Anyone visiting Perth will find plenty of places to enjoy a range of cuisine, it has been claimed.
People who have booked flights to Perth need not worry about eating out once they arrive in the city.
Writing for the Daily Telegraph, Mark Chipperfield explained that the city has “an exciting food scene” and offers a wide variety of cuisines.
“The liveliest food and bar precincts are Mount Lawley, Northbridge, Subiaco and Leederville,” he noted.
Anyone who wants fresh seafood should head to Freemantle, he advised, because this port has “built up a strong reputation” for a host of different fish dishes.
Eateries in the area offer everything from bistro dining to traditional fish and chips, Mr Chipperfield pointed out.
For exciting nightlife, travellers should pay a visit to the Mount Lawley area, where there are a host of bars and clubs, including venues featuring live music and DJs.
Anyone touching down on flights to Perth this summer will find plenty to keep them occupied, with a host of events scheduled in the city.
These include the York Gourmet Food and Wine Festival in June, the City of Perth Winter Arts Season and the Revelation Perth Film Festival in July.
Written by Ruth Norris