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Boola Bardip – Perth Museum – Everything you need to know

Boola Bardip – Perth Museum – Everything you need to know

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What is Boola Bardip?

The Western Australia Museum has recently announced that it will be re-named as the WA
Muesum Boola Bardip, meaning ‘many stories’ in the local Nyoongar language.

What has gone into the making of Boola Bardip?

After 4 years since closure and $396m worth of renovations, on Saturday the 21st of November, the highly anticipated re-opening of the Perth museum will be kicking off with a
nine day opening celebration.

What is in the museum?

With the latest scientific and cultural research promoting technology, science, engineering, mathematics and arts, through interactive and multi-media experiences, there is something to interest all audiences – making it the most exciting museum Perth has to offer.

What kind of exhibitions are there?

There are a number of fascinating and unique exhibitions on display at Boola Bardip, a few examples include:

Wild Life – Discover nature’s diversity

This multisensory exhibition contains rare specimens, live creatures and ancient fossils and explains the relationships between people, plants and animals. This exhibition also demonstrates how the communities are helping protect these ecosystems.

Origins – Land, water, sky

Explore the origins of the solar system, the foundations of life on earth and early human habitation. This exhibition explores the commonalities between Western world science and Aboriginal peoples’ knowledge and understanding of Western Australia’s land through rare objects, artwork and a multimedia sit.

Changes – Transforming landscapes

Explore the economic, social and cultural impacts of human activity on our world. How we have adapted to the landscape and how we have altered it to suit our needs. Share the knowledge of the Aboriginal people in the management and nurturing of the land and how the limitations of resources have shaped communities.

 

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How to be one of the first to attend?

With the nine-day opening celebration beginning on Saturday 21 November, a free ballot will be in operation for people to visit the Perth museum.

The ballot has been open on WA museum’s website from the 7 September until 11.59pm on Wednesday 30 September. The tickets will then be randomly selected, with winners entitled up to 6 tickets each, they will enjoy a self-guided tour for 2 hours at the most exciting museum in Perth!

How much will it cost to enter?

The state government has announced that it will delay the $15 entry fee for the first 18 months. The state of the art museum contains 8 new galleries, 1,000m2 exhibition gallery, café and a function space.

 

Itinerary-Holiday Inn Perth City-The perfect place to relax after a big day 

Treat yourself to a Perth city staycation at Holiday Inn Perth City  which includes, accommodation for two adults, a la carte breakfast and secured self-parking.

Start your day by checking in to Holiday Inn Perth City , your go-to four star accommodation in the heart of Perth CBD, dropping off your bags – don’t forget your walking shoes.

Walk down to Elizabeth Quay, a leisurely 15-minute stroll from the hotel and admire the beautiful scenery of Perth. Whilst you are there, visit The Island kiosk and grab a portion of their fish and chips, sit in the sun and dig in.

Make your way back into the city and cross Yagan Square to visit the Boola Bardip museum. Give yourself a few hours to be sure that you get to experience all the exhibitions.

The museum is only a short 15-minute walk back to Holiday Inn Perth City . Now that you’ve worked up an appetite, conveniently located downstairs is Ivy & Jack – the perfect spot for dinner, drinks and people watching. Be sure to try their espresso martini’s. If there’s still room after dinner, stroll down to Gusti Gelato on Elizabeth Quay, you won’t regret it.

Different ways to express your love

Different ways to express your love

Family is at the core of our values and we encourage people to remember the significance of showing your love, as love has the power to heal the world. There is no such thing as too much love and sometimes we don’t know how to express it, so here is a bit of inspiration to show people that you care.

 

Send them an “I appreciate you” message

An unsolicited appreciation message will always put a smile one someones face. Whether you speak to them daily, or once in a blue moon, sending your loved one a message to say “I’m thinking about you and appreciate you” will make their day, or even their week!

 

Spend a little quality time together

There is a big difference between spending time and spending quality time together. Give your loved one your undivided attention by putting your phone away and going for a beach walk. This gives us the opportunity to speak openly and appreciate the time we spend with one another.

