Woof Woof! The Riverside Barkfest is on Sunday 22 November, from 8am to 1pm. It’s going to be one big party for dog lovers as they come together at this event, to be held at the scenic Riverside Gardens in Bayswater.
A musical about bipolar disorder sounds like a premise for a wacky, Marx brothers comedy or an over-wrought, depressing tragedy. And while Next to Normal by Black Swan State Theatre Company certainly does have its share of frenzied highs and gut-wrenching lows, it remains firmly grounded in the reality of a family dealing with mental illness and its repercussions.
The wonderful Margaret River region is now just a three hour drive south of Perth offering a great midweek escape for city dwellers and an easy option for those heading in from other states. The big “problem" is that there is so much choice you can spend as much time deciding where to go as you can enjoying the local produce and scenery.
To make the most of your break think ahead and set a loose itinerary. To help with that, here’s what we did to maximise our chill time and still have plenty of fun, food and wine.
The celebration of Deepavali is just around the corner and festivities will take place at the annual Swan Festival of Lights event at the Supreme Court Gardens in Perth from the 6 to 8 November 2015.
The success of past Festival of Lights events has attracted many Perth locals to celebrate the universal theme of light triumphing over darkness with the community. And this year will be no exception, with the family friendly event expected to attract people into the city to celebrate and enjoy the cultural festivities.
Extinction by Black Swan State Theatre Company has hit the stage at State Theatre Centre of WA. It’s a modern Australian drama with plenty of bite – unearthing the complexities of modern day life and the pressure it exerts on the environment and people.
The play starts with a bang as a mystery man by the name of Harry brings a near extinct Tiger Quoll into the Cape Otway vet practice.
There are many beautiful scenic walks out and about Perth to explore including many walks along our foreshore and the Swan River.
An easy walk to access from the Perth CBD, is the Maylands to East Perth walk which is an easy 2km return trip from Banks Reserve, Maylands to Claisebrook, East Perth.
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