Perth’s biggest food festival, Eat Drink Perth, is designed to showcase Perth’s growing food and drink scene. With markets, picnics, food trucks, walking tours and pop-up restaurants in unique locations there’s plenty to enjoy!
The 2016 Night Noodle Markets will be at the newly opened Elizabeth Quay from 5pm to 9pm. The hawker style markets are free to enter, featuring 12 Western Australian businesses and a number of inter-state newcomers. Delicious dishes will be available from as little as $10, as well as pop-up bars, a beer garden and live entertainment.
Black Swan State Theatre Company present a dramatic stage show of the iconic Australian mystery, Picnic at Hanging Rock. Tickets can be purchased through Ticketek.
The Twilight Hawkers Market are held most Friday evenings in Forrest Place between October and April from 4:30 to 9:30pm. During the Eat Drink Perth festival the Twilight Hawkers Market will feature a whimsical pop-up Dessert Garden offering all things tempting and sweet.
Every Saturday from 8am to noon Perth City Farm host the City Farmer’s Markets. For the freshest local produce – groceries and delicacies – head down to Perth City Farm this Saturday.
Keen to learn how to pour the perfect cup of coffee? Sign up for this crash course in latte art and espresso blending. Ticket are available to purchase through Willie Wagtail.
Local leaders in the world of sustainability and conservation come together to demonstrate how simple it is to choose and live a sustainable and exciting lifestyle. The fair will be held at Perth City Farm from 10am to 4pm. Entry is free but make sure to register beforehand.
Perth’s favorite food truck festival brings together the largest gathering of food trucks in Perth, to celebrate and showcase what’s happening in the local food truck scene. The third annual Food Truck Rumble will take place at the Perth Cultural Centre and Museum Gardens on Sunday 3 April 2016 from 11am until 8pm as part of the Eat Drink Perth festival.
Immerse yourself in all things G&T as The Flour Factory’s Simon Hough shows you everything you need to know about the classic cocktails. Begin your evening with a delicious cocktail on a arrival, an introduction to gin and tonic and a lesson on how to make your own at home. Finish the masterclass with a well-deserved G&T, infused with delectable botanicals. Tickets are $50 per person. Book via (08) 9485 1711 or email@example.com.
Whipper Snapper Distillery will host a 2 hour Whiskey Workshop for the enthusiast to learn the craft of whiskey making alongside the distiller. The workshop includes a distillery tour, a whiskey process session and whiskey tasting. Tickets are $75 per person and can be purchased through the distillery.
Join a number of paddlers and raft up together on the Swan River to break the Guinness World Record for the largest raft of canoes, kayaks and skis on the morning of Sunday 10 April. 100% of proceeds from ticket registrations will be donated towards the victims of the Waroona and District Fires earlier in 2016.
The City’s sustainable living market brings fresh produce and homemade wares to the heart of the CBD. Local stalls offer home grown fruits and vegetable, Western Australian honey, fresh baked goods and more
See the Perth Concert Hall’s riverside veranda light up over five nights with a quirky mix of cinematic favourites and cult classics from 8pm to 10:30pm.
Celebrate the birth of Sakyamuni Buddha, the founder of Buddhism with this two-day multi cultural festival in Langley Park. Highlights of the festival program include multicultural performances, Chinese lion and dragon dance and fireworks display.
Stacey from Beans & Bunches florist in Northbridge will teach you how to create a flower crown. You will learn traditional wiring techniques, whilst designing an organic, ‘boho’ style flower crown to wear & take home with you. Classes include all the tools hire and fresh flowers, as well as step-by-step design instructions. Registration is essential.
The hugely popular Yum Cha in the Park returns in 2016 as the closing event of Eat Drink Perth. Enjoy dumplings, bubble tea and other delicious bite-size morsels on the Northbridge Piazza lawn.
Flowers have many meanings and, individually or grouped together, can convey so many things. Join moderator Peter Barr for this panel event where four Perth floristas will discuss their passion for flowers, current floristry trends, the art and business of flowers, and of course their favourite blooms.