Start at Elizabeth QuayIf you are coming from south of the river catch the ferry over from South Perth to Elizabeth Quay. Once you arrive take a ride on the Italian-crafted carousel then grab an ice cream from the famous Gusto Gelato and stroll around the Quay. If the tummies are already growling a stop in at Milky Lane to try one of their monster burgers will provide fuel before the game.
Pixar PuttRight outside the RAC Arena, test your skills on the pop-up mini-golf experience, Pixar Putt. Experience Pixar's stories, characters and icons in an open-air mini-golf course with interactive holes inspired by Toy Story, Cars, The Incredibles, and more. Perfect for all ages, play some serious putt and earn bragging rights before heading in to watch the Fever.
The Palace ArcadeA restaurant, bar and arcade venue that caters to the young and the young at heart. Featuring a monster of a menu of new-york style pizzas and wall-to-wall arcade games that would make the kids of Stranger Things envious, Palace Arcade is a day in itself. Make your way over to this hangout of retro arcade games for lunch and afterwards settle for once and for all who is the ultimate champion of NBA Jam.
Exquisite Bodies | Bruno BoothGet hands-on with art at The Art Gallery of WA which is hosting an interactive, all-ages exhibit called Exquisite Bodies. Disabled artist Bruno Booth created the art to challenge preconceived perceptions of disability through visitor interaction. With free entry, this installation encourages participants to give deeper consideration on beauty, mobility and ability.
FoodYou’ll likely have an appetite after cheering on the Fever so kick on the afternoon with some lunch. Sushi is a popular choice and the sushi train at Jaws Sushi Town Hall is always a pleaser. Plus Kpop store Morning Glory Perth is next door for hard-to-find Kpop merch.
For burgers, you have the American-style Hoodburger or chow down on a classic Short Order burger before heading next door to Krispy Kreme.
For lovers of dumplings try Munchy Monk’s unique Thai chicken dumplings or the crispy pan-fried Shanghai Jian Bao dumplings
Perth has upped its dessert game in the last few years, and sampling some of the delectable dessert bars on offer is a must. For the fluffiest pancakes on this side of Japan, Kumo Desserts down Washing Lane is for you. Try the puffy pandan or sunny honey soufflé pancakes, along with their selection of colourful teas.
Or if ice cream is more your fancy, there is the iconic taiyaki filled with gelato at Whisk Icecreamery or sample the refined flavours at the ever-popular Chico Gelato. If you prefer to grab something on the go before heading home, try the viral Pistachio Chonk croissants from Zont’s Bakehouse, or the rainbow-hued ice desserts from Dessert Garden Australia.
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