East Perth is a lifestyle-friendly suburb, sitting
on the Swan River. Well-connected by an efficient transport network, East Perth is home to a beautiful mix of parks and beaches, close to major attractions, amenities and essential services for both business and
leisure needs are within arm’s reach.
Inhale the beauty of waterfront living, with the CBD a heartbeat away.
EAT & DRINK
EASTSIDE SOCIAL RESTAURANT & BAR
Just a hop, skip and jump away , this place makes it a good choice for just about any occasion., fuelled with good mood food, cafe-style ambience and channelling bustling energy.
LONG CHIM (7-min drive)
Inspired by the markets and street food of Thailand, Long Chim brings the flavours of modern Bangkok to Perth’s historic state buildings.
STOREHOUSE SUBIACO (15-min drive)
Immerse in this modern rooftop bar and restaurant with a stylish indoor lounge and an equally sleek outdoor terrace, wrapped around with panoramic views over the Perth skyline. From breakfast through lunch, dinner and drinks, expect gourmet creations made perfect to share, as well as generous drink menu, including signature cocktails, craft beers and a large selection of wines.
ATTRACTIONS & ACTIVITIES
ELIZABETH QUAY (6-min drive)
Named in honour of the former Queen Elizabeth II during her diamond jubilee, this vibrant cultural precinct is where the city’s entertainment, recreation, art and heritage converge. There is plenty to see and do, and the best part, all this action is just six minutes away by car.
MATAGRUP ZIP+CLIMB (5-min drive)
Upon completion of the 2-hour expedition, be hugely rewarded with a view from the open-air viewing platform, 72 metres above the scenic Swan River. The challenge site is just five minutes by car.
THE ART GALLERY OF WESTERN AUSTRALIA | AGWA (11-min drive)
Conveniently located around the city centre, the Art Gallery of Western Australia hosts the State Art Collection which features one of the world's finest collections of indigenous art, as well as permanent and temporary collections from around the world.
KING'S PARK (10-min drive)
King’s Park overlooks the beautiful Swan River, the city of Perth and its surrounding suburbs. Throughout the park, a herbaceous scent from the rows and rows of eucalyptus trees lingers on. There are several lookout areas and an observation deck with spectacular views of the city skyline. Memorial plaques are positioned in front of each of the many trees to honour the fallen heroes who fought in various wars.
Take a short walk to the stunning Claisebrook Cove and discover parks, natural wetlands, cafes and restaurants. One of our favourites, Gioia On The River – award-winning traditional Italian food on the waterfront.
A "Do You Know?" moment. Experience the destination like a local.
BEYOND THE NEIGHBOURHOOD
To the South West of the Perth CBD sits the port city of Fremantle, a relaxed hub for boutique shopping, café culture, seaside dining and a variety of historical and cultural centres capturing Fremantle's colonial and nautical past. Fremantle is the place to go to delve into one of the best small boutique bar cultures anywhere in Australia, as well as a healthy array of dining options for every taste and budget.
When staying in Perth, a visit to Rottnest Island is a must. The island is a veritable outdoor adventurer's paradise, with everything from surfing, scuba diving, snorkelling and boating on, and under, the water to cycling, walking and wildlife watching on land.
DECEMBER 2022 / JANUARY 2023