WINTER FEST 24 JUNE to 21 JULY Warm up with Winter Fest and take the kids on a winter adventure in the city. For more details and to discover what else is on go to visitperth.com.au/winterfest SKATING AT FESTIVAL Elizabeth Quay Daily until 21 July Ticketed The ice rink offers Read more [...]
Go behind the scenes of Australia’s most state-of-the-art Stadium and see where the stars prepare before the big event. Then experience that spinetingling feeling as you walk onto the hallowed playing surface for the ultimate fan photo opportunity. As part of the Tour experience, you will also discover sports memorabilia Read more [...]
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The game is afoot these holidays! WA Detective Trails are self-guided walks around the historical and cultural attractions of WA – with a puzzle-solving twist that will have your kids ditching their electronics and dragging you into the great outdoors. Each trail comes with a crime to solve and a Read more [...]
Yagan Square Playground – we have rooftop movies, bars and restaurants… now the kids of Perth have their very own rooftop playground! Located within the brand new Yagan Square precinct it is a great place to grab a bite to eat and play while taking in the views of our Read more [...]
Location: Perth City Indoor Play Area located just outside the restaurant
Rio Tinto Naturescape Kings Park – A place where children can be kids of a bygone era and it’s FREE! Rio Tinto Naturescape is one of the world’s leading nature spaces for children. It is the most unusual and brilliant playspaces that I have ever come across. It is designed Read more [...]
Ivy Watson Playground, also known as Stickybeaks playground in Kings Park is a great playground built specifically for 6 year olds and under. The area is fenced but it is large with several different play areas and can get very busy so you’ll need to keep an eye on your Read more [...]
Every Friday 5pm (October – April) Forest Place, Perth City The Twilight Hawkers Market brings the tastiest street food from around the globe to the heart of Perth.
The Elizabeth Water Park is an interactive water feature located at Elizabeth Quay, which at 1000 square metres is over three times the size of the Water Labyrinth in Forrest Place. The Water Park is located right opposite the Elizabeth Quay train station (formally the Esplanade Train Station) so it is Read more [...]
Forrest Place Perth Water Labyrinth – no longer can you venture into the City of Perth to do a spot of shopping with the kids in tow and expect them to stay dry. In the centre of Forrest Place you will find the water Labyrinth Fountain and it’s fabulous fun! Read more [...]
Features: Indoor playroom with games consoles
Located in Synergy Playground in Kings Park
Located within the Ivey Watson Playground area.
Opening Hours: Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday 10am – 4pm Entry: FREE
Baby Rhyme Time For ages 0 – 2 years Story Time For ages 2-4 years Stories, rhymes and crafts. Educated by Nature Storytime For ages 2-7 years Enjoy stories and music about the Australian bush. Children and families are invited to use natural materials to recreate the story, building imaginary Read more [...]
Baby Rhyme Time For ages 0 – 2 years Story Time For ages 2-5 years Visit the library website for up to date days and times.
Mardalup Playground is a popular location in East Perth for family picnics as it’s right on the banks of the Swan River, opposite the new Perth Stadium. Mardalup is a Nyungar term meaning ‘place of small marsupial’. The playground is on a soft fall surfaces, making it great for toddlers and kids of all ages, though with the river Read more [...]
Lake Vasto Playground is a popular spot at Ozone Reserve in East Perth. A large gazebo makes it a top location for big family picnics and group gatherings if the weather is looking a bit iffy. The reserve is close to the banks of the Swan River, over the road from the Point Fraser development. Read more [...]
Russell Square Playground features a free-standing birds-nest swing, two slides of different sizes, monkey bars, a balancing bridge, and a climbing. There is plenty to climb and bridges to run across,… as well as some grassed area next to the playground. The base is rubbery soft fall decorated with cute Read more [...]
Celebrity chef’s relaxed Italian chain, with rustic menu and antipasti bar.
Harold Boas Gardens, a lush inner city park, is dappled in sunlight. It’s a lovely spot for a picnic, with lots of shade and park benches. And there’s a playground there too! The tranquil gardens feature small lakes, waterfalls and streams, so keep an eye on toddlers – they will Read more [...]