Clear your calendar, because Westfield’s Taste. Shop. Play is back for another weekend of epic pop-ups from droolworthy eats to a retro arcade and an adult treasure hunt.
It’s all going down on March 9 - 10 across three Westfield locations in Western Australia. So no matter your postcode or preference there’s sure to be something for everyone.
Westfield Innaloo will have your creative juices well and truly flowing with the guys at House of Hobby hosting a range of workshops including how to make feather hangers, earring design classes and ceramic pot painting.
If getting your hands dirty isn’t your style, you can watch the creativity unfold at Westfield Whiford City with Jayne Rolinson’s live art installation or partake in collage workshops by Colour and Shape, hosted by fashion icons Linda Jackson and Jenny Kee.
Release Your Inner Child
Those suffering from Peter Pan syndrome, you’re in luck. Westfield Carousel will be debuting a Colour and Cube immersive space featuring live music, where shoppers can wander through in the hopes of finding a prize. Think of it like a treasure hunt, but for adults.
Also on offer at Westfield Whitford City is ‘Arcade Alley’, where nostalgia-lovers can try their hand in classic childhood games, thanks to iPlay. While you’re there, make sure to head to Australian Geographic Garden Games Zone where you can test out their latest giant games range.
Taste and Learn
Westfield Whitford City is your one stop shop for all things delicious, with live cooking demonstrations, free samples in the fresh food zone and even a pop-up mini market hosted by the Cafe Collective.
Plus, make sure to hop along to the gram-worthy, ‘Putt for your Pretzel’ zone and test your skills in their neon pink, mini-golf set up for your chance to win some delicious, twisted, salty treats.
Shopping, free food, workshops, and arcade games? Consider your weekend sorted.
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