Here are some of Sharon's top picks in her neighbourhood:
Corner of Hay and Hale Streets | website
You could say Queens Gardens is like a little slice of London in East Perth where you can visit an exact copy of the famous Peter Pan statue in Kensington Gardens or pretend you are Julia Roberts and Hugh Grant in Notting Hill when you take a seat on a replica of the bench from the movie. It’s also one of Sharon’s favourite spots to enjoy family time.
4/135 Royal Street | website
When it's time for some nourishment or some time out, Sussa has you covered. This little gem serves excellent Latin American coffee with an ethnic twist and home-made goodies a plenty.
Perth City Farm
1 City Farm Place | website
A veritable oasis in the middle of the city! Step through the gates to this 26-year-old urban farm on the site of an old scrap metal yard for a reminder of the importance of environmental sustainability and community connection. Chill out in the café or plan your visit for the Saturday Farmers Market to stock up on the freshest produce.
131 Kensington Street | website
When it is adventure you crave look no further than Perth’s first axe throwing venue. They’ll teach you all you need to know so you’ll be throwing with the best in no time. And if you are super keen you can even join a league!
139 Kensington Street | website
All this adventure is sure to be thirsty work! Treat yourself to a tipple at this local distillery where you can take a whiskey flight or imbibe in some top-notch cocktails like a classic Old Fashioned or a more exotic MuleShine. And If you dream of being a whiskey connoisseur, book in for a guided distillery tour.
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