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Join Youth Pride Network for a potluck dinner this Friday

Join Youth Pride Network for a potluck dinner this Friday

LGBTQIA+ advocacy group Youth Pride Network (YPN) are hosting a potluck dinner at Perth City Farm this Friday. YPN are inviting you to join them for dinner and enjoy some great food while connecting with the local community. YPN committee member and event organiser Jack Meakins says everyone of all ages is welcome to come […]

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This October, get out of the city and head to Chittering

This October, get out of the city and head to Chittering

With Western Australia enforcing it’s strict border lockdown, people are taking their holidays within the state and heading to nearby towns for weekend trips. This October there’s a good reason to head north from Perth to the idyllic town of Chittering. A Taste of Chittering will make its return as an all-weekend Spring celebration on […]

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The Perth Craft Beer Festival returns to Claremont this September

The Perth Craft Beer Festival returns to Claremont this September

The return of WA’s largest beer event, Perth Craft Beer Festival, is making the move back to where it all began, at Claremont Showgrounds for a gigantic weekend from 4th – 6th September. Activating one of the biggest beer halls Perth has yet to frolic in, with plenty of undercover areas and even fire pits, […]

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Six Senses is a disappointing Thai food experience

Six Senses is a disappointing Thai food experience

Six Senses Gourmet Thai is located in one of Perth’s newest precinct’s Elizabeth Quay. Sitting outside on a surprisingly warm winter’s night with views of the city and the quay was relaxing and pleasant, but sadly the food and service was not optimal. The venue has stylish decor and lush light house music played in […]

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Head back out into the world for drinks and tacos at El Publico

Head back out into the world for drinks and tacos at El Publico

After months of cooking at home, and not seeing any friends or colleagues on Friday night the OUTinPerth team met up in person for the first time in several months, heading out for some drinks and tacos at Mount Lawley El Publico. The service was excellent, friendly and speedy, and not long after we ordered […]

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Check out all the gin joints with a walking tour to three Perth bars

Check out all the gin joints with a walking tour to three Perth bars

The people who brought you Perth’s original gin distillery tour are giving you an excuse to strap on your drinking shoes with a brand-new way to show your devotion to the spirit. Perth gin devotees can experience the new Gin Walking Tour from boutique tour operator Hidden deTours, as they team up with local gin […]

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The Cale Street Festival returns to Midland in February

The Cale Street Festival returns to Midland in February

The Cale Street Festival returns to bring heaps of fun to Midland on Sunday 23 February, and accessibility will be central to this year’s event. Following a successful debut last year, the festival will celebrate all that summer offers with family friendly activities, market stalls, live music and delicious food outlets. The event is being […]

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Victoria Park Hotel comes to life with exciting new menu

Victoria Park Hotel comes to life with exciting new menu

The Victoria Park Hotel has new owners and they’ve transformed it into a welcoming venue that boasts a revived decor and exciting new drinks and food menu. Victoria Park really has transformed in the last few years and dotted along the long snaking Albany Highway is a collection of great shops, restaurants, and iconic pubs. […]

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Perth’s The Royal Hotel reopens its doors with a stylish makeover

Perth’s The Royal Hotel reopens its doors with a stylish makeover

Perth historic The Royal Hotel reopens its doors today and venue has been given a sleek makeover. Built in 1882 on the corner of William and Wellington Streets, The Royal Hotel was the original heart and soul of Perth. John Parker, the man behind applauded Northbridge bar, The Standard, is bringing the heritage-listed building back to […]

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Head to Subiaco for mountains of Christmas themed family fun

Head to Subiaco for mountains of Christmas themed family fun

If you’re looking for some family friendly Christmas fun, Subiaco is the place to be with an array of exciting and free events on offer. From outdoor concerts and gingerbread house decorating to artisan markets and a snow slide, there’s a mountain of Christmas events planned. Led by See Subiaco, Dreaming of a Subiaco Christmas […]

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