Perth’s laneways can be a little tricky to spot if you’re not in the know, so we’ve compiled a list of our favourite Perth lanes that are hidden away so you don’t miss out.
It’s time to get off the beaten track—you never know what you might find! Here’s where to find all of the best laneways in Perth.
Beaux LaneMount Lawley
Connecting King Street to Murray Street in the CBD, Wolf Lane is one of Perth’s coolest laneways. Here you’ll find Wolf Lane, The Wolf Espresso and Cheeky Sparrow—so whether you're after coffee or something a little stronger, you'll find what you're after in this laneway.
Anvil LaneMount Hawthorn
Head to Anvil Lane in Mount Hawthorn for Neighborhood Pizza. Do you really need any other reason?
You’ll find deliciously good toasties down Grand Lane in the CBD at Toastface Grillah, as well as winning fish tacos at Grand Lane Fish House. It’s also a handy way to avoid walking into all of the people on Barrack Street during the lunch time rush.
Brodie Lane in Doubleview is about to become your new favourite laneway with Harry & Gretel set to open up shop there soon. Stop by Mr Herbert’s for some really good coffee, Lisa Burns Training Studio to get your sweat on or Arcorace for a new ‘do.
The quaint and pretty Howard Lane in the CBD has been a favourite laneway of ours for quite some time. Down here you will find Helvetica and Andaluz Bar & Tapas, as well as some pretty awesome street art.
Shafto LanePerth CBD
Walk past Pleased To Meet You and loads of yummy fun times await. There’s Sneaky Tony’s, Old Lane Street Eats, Billy Lee’s Chinese, PappaRich and more. Plus, Rooftop Movies are just around the corner and up a few flights of stairs during summer.
Not technically a laneway, but Forrest Walk in Subiaco deserves to be included in this list due to Lulu La Delizia alone. You'll also find the Forrest Walk Barber Shop in case you're in need of a bit of a tidy up.
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Wolf Lane | Image credit: Elle Borgward