Here are some of Darlene’s top picks in her neighbourhood:
Brown Street Studio
22 Brown Street | website
Brown Street Studio is the creative heart of Darlene and husband Peter’s agency that features a portfolio of performers and entertainers, including Darlene’s all girl Elvis tribute band. It’s also where they offer marketing, entertainment and video production services.
Toast60 Royal Street | website
The spot to go for an all-day breakfast with a vintage vibe, Toast has been popular with locals for years. Settle in for a meal or grab n’ go to keep exploring the neighbourhood. Who knows what or who you may come across!
Gioia on the River20 Royal Street | website
Authentic Italian cuisine on the river, Goia meaning ‘Joy’ in English will certainly fill your heart and belly with its namesake. Pick a spot with a view, bring a friend or a book and while away the afternoon.
Victoria Gardens10 Royal Street | website
Victoria Gardens can be a destination in itself! Pack a picnic and make full use of the facilities while relaxing under original trees that were retained when the area was developed in the 90s. Stroll up and down the naturally hilly landscape to discover artwork that celebrates the area’s Indigenous history.
Little Ferry CoClaisebrook Cove | website
Enjoy the cove from a different perspective by jumping on a solar powered electric ferry! Super quiet and with no yucky diesel smell these ferries will take you all the way from the cove to Elizabeth Quay. Take in the Swan River scenery on a round trip to keep experiencing the many bars and restaurants of Claisebrook.
60 Royal Street | website
This waterfront dining locale has a relaxed easy-going vibe and plenty of outdoor seating, so you can take in the view of the water or indulge in a spot of people watching. Great food and a really good game day atmosphere draws crowds from the nearby Optus Stadium.
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- 05 Oct '20