5 Things To Do In Perth This Long Weekend

Whether you’re entertaining the kids, ticking off your to-do’s or taking time for yourself, this list has your plans sorted. Check out what’s happening in Perth this long weekend!

  1. Elizabeth Quay Fun Fair
    Running April 3-7, this family fair is a packed experience even parents will enjoy. Test your luck at the Rabbit Shooting Gallery before jumping on the thrilling Dream Swinger adventure ride. Feeling giddy? Take a stroll and scoop up a few showbags, but be sure to share the lollies!
    When your adventure is over, head over to Elizabeth Quay’s beautiful dining boardwalk for a burger, ice cream or afternoon tea.
    Source: Elizabeth Quay Fun Fair
  2. A day amongst greenery
    Treat yourself to a day of winter florals at one of Waldecks’ suburban retreats near you. Take an inspirational browse through the fresh garden gallery to pick out your next yard landscape or indoor friend. Even the kids will enjoy this one!
    Did you know music keeps your plants happy, healthy and flourishing? If you’re kicking your feet up at home, crank up Waldecks’ very own Spotify playlist, “Music For Your Plants”. You may even find your new favourite tune.
    Source: Waldecks
  3. Inglewood Night Markets
    Foodies, get out your calendars. This Perth favourite food fair has been extended until April 26th!
    Text your friends and treat yourself to delicious food from around the globe. Check out the best food trucks in town, including The Dirty Swine, Il Panzerotto and El Aleman Loco (the loaded fries are phenomenal!). If you’re still hungry, stop by Greek donut favourite, Mr Meli. Who doesn’t love chocolate coated “loukoumades”?
    Grab a table, set up your spread and enjoy the local music.
    Source: @perthgrub
  4. Kookaburra Cinemas
    Sit back in your deckchair, relax and enjoy a movie under the stars. Surrounded by the beautiful state forest, this outdoor cinema experience is running until the beginning of April.
    Perfect for date night or that catch up you’ve been meaning to book, the Kookaburra auditorium is grassed with fourteen picnic tables. Bring a basket, indulge in the food trucks or take a trip to the candy bar before settling in for the film.
    Source: Experience Perth
  5. Book a dinner
    What better way to spend your free time than sampling the best food Perth has to offer?
    Supporting local tastes as good as it feels, especially at Sedap, Malaysian favourite in Victoria Park.
    Sedap, translating to “delicious”, is appropriately named with its fun, modern and authentic menu. Catering for everyone, their dishes are robust and complex, making the decision between noodles, roti and laksa a difficult one!
    Source: Sedap 

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