Saturday 6 June 2020 is a big day in Perth. Restaurants and bars can seat up to 100 people, punters can have a drink without ordering a meal, cinemas and amusement parks—among other things—can re-open; and that means Holey Moley and Strike are back on the cards this weekend.
If you haven't yet paid Holey Moley or Strike a visit and you're not quite sure what they entail, this weekend is the time to change that.
Get yourself down to Westfield Carousel for mini golf at Holey Moley and bowling at Strike if you want to go all out, or if Northbridge is closer to home, you can hit the green at the Holey Moley on Lake Street.
In case you missed it, Stike is also home to four karaoke rooms, two escape rooms and a fully equipped bar and rooftop to unwind in the sunshine that this winter is blessing us with.
You'll need to book for now and each venue is offering 1.5 hour packages which include bowling and/or mini golf (obviously) as well as drinks and signature cocktails. The gold package is just $50 and will get you a round of mini-golf, a game of bowling and two delicious cocktails; it's a no brainer if you ask us.
Looking for more things to do this weekend? Check out the Perth restaurants re-open for dine-in.
Image credit: Amy Higg