As per usual, Perth has it going on this week with some epic things to do! Whether you want to eat, exercise or party there’s something that will be right up your alley.
Here are 5 awesome things to do in Perth this week.
Wednesday 10 May
Milky Chance At Metro City
If you can’t make it to Groovin’ The Moo, dry your tears because Milky Chance is lighting up Metro City just for you. With some of the smoothest vocals in the business, the Stolen Dance creators are back with new music for all their fans. If good music and good times is your sorta thing then don’t miss this concert! For more information click here.
Leeuwin Estate Wine Dinner At The Flour Factory
Leeuwin Estate's head chef Dany Angove and The Flour Factory's shining star Danny Sanchez will be putting on a spread like no other. The collaboration of these two kitchen masters will see a lavish dinner of four courses with matching Leeuwin Estate Wines—the perfect mid-week treat. For more information about this delish event click here.
Meet The Winemaker L.A.S Vino At Mayfair Lane
The folks at Mayfair Lane are at it again, putting on another awesome night filled with food and wine, this time with the Nic Peterkin from L.A.S Vino wines. Coming from a family of winemakers—and not just any winemakers, these are the guys behind the almighty Pierro—this guy knows his stuff and it shows in the amazing wines he produces. If good wine and tasty bites sounds like a good time to you, don’t miss this one. For more information click here.
Thursday 11 May
The Wombats At Metro City
Another Groovin’ The Moo sideshow is going down at Metro City on Thursday, and this time its The Wombat’s turn (no biggie). 10 years on from the release of their debut song and The Wombats are still turning out the music magic! Get down there and help them celebrate 10 years in the biz! For more info click here.
Friday 12 May
Walk With TOMS From The Cottesloe Beach Hotel
TOMS does a whole lot of good for the world—it's a one-for-one company, so every time you purchase a TOMS product, they help a person in need—so why not get down to Cott on Friday morning and help them out on TOMS One Day. Wear your red or green TOMS shoes (or just a tee in your chosen colour)—red to support giving shoes, green to support giving sight—and help raise awareness about what they do support people in need. Plus, what better way to start the day than with an early morning walk on the beach?
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Image credit: Louise Coghill