Travel Guide to Gay Perth

Author: , April 13th, 2017

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Emerging from Perth airport the first thing that hits you is the light. Clear blue skies and an almost harsh bright white sunlight that bakes everything it touches.

Where to Base Yourself in Gay Perth

North Perth — a neighbourhood well-served by cafes and restaurants and within walking distance of the city centre.

Leederville – great cinema and good bars and restaurants.

Fremantle – known for its markets and dock-side lifestyle.

Central – gay Perth’s central business district has all the shops you could want, plus some great bars and restaurants. The city has the Swan River running through it and there is development underway to make the most of this riverside precinct.
Which beaches to go to

North Cottesloe – probably the favourite with locals, endless white sand and solid waves.
City Beach – a bit easier to get to and favoured by a younger crowd.

Where to Eat

Long Chim — Perth: Chef David Thompson is renowned as a passionate advocate of Thai cuisine, and in his restaurant Long Chim he celebrates the flavours and traditional dishes of Thailand by elevating them to something spectacular. We were there for a family dinner, which the sharing-style dishes suited perfectly. Our starters included crunchy prawns; beef skewers; and dried prawns wrapped in betel leaves. Our mains included calamari, green chicken curry, a rich beef curry, and lamb ribs. While there is a relaxed, unfussy style to this restaurant this is still very much high-end cooking, with high-end prices to match. If you were being picky, the serving sizes are a touch on the small side (considering the price you’re paying), but this is almost compensated for by the depth and complexity of flavour. Without doubt this was one of the best Thai meals I’ve ever eaten.

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Visiting Perth

Any time’s a good time to go to Western Australia, but you may want to time your trip to catch Perth’s Pride activities in October, or the International Arts Festival in February. Summer days can reach well over 30-degree heat, while winter nights drop to a little below 10 degrees.

Local attractions include the glorious 1904 His Majesty’s Theatre and the diverse range of works featured in the Perth Institute of Contemporary Arts. Don’t miss the local Zoo and Old Mill, and enjoy a river cruise along the Swan.

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