Let’s not kid ourselves, this Queens Birthday long weekend is going to be about Footy & the kids nagging you to take them to the Royal Show. If you don’t have tickets to the game, here’s our tips for some fun places to catch the action (sans children) along Beaufort Street as well as some other tips for celebrating our Sovereign this weekend (or just enjoying the extra day off!).
All long weekend…
Saturday 22 September
Celebrate the official opening of Harvey Leigh’s Public House in Highgate slurping oysters and sipping craft beer whilst catching the Eagles game on one of three big screens.
With $10 Jugs, $7 house spirits, $5.50 wines and $6 Pizzas from siren to siren the Civic Hotel in Inglewood is always a popular venue for footy finals.
The Inglewood Hotel always attracts a big crowd and will have their usual drink and food specials on for the game.
Sunday 23 September
Recover or keep going? Decisions, decisions…
Our tip? Pack a picnic or hit up your local bakery (did you catch our 5 to try: Bakery suggestions?) and head to a local park to enjoy some sun!
Monday 24 September
Whatever else you plan to do this day, don’t miss the Season Opener of the Inglewood Monday Night Markets starting at 6:00pm – dinner sorted!
Tuesday 25 September
Is my birthday! And the first person to read this far and leave me a happy birthday comment below wins a bottle of bubbles! Splendid!
Thursday 27 September
Sees RAW Australia hosting Horizon at the Rosemount Hotel. Horizon features 40+ hand-selected emerging artists from Perth across fashion, music, visual art, photography, performing art, accessories, hair and makeup for a one night creative explosion! Tickets are $20 pre sale or $25 at the door.
Whatever you decide, make sure you get out of the house at some stage and sample what’s on offer in our wonderful suburbs. Enjoy!