- Published: Friday, 02 November 2012 10:41
- Written by Nita Teoh
The Perth Walkabout Monthly Wrap is published at the start of each month to provide a snapshot of articles that hit the headlines in the last 4 weeks.
Here is Perth Walkabout's Monthly Wrap for the month of October:
Managing Carmen is the world premier play that will be showing at Black Swan State Theatre Company from next month. If you enjoy a good comedy with some interesting twists and turns along the way, this play will be the one to catch as the last in the season.
Well known Australian playwright David Williamson captures the heart of the audience with this interesting satiric play that is set on the sports field.
Karijini National Park (formerly know as Hamersley Range) is one of Western Australia’s most spectacular parks, and at 6274 square kilometres, it is the second largest in size only to Karlamilyi National Park.
Based in the heart of the Pilbara region some 1200 km north of the capital Perth, Karijini National Park offers visitors rugged gorges, waterfalls, plunge pools, walking trails of various levels and a red beauty that is distinctly north-west Australian.
If you’ve decided you want to support more organic products, you’re in luck. Perth has many places to find great quality organic shops and products as well as a growing number of organic cafes. Mainstream markets and restaurants are also expanding their selection of organic offerings, making it easier than ever to go organic.
One of the perks of working in the Perth CBD, has got to be the coffee. It’s one of the things I missed the most when I was on maternity leave, and has remained one of my motivators to getting up at the crack of dawn to get into work. Over time, I’ve been taking recommendation after recommendation of where to grab the best coffee in Perth, and from this I’ve compiled my top 5.
Hotels are functional, but every now and then you want something different; something a little more exciting on your holiday. Thanks to the internet an increasing number of accommodation options are now available in and around Perth.
Loritz Circus in Perth - Magic under the Big Top
The circus is in town - in the suburb of Armadale, Perth to be exact. Loritz Circus' bold and bright red and yellow big top beckons with a light hearted carnival spirit in the air as the excited crowd lines up to get a ringside seat. Roll up, roll up…. there are lots of amazing acts to discover at the Loritz Circus.
The theme for the night is Out of Africa as the stage awakens at dawn to a day in the wild jungles of Africa.
The Loritz Circus performers are high energy...
Loritz Circus in Perth - Photos of the Star Performers in Action
Last week, I published an article about the Loritz Circus being in town - currently performing in Armadale till the 11th November and then moving on to perform at the Cannington Greyhounds from the 14th of November to the 9th of December.
Here is a feast for your eyes of some of the star performers in action.
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