Things To Do

5 Amazing Things To Do In Perth This Week

By Olivia Di Iorio
3rd Aug 2020

a plate of oysters on ice

Pinch and a punch for the first week of August! This week is showing off with some pretty darn cool things to do in Perth.

Whether you want to indulge in some whisky on a Monday night, celebrate world oyster day or enjoy a plant-based dinner, we’ve got you covered with everything you need to know about what’s going on this week.

Monday 3 August

get to know your whiskey at this masterclass | varnish on king

Calling all whiskey lovers, Varnish on King is hosting a Whiskey Masterclass which is the perfect way to end a Monday. Tickets are $43 which includes samplings of four different whiskies matched with some Varnish eats, and 20% off dinner if you decide to stay for a cheeky bite.

Wednesday 5 August

knock back oysters and wine | canteen pizza

Happy World Oyster Day! The teams at Canteen Pizza and MyattsField Vineyards are putting on a celebration for this delicious delicacy. On Wednesday, Oyster King Jerry Fraser will be shucking up a storm alongside winemakers from MyattsField who will be pouring some whimsical wines for you at Canteen. There’ll also be sunset beats for you to bop your head along to as you hold an oyster in one hand and a glass of wine in the other. Bookings are essential, so grab some friends and treat yourself this hump day. 

get yourself to pogo's first wine dinner | pogo restaurant

Pogo is hosting its first wine dinner this Wednesday night and you don’t want to miss it. For $55 you’ll be treated to the incredible Middle Eastern and Mediterranean eats Pogo has to offer. You’ll also enjoy six wines, blended from Australian and Middle Eastern grapes, to compliment each dish. 

Thursday 6 August

Ditch the meat for a five course Planted-Based Dinner | Pan Pacific

The Pan Pacific Hotel is putting on a five course plant-based dinner for all the vegans out there, or just for those of you who want to challenge your perceptions of vegan food. Curated by Chef Alejandro Saravia and his team, the five course menu is inspired by WA’s diverse landscape, produce and Noongar culture.

Explore Your Creative Side With A Cocktail in Hand | Bombay Sapphire

Bombay Sapphire is collaborating with local Australian artists for a virtual ‘Sip & Learn’ session to ignite your creative side at home. Collage artist Maximilian Malone will teach you some epic new artistic skills as you, of course, sip on your favourite Bombay Sapphire cocktail. Sessions are via Zoom with Malone on Thursday 6 August at 7pm.

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Image credit: Louise Coghill

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