 

Bake their favourites

Everyone loves a yummy treat, especially when it has been with love. Going out of your way to bake something for your loved one is bound to warm up their heart and their tummy. Whether its chocolate chip cookies for the kids, or a carrot cake for your grandparents, everything tastes better when it’s made with love.

 

Organise a spontaneous trip

You don’t have to spend a fortune on a spontaneous trip, surprise your mum by booking a staycation at Holiday Inn Perth or plan a camping trip with the family. Going away without the headache of having to organise anything is a dream come true and your loved one will feel spoilt rotten.

 

We know the love we share with our families is unconditional, however it is always nice to feel appreciated. Remember to be kind, show love and you’ll receive love back. So go on, get lovin’!

Top 10 Summer School Holiday Activities in Perth City

Top 10 Summer School Holiday Activities in Perth City

Summer school holidays are almost upon us and as the weather gets warmer, ocean water is crisp and days are longer, there are more reasons to fill the days with fun and colourful activities and make the most out of this summer with the family.  Forget turning to Google and searching for ‘things to do with kids near me’ or ‘school holiday activities in Perth’, we’ve done it all for you.

Perth City is full of family friendly activities in the summer, here are some of the best school holiday activities in the Perth CBD.

We’ve got your itinerary sorted with our Very Important Kids (VIK) Program and our Top 10 school holiday activities in Perth

 

Very Important Kids (VIK) Club

Our free VIK program saves on local experiences and kid friendly activities in Perth! You’ll receive exclusive discounts at Perth’s best family friendly attractions and free meals at Ivy & Jack when you stay at Holiday Inn Perth. Plus kids stay free! Kate and family from South West Mums recently tested out the program – check out her blog here.

1. Follow the Christmas lights trail

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1 December –  3 January, 6pm – 11pm
Murray Street, Perth

A Christmas tradition, back with over 30 different stops this year. This year, the lights will lead you across the CBD, Northbridge, East end and West end, exploring Perth City has never been easier. With live entertainment every Friday and Saturday, stop by Ivy & Jack for a meal beforehand.

Learn more here: www.visitperth.com/events/christmas-lights-trail

 

2. Get festive at the Christmas pageant floats

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Saturday, 12 December 2020, 7.30pm
Langley Park

It wouldn’t be Christmas without the Alinta Energy Christmas Pageant. Pack a picnic and admire the themed floats that circle the park, performances from local community groups and channel 7 stars. If you don’t feel like bringing your own food, grab a bite to eat at Gusti, they’ve got a great outdoor terrace and a delicious kid’s menu available.

 

3. Kick back and relax at the rooftop movies

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5 December, 6pm – 11.30pm
Rooftop Movies, 68 Roe Street, Perth

Take going to the movies to the next level by going to the rooftop movies in the heart of the city. Admire the sunset as you sip on a bevvy from their bar, keep the kids full with a slice of pizza from Mack Daddy’s New York Slice and enjoy the selection of movie snacks available at the candy bar.

Check out the movies and get tickets here.

4. The Nostalgia Box

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Explore Australia’s first and only video game console museum this open day and get a blast from the past. The kids will love seeing the old school games, and will even get to have a go!

Learn more.

 

5. DFES Education & Heritage Centre

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Have your kids always wanted to see the inside of a real life fire station!? Now’s their chance. DFES invites visitors to explore the building’s unique heritage and learn about WA’s natural hazards.

Check their website for opening times!

Learn more.

 

6. Scitech

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Accelarate your summer holidays with a fun, family day out to Scitech! These school holidays they eill be rethinking the future in their amazing Earth Matters exhibition.
Explore the world of science through shows, immersive exhibits, explosove fireballs and more!

Learn more.

 

7. Kings Park

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Kings Park is a kid’s dream come true. With some of Perth’s best playgrounds, there are so many things to climb and explore. The Rio Tinto Naturescape is always a favourite – but be warned, the kids will get a bit dirty! We’ve written a list of some of the best things to do at Kings Park. Pack yourself a picnic and head over. 

