We’re back to two day weekends so you’d better make the most of it! From busting out yoga poses at Elizabeth Quay to catching a Polish film that'll make you cry or sipping wine while overlooking our beautiful city, we have your weekend plans sorted!
Here are 15 amazing things to do in Perth this weekend.
Friday 9 June
City Wine At Perth Urban Orchard
Kick up your heels at City Wine and enjoy tasting different wines while noshing on delish tapas and taking in the view of the Perth skyline. With some of the state’s leading boutique wine producers on board alongside tasty food treats, this is going to be a night of fun and frolicking. For more information, click here.
The Smith Street Band At Metro City
Get ready for one amazing concert with The Smith Street Band hitting Metro City. Playing fan favourites as well as new hits, if you’re a Smith Street Band fan from way back you won’t want to miss this one! Click here for more information.
Saturday 10 June
Free Acting Classes At Acting Classes In Perth Kensington
It's time to let out your inner star! If you think you have more stage presence than Kristen Stewart in Twilight (who doesn't) then this is the class for you! Whether you're an aspiring actor or just want something fun and different to do this weekend, check this class out. For more information, click here.
World (Bel) Gin Day At The Belgian Beer Cafe
Put your weekday woes behind you this Saturday and celebrate World Gin Day with the gin loving peeps at The Belgian Beer Cafe. Adelaide Hills Distillery have joined the beer cafe team to bring some top notch gin to the table (and your cups). This international award winning gin will be just one of many gin-tastic offers on the night. If a night full of gin cocktails and inspired eats is your cup of... gin then click here.
Sunday 11 June
One Fine Day Wedding Fair At Claremont Showgrounds
This one's for all the soon-to-be brides out there or anyone who likes to look at pretty dresses, cakes and all other wedding related things! A wedding show with a difference, this one features handpicked stalls to make sure nothing but the best is on display to help with any big day woes. For more information, click here.
Pok Pok At The Bar At Long Chim
This is an event for all the foodies around town, acclaimed chefs David Thompson and Andy Ricker are putting on a spread at Long Chim this weekend. Andy Ricker already dominates the US with his renowned NYC Pok Pok restaurant, and for the first time ever he's bringing his delish meals out of the grand old states. Make sure to head on down, grab a cocktail and wrap your hands around his famous Pok Pok wings. For more information on this first-time event, click here.
Little Market Place Pop Up Markets At Victoria Hall Fremantle
Sundays are meant for markets—they go together like weekends and sleep ins. So hip-hip hooray to the guys and gals at Little Market Place for putting on a pop up market to keep the Sunday tradition rolling. From new threads to candles this place has it all on offer, with food trucks too of course. For more information on this awesome market, click here.
Chemo Australian Premiere At Cinema Paradiso
This film is a true gem of the Perth Polish Film Festival, inspired by true events and the director's own marital stories. About identity, love, illness and a fight for life, this film will have you reaching for the tissues—you’ve been warned! For more information, click here.
Sun Never Sets On Yoga At Elizabeth Quay
What better way to end the weekend and start the new work week than with a sunrise yoga sesh! In honour of International Yoga Day, join this amazing event with over 140 cities rising with the sun to salute yoga. Grab your colourful mats, put on your finest active wear and get down to Elizabeth Quay for this international event. For more information, click here.
Soul Sessions At Five Bar
Five Bar is throwing down some soul tunes this Sunday with amazing meal deals to match! With $15 fish and chips to feed your belly and cocktail jugs from $30, this is the place to be. Click here for more information.
The Big Caribbean Rainbow Party At The Blue Flamingo
If a ticket to the Caribbean is a bit out of your budget, then The Blue Flamingo is your saviour as they'll be bringing the Caribbean to you this weekend. With themed music and carnival dancers, let your hair down this Sunday at the Big Caribean Rainbow Party! For more information, click here.
Winter Markets At Roleystone Markets
With crepes on offer and awesome craft goods, Roleystone’s Winter Markets are one great way to spend a Sunday! If strolling stalls and picking up some handmade goodies is what you like to do in your down time, then don’t miss this. For more information, click here.
Corgi Playdates At Furbaby Boutique Cafe
Calling all corgi lovers! This corgi play date at the ultra adorable dog loving cafe Furbaby is just right for you. Whether you own a corgi or just love their cute little legs, everyone is welcome! For more information, click here.
Jamaican Jungle Boogie At Hula Bula Bar
The Jamaican vibes are coming in strong every Friday night in June from 4pm at Hula Bula Bar, with Appleton cocktails flying over the bar. They’ll be serving up some Jamaican style jerk chicken and an authentic goat curry paired with Appleton Mai Tai cocktails and there’ll be a Jamaican DJ every week. We recommend that you settle in and soak up all of the vibes with your mates (with Appleton Estate cocktail in hand, obviously).
Jamaican Vibes At The Windsor
Appleton Estate is the flavour of the month at The Windsor this June, who’ll be serving up Jamaican Stormy cocktails with Appleton Estate Rum and Capi flamin’ ginger beer for $12 available all month. On Saturdays, things will really ramp up, with live music from 8pm every Saturday night in June—we can already see you hanging out here with your friends all month long.
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