...
2/10 Broadway, Crawley WA 6009, Australia
I seek out and admire places that shift your attention from having to wait to enjoying the wait. The Tenth State serves great coffee and a selection of sweet treats that are to die for. While waiting for your order, you can browse through...
278 Marine Parade, Swanbourne WA 6010, Australia
The Naked Fig is a seaside cafe serving the largest coffee in town. During the summer, you can take advantage of their deck overlooking the beautiful Swanbourne Beach. In the winter, you can cozy next to the fireplace surrounded by fun decor with...
Trigg Beach, Western Australia, Australia
Without a question, one of the best beaches in Perth and my personal favorite for snorkeling is the Trigg Beach. This beach caters to surfers and body boarders, but a small majority of swimmers hide away and swim north of the rocky point knows as...
shop 4/1 High St, Fremantle WA 6160, Australia
Chalkys is a lovely, cozy corner spot that has a visually appealing atmosphere with the food to match. More importantly the staff is some of the friendliest I've come across. Chef Michael has a real cool vibe about him and you can tell is...
Leighton Beach, Western Australia, Australia
Leighton Beach is just a few steps away from the North Fremantle's train station and a short drive south from Cottesloe. For those visiting in the summer or winter, this beach is a sure bet. Great for swimming or a light surf with plenty of soft...
16 Bannister St, Fremantle WA 6160, Australia
It's raining today. Winds are expected to be up to 125 km/h, so on a day like this you want to be in a place where you can listen to the rain fall while sipping on a nice cup of tea. In the heart of Fremantle, but slightly tucked away is the Attic...
18 Collie St, Fremantle WA 6160, Australia
I really love the idea of remodeling an old building and creating a space that stills retains that old charm while having a new refreshing look. Yocal is a gorgeous cafe that serves a well-balanced menu offering warm meals, sandwiches, salads and...
61 Albert St, Auckland, 1010, New Zealand
A well-known publican named Thomas Foley established the Shakespeare Hotel and Brewery a few blocks from the Auckland harbor in 1898. Foley grew up in the building and painstakingly rebuilt the property out of red bricks he imported from...
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