Articles Tagged ‘Kings Park’

Oprah’s Guests Visit Perth

Oprah’s Guests Visit Perth January 26, 2011 | What's New | Read More
So unfortunately Oprah decided not to drop in on Perth, despite our petition! She did, however, send a couple of guests from her Ultimate Vacation over to Perth to have a look around.  Michelle and LeWayne Bryan spent a few days both exploring Perth and getting into the south-west of Western Australia...

Planning 24 Hours in Perth for My Visitor

Planning 24 Hours in Perth for My Visitor November 26, 2010 | Travel Tips | Read More
I’m excited – I’ve got a friend coming to visit Perth on the weekend. The only downside is she’s only going to be here from 9am Saturday until 9am Sunday – a real 24-hour whirlwind trip. So I’ve been giving some thought to how I’ll show her the best of Perth...

Speaking of Spring: Perth Parks Guide

Speaking of Spring: Perth Parks Guide September 23, 2010 | free | Read More
While the northern hemisphere is putting the finishing touches to summer, down here in Perth we are just getting the feeling that summer is approaching. Clear skies and warmer days are a sure sign that spring is well and truly here, like I mentioned recently with my spring tip to visit Lake Monger. On...

WA Symphony Orchestra Cheap Seats Perfect for a Perth Night Out

WA Symphony Orchestra Cheap Seats Perfect for a Perth Night Out August 14, 2010 | Nightlife | Read More
Classical music fans, make sure you spend a Friday or Saturday evening in Perth enjoying the sounds of the West Australian Symphony Orchestra. And if you think Bach or Beethoven aren’t quite your thing, I still encourage you to try out an evening at the orchestra – and here’s how. For...

Anzac Day dawn ceremony in Kings Park soon

Anzac Day dawn ceremony in Kings Park soon April 13, 2010 | Events | Read More
If you’re in Perth on April 25, there’s a must-do event for you: the Dawn Service held at the Kings Park War Memorial to celebrate Anzac Day. Yep, I’m seriously recommending getting up at four in the morning to head to the park in the centre of town and stand quietly with thousands...