What’s happening in Perth this weekend

This weekend, expect sunny skies and temperatures around 20 degrees. If you are looking for something fun to do this weekend, you can take your friends and family to some of the interesting places in Perth.

Perth is always buzzing with excitement, whether it’s fun events or delicious local meals.

You can take advantage of the weekend to enjoy Perth without fighting through traffic and crowds. If you are interested, here is a list of some things to do in Perth.

If you haven’t been living in a cavern, then you know this weekend is Labor Day. When they find out they will be getting a day extra off, every Australian gets into a frenzy of planning.

Some people may choose to go camping, while others will spend the weekend catching up with their friends, eating a lot of food, and drinking alcohol. No matter what your interests are, Perth and its surrounding area will have plenty to keep you busy over the long weekend.

You’ll find the best cafes and restaurants in Elizabeth Quay Forrest Place Northbridge and Yagan Square. Forrest Place and Elizabeth Quay have water playgrounds, so bring some change of clothing.

In Fremantle, there are many markets, restaurants, parks, and tourist attractions. Dine on the waterfront, visit the arts center or prison, or take a tour of one of the many museums.

The calm waters of the Harbour are perfect for swimming; you can window shop at the many charming shops and dine in any of the restaurants.

There are many family-friendly attractions in Perth, including water parks, parks, playgrounds, and cafes. We’ve got all the information you need to know about what to do today, tomorrow, next week, or even a family trip or weekend getaway.

What Happens This Weekend

Perth has something to offer everyone, whether you are a tourist or local. RedBalloon has the most unique and exciting activities to do in Perth. You can take a ferry, bike, or paddle around the beautiful Rottnest Island, soar over Western Australia’s capital on a heli-tour, or relax with a massage. Perth’s mild climate and beautiful weather make it a great place to spend the weekend.

Sci-tech Exhibition

Earth Matters: rethinking the Future, the current exhibition at Science, is a multi-sensory, immersive journey into the world of tomorrow. You are invited to embark on a journey to learn how innovation can create a sustainable future.

Learn how the smallest actions can have a far-reaching impact by exploring the relationship between humans and their environment, as well as the Science behind climate change, biodiversity, and carbon emission.

Discover the inner workings of a tree, learn about species at risk, and visit a Banksia forest to see what impact you can make on the ecosystem. Try pedaling your way to answers to learn more about electricity production, storage, and transfer, as well as ways to help nature in your backyard.

State Buildings Crafternoon

Every hour, Beer Corner celebrates the best breweries in the region. You can purchase a large pour from one of the four Washington State brews at certain times for only $7.50. Beer Corner is currently featuring the legendary Blasta Brewing Company of Burswood.

You don’t like beer? House wines cost only $10, while Champagne bottles are $75. Beer Corner isn’t your average watering hole. Instead, it celebrates some of Western Australia and the world’s best beers.

Latitude Joondalup

Perth’s best indoor aerial park offers you the chance to fly, climb, and jump at its top super park. Latitude is a hit with kids. The massive indoor climbing and trampoline park allows them to let off steam and have fun. Children’s self-esteem and learning new skills are all unique challenges.

Latitude offers a variety of activities, including tightrope walking, climbing, bouncing, and tumbling. What’s more, The Grid’s ninja-parkour-inspired layout presents a formidable obstacle course.

Even the youngest children will enjoy themselves. Children younger than five years old can have their trampolines and climbing walls in the Kids Zone. The young explorers are in for a huge adventure.

Latitude is a great place to visit because you can watch your child grow in a safe and fun environment while enjoying coffee and free wifi. Both parties benefit.

Trampolines There are over a hundred trampolines here, as well as basketball courts and a giant inflatable bag.

Rock Climbing – 180+ meters of climbing fun. Just don’t look downward.

Skywalk – This 8-metre-high obstacle course is an exciting and thrilling way to spend time.

The Grid: Navigate the 200-square-meter Ninja course by jumping, swinging, and racing.

Tumble Mat- Do you love to cartwheels, do freestyle, or tumble? You’ll love doing freestyle moves with the giant inflatable tumble mat.

Kids Zone – Designed for young explorers (18 months to 5 years old).

Basecamp: Relax, refuel, and chat with friends in the cafe’s cozy atmosphere.

The session runs every hour. Each hourly session gives you access to the whole facility. Get there early to check in so you are ready to go as soon as the doors open. Open-toed footwear is not allowed in the Grid, Climbing Zone, and SkyWalk.

Gnalla Pop-up Plaza

The Gnalla pop-up Plaza is open from March 1 to June 30 in the Nollamara Shopping Centre for community celebrations. The Pop-Up Plaza in Nollamara Shopping Centre has been named “Gnalla,” the Indigenous word for our, to honor the beautiful Ficus trees that surround the plaza.

The city will be hosting six events in April that are aimed at families and youth, including workshops and performances from roving performers.

Youth Week


Earth Day

Beat the Drum Youth Week


Easter Egg Hunt & Bonnet Parade Gnalla Pop-Up Plaza

City officers on the event day will work with residents to design a plaza for Nollamara Shopping Centre.

Nollamara Avenue, the main entrance to Nollamara Shopping Centre, will be closed for the Pop-Up Plaza. Nollamara Avenue, near the Carcoola St. roundabout, is no longer the direct route to Nollamara Shopping Centre. However, Hillsborough Drive and Sylvia Street are still viable alternatives.

AFL Dine & Cruise

The Reveley and Captain Cook Cruises joined forces to offer you the best possible experience on game day. You had a difficult time getting to games last year. Are you tired of battling the crowds before the rounds to get food?

Enjoy a relaxing meal at The Reveley while enjoying the views of Elizabeth Quay. Take a 2-course set meal before boarding the Captain Cook’s Ship at Barrack Street Jetty to cruise along Elizabeth Quay.

You can skip the line and get treated like a VIP if you arrive at The Camfield one hour before the match. Why not watch the game on the 5-metre big screen before you take your seats at Optus Stadium?

The ticket includes early entry into The Camfield as well as a two-course menu at Reveley and a 25-minute cruise with Captain Cook to Burswood. It also includes complimentary drinks at The Bar. Buy your tickets in advance, and you can sit like a star at the game this year. Tickets are only available on Optus Stadium AFL match days.

Films for Survival

Enjoy a glass or two of wine while you watch short documentaries that are centered on human interest.

Three short films are shown every Wednesday based on predetermined themes, followed by a discussion panel featuring representatives of relevant non-profits, NGOs, and community organizations.

The categories include Art, Education, Entrepreneurship, Human Rights (Girls to the fore), Youth, Sports, Travel, Innovation, Personal Development, Leadership, Mental Health, and Physical Health.

Relax and enjoy a glass or two of wine while you watch inspiring documentaries on people who have made a difference in the world. The cost of admission, however, is completely up to you.

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