Dates: Open all year. Learn more. 

 

8. Elizabeth Quay

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the Island Playground at Elizabeth Quay is the perfect spot to let the kids run around and play. Just a short stroll from Holiday Inn too!

If you want to head there for a nice lunch check out these places. V Burger, The Reveley and  Gusto Gelato.

Check out all the things to do at Elizabeth Quay over the school holidays.

 

9. Build a model at Bricks 4 Kids

 

 Kids love Lego! Now you can take them to a school holidays workshop with Lego.

Engage your children in architecture, engineering, technology and mathematical concepts while constructing a new and exciting model each week.

Bricks 4 kids is appropriate for children between the age of 5-12.

 

 

Kids Stay and Eat Free at Holiday Inn

After a day packed full of school holiday fun in the city, kick back and relax at the Holiday Inn hotel. The best family accommodation in Perth gets even better. Kids Stay and Eat Free, which makes it the perfect spot for a City Staycation with the family. Check out what we have put on for the coming School Holidays or check out our rates by clicking the Book Now button.

Plus, save meals and activities with our Very Important Kids program – it’s free to join!

Don’t forget, kids stay and eat FREE.

Top 5 Reasons Kids Love Holiday Inn Perth City Centre

  1. Our meals are free at Ivy and Jack*. Mum doesn’t get a bill for our food, which always makes her happy.
  2. We get a really cool Travel Story pack including colouring in pencils, stickers and even recipes!
  3. We can stay for free.* Sleeping in our parents’ room means lots of time together.
  4. We get to eat the foods we like from our own special menu ay Ivy and Jack. Breakfast, lunch and dinner!
  5. We can have all the fun we want. Unlike some hotels, Holiday Inn welcomes kids. It’s kinda like home, but a lot better.
Family Fun in Perth City

Family Fun in Perth City

Heading to the city with the family? There are actually loads of kid friendly activities and attractions around the CBD. We know because we have teamed up with them to be able to provide you and your family a fun-filled adventure on your next Perth City stay – without breaking the bank!

Not only do Kids Stay & Eat for Free for their entire stay here at Holiday Inn Perth City – all kids are treated as VIK’s – Very Important Kids! By flashing the green Holiday Inn wristband handed over on check-in, kids get discounts and free entries to local attractions and tours in Perth City.

We invited Mum Blogger Kate from South West Mums and her family to stay with us and sent her out with our wristbands. 

WHAT TO DO, WHERE TO GO?

Elizabeth Quay Water Park

In the warmer months, the kids will love cooling down at Elizabeth Quay in the BHP Water Park. The interactive water park uses jets and lighting to create fun water choreography – perfect for little ones to splash around in. There’s another great park within walking distance as well as a carousel for those not so warm days.

Learn more.

 

The Nostalgia Box  | VIK PARTNER

Enjoy a throwback to some of your favourite console games growing up when you visit The Nostalgia Box in Northbridge.  They have games on display as well as to play from the 1970s through to 2000s in an interactive exhibit. Nostalgia Box even has some great school holiday programs where you can build your own robot and more.

Offer: 15% off admission for children

Learn more.

 

Northbridge Piazza Movies

Free, outdoor, family friendly movies sound too good to be true right? Northbridge Piazza frequently host special movie nights for the kids with popcorn and bean bags to boot. Perfect spot to pack a picnic or enjoy some cheeky take away. It’ll feel like a huge treat!

Learn more.

 

Perth Mint Tour  | VIK PARTNER

One of our favourite places to send families is The Perth Mint. You might be thinking that we’re crazy right now, but you’ll be surprised how much they love it!

Kate took us up on the challenge, and here’s what she had to say:

“I never thought the Perth Mint would be a family friendly place to visit – but do you know what – it was actually one of the highlights of our trip! It was so kid friendly too! Hubby and I really enjoyed learning about the history and interesting facts and the boys were mesmerised by the gold pour and were welcomed by our lovely tour guide.

The Perth Mint offer a “Kid’s Challenge” where they are given a question “scratch” sheet that they can answer as the tour unfolds. There are two separate age groups which made it really accessible for all ages. Once the tour concluded, the boys were presented with medals by our tour guide – they were so chuffed!”

Offer: Free entry to The Perth Mint Gold Exhibition for one child (aged 4 – 15) when accompanied by a paying adult.

Learn more.

 

Palace Cinema | VIK PARTNER

Perth’s fanciest movie theatre is also kid friendly! Treat yourself to a little luxury, sit back and relax to yet another children’s film. You can even enjoy a wine or two throughout the movie while the kids enjoy their award-winning popcorn.

Offer: $12 tickets for kids & $6 popcorn combo (combined 30% discount).

Learn more.

 

Perth Explorer Tour | VIK PARTNER

Spend the day as a tourist in Perth City and see the best sights from a Perth Explorer Tour double decker bus. The bus tours through Perth City and Kings Park, giving you a bird’s eye view of the attractions. Best of all, you can hop and off at each destination as you please! Kate’s highlight of the tour is bound to excite all mums and dads:

“We loved that there was a children’s channel that they could listen to while we drove around… and being able to sit back and relax while we explored some of Perth’s well known landmarks including Crown Resort, Optus Stadium and Kings Park.”

Offer: One child free with every full paying adult when wristband is shown at check-in.

Learn more.

 

Kings Park

The best playgrounds in Perth can be found at Kings Park. Hop off the Perth Explorer tour (or alternate public transport) and just a short bus ride out of the city will land you in one of the largest inner-city parks in the world. The multiple of play grounds play host to free electric BBQ’s, drinking fountains &  public toilets – everything you need for a good day out with kids. From the Tree Top Walk, to Rio Tinto Naturescape and Synergy Parkland (full of dinosaurs), you’ll find plenty to do. To see what else is on offer at Kings Park, check out our blog.

Learn more.

 

Yagan Square Play Space

Looking for somewhere to tire the kids out post ice cream sugar rush? Yagan Square Play Space is located right on top of the building, just a few minutes from Jersey Jack Gelato. With different areas catering to each age, your kids will love the geological terrain and rock inspired formations.

Learn more.

 

Perth Zoo

The Perth Zoo is a favourite spot for families to enjoy the day out. Spend the day exploring the animals and transport yourself to different countries as you wander to different areas such as the African Savannah. Make the experience unforgettable by booking an event or experience while visiting. From close encounters to kids programs and birthday parties, the Perth Zoo is sure to be jam-packed day full of fun!

The Perth Zoo is situated near the South Perth foreshore. To add some more fun to the day, catch a ferry from the Barrack St Jetty in Elizabeth Quay to South Perth.

Learn more.

 

WA Museum Bool Bardip

Immerse the family in a cultural trip to WA Museum Boola Bardip. Boola bardip means many stories in Whadjuk Nyoongar; the Country on which the Museum sits.

The many exhibitions will enable you to discover the rich cultural and natural heritage of Western Australia. Learn about Western Australia’s Aboriginal peoples history, culture and achievements on the Boola Bardip Aboriginal tour, or meet a dinosaur on the WA Dinosaurs tour.  

The Museum is a place to share the many stories of Western Australia and we would love to hear of your stories of the experience when you return to the hotel.

Learn more.

Catch a game

Being in the city centre has its perks – one of which is being so close to amazing sporting games. Next time you’re in the city, why not see if there’s an event on at Perth Arena (4-5 minute walk away) or Optus Stadium (~15 minute bus). Ask our concierge to have a look at what’s on for you or check out the Perth Arena & Optus Stadium websites.

 

Captain Cook Cruises | VIK PARTNER

Take it to the water with a Captain Cook Cruise between Perth and Fremantle. If you’re in Perth for the week, why not enjoy the Bus, Lunch and Tram Tour to explore Fremantle a little longer. There is so much to do in Fremantle, from a wander across the Fremantle Cappuccino Strip, to exploring the Fremantle Prison or enjoying a cocktail (or mocktail) on the beach.

Offer: 15% off Perth-Fremantle Cruises and Packages for adults and children when wrist band is shown at check in.

Learn more.

 

Sealink | VIK PARTNER

Rottnest Island is a must do when visiting Western Australia – and the best way to get there is with Sealink. Book a ferry with Sealink from Fremantle to Rottnest for a day trip to explore the amazing beaches and even see a quokka. For all our best Rotto tips click here.

Offer: 15% off adults and children when wrist band is shown at check-in.

Learn more.

 

Scitech

Live out your childhood dreams of being a mad scientist at Scitech, in West Perth. Just a short CAT ride will transport you to another world. Explore the planetarium, expedition reef, or even experiment in a CSIRO Lab Workshop.

Learn more.

 

Ivy & Jack | VIK PARTNER

Top off a big day of exploring with a meal right in the heart of Perth City at Ivy & Jack. Kids Stay & Eat Free for breakfast, lunch and dinner at our restaurant from a special kids menu which they’ll love!

“We loved eating at Ivy & Jack while we stayed at the Hotel Inn Perth City. It was so family friendly

Nothing was too much trouble, the tables were big (so important with clumsy kids), the kids were given fantastic activity packs when we arrived plus kids under 12 eat free if you’re staying at the hotel (conditions do apply). And my boys are pretty fussy but wolfed down their food.

Some of the delicious meals hubs and I ate included Seafood Marinara (which was amazing) and a delicious Beef Burger served on a milk bun with onion rings (washed down with a beer of course).

The boys feasted on Spaghetti Bolognese and Fish and Chips. They loved the spaghetti so much they ordered it two nights in a row! We loved that the kids were served on colourful plastic plates with their own colourful cutlery too. It’s the little detail.” – Kate

Offer: All kids under 12 years of age eat free when dining with an adult. Two kids eat free per one adult.

Learn more.

 

STAY WHERE THE ACTION IS!

When you’re travelling with family, or in particular – young kids, the less you need to walk the better! Holiday Inn Perth City Centre is located right in the heart of the city, between all of Perth’s best entertainment venues and attractions – so you won’t need your car at all!

To make things even better, when you stay with us Kids Stay & Eat Free! Plus your kids will gain access to our colouring in booklets and FREE VIK Program.

Explore our accommodation offers here.

 

Christmas in Perth City 2018

Christmas in Perth City 2018

There are so many Christmas activities in the City this year that you’ll never want to leave! From giant Christmas trees, to nativity scenes and FREE kids entertainment, Perth CBD has everything you’ll need. Explore more when you book with our Summer Sale – save up to 35% off! (limited time only – hurry!).

 

Post a letter to Santa and WIN

Santa has an extra special mailbox right in the middle of the city at Holiday Inn Perth. Write your letter to Santa and he will send you a letter back! Share a picture of your little one posting their letter to Santa and tag @holidayinnperth for your chance to win a Perth City Staycation. See here for more details.

Dates: 1 November – 13 December. Learn more.

 

Central Park Summer Markets

Directly across the road from Holiday Inn Perth you’ll find the lush grasses of Central Park. It’s the perfect spot to get some sun outside, and now you can even do some Christmas Shopping! Summer Markets are popping up from 11am – 2pm with delicious WA produce and local creative stalls. Treat yourself or friends to a little delight.

Dates: 14 November – 19 December. Learn More.

 

Perth Makers Market – Christmas Edition

This Christmas you can find all the best gifts at Perth Makers Market, located at QV1. The city is the best place for all your Christmas shopping, and now it will be even better with a selection of hand-crafted goodies made by Perth artisans.

Dates: 11 – 13 December. Learn more.

 

Christmas Lights Trail

The Christmas Lights Trail returns to Perth city with 18 amazing installations. The trail is split in two, so you can visit all the lights in one night or across two dates. See the sparkle in the city from 6pm till late daily. Plus on opening night (16 November) there will be roving entertainment and a Santa appearance from 5pm!

Dates: 16 November – 24 December. Learn more.

 

Santa Boots

On Santa’s last visit to Perth, he left the city a giant pair of Santa boots! They’ll be sitting in the David Malcolm Justice Centre pond this Christmas Holidays. Perfect for an insta picture – don’t forget to hashtag #cityatchristmas and #cityofperth when you post it!

Dates: 16 November – 24 December. Details coming soon

 

Christmas Lights for Lifeline

Lifeline WA’s tree at Elizabeth Quay will be lit with thousands of lights this Christmas, representing the 46,000 West Australians who were brave enough to call 13 11 14 over the last 12 months. This tree is a great way to support and reflect on those in your life who have been affected by anxiety, depression or suicide.

Dates: 16 November 2018 – 2 January 2019. Learn more.

 

London Court Snow Show

Snow in Australia? Yes you read that correctly. Watch as London Court, the historic lane in the middle of Perth City, transforms into a winter wonderland. They’ll be hosting daily snow shows at intervals from 10am – 11.30am.

Dates: 17 December – 21 December. Learn more.

 

Festive Flicks

Every Saturday night leading up to Christmas you can watch festive movies on the big screen at Northbridge Piazza for free! The kids will love sitting on the beanbags outside, plus you can even bring a picnic. Santa’s elves will roam the area asking children different questions for Santa, and right before the movie an interactive Santa will pop up on the screen to answer them.

Dates: 24 November – 22 December. Learn more.

 

Christmas Carnivals

Free rides and giant games are every parents dream. This is the perfect way to keep the kids entertained this school holidays without breaking the bank. Plus there will be workshops and of course the water labyrinth fountains. Forrest Place has you covered from 10am – 4pm.

Dates: 24 and 25 November. Learn more. 

 

RAC Christmas Pageant

Experience the magic of Perth’s Christmas Pageant in its 46th year of bringing Christmas magic to the streets. The free event will see amazing floats, entertainment and more!  If you want a good spot, be sure to settle in early – there will be some entertainment along the route early from 5.30pm, before the show starts at 7.30pm.

 

Christmas Markets at Cathedral Square

There’s no such thing as too many Christmas markets. Festive markets full of local suppliers will be popping up at Cathedral Square for your XMAS gift needs. They’ll be selling crafts, decorations, food and more.

Dates: 8 and 15 December. Learn more. 

 

Christmas Maze

A giant Christmas Maze will be popping up at Elizabeth Quay in December. Enter the interactive maze and find Santa’s 9 reindeer. Santa himself might even make a special appearance. Find all the reindeer to go in the draw to win a special Christmas prize.

Dates: 8 – 16 December. Mon-Fri 2pm – 7pm, Sat-Sun 10am – 3pm. Learn more.

 

Christmas Nativity

The Supreme Court Gardens will be hosting this year’s Christmas Nativity and it’s going to be a big one. Expect amazing pre-show entertainment from 6.30pm featuring a special visit from Santa. The main show starts at 7.30pm and boasts over 100 performers, live animals and carols.

Dates: 19 – 21 December. Learn more. 

 

Christmas Lunch and Dinner

Celebrate your festive day with Holiday Inn Perth City Centre at Ivy & Jack. It’s never too early or late to make sure your next Christmas celebration is just the way you want it. We have everything you need for the perfect festive get-together at Ivy & Jack. Adult tickets are $120, Kids (5-11) $65 and under 4 are FREE! There will even be a visit from Santa and Christmas gifts for the little ones.

*Plus $0.30 booking fee per ticket

Dates: 25 December. Learn more.


Treat yourself to a Christmas Gift

After so many hours of running around searching for presents and checking out the many event offerings in Perth City, you’ll need a break. Treat yourself to a Christmas Gift and book a room at Holiday Inn Perth. Escape the Christmas madness with a drink and some room service in one of our comfy beds. You deserve it.

Enjoy our Summer Sale with up to 35% off accommodation! Valid for stays until April 30 2019.

Perth Arena Winter Entertainment

Perth Arena Winter Entertainment

Perth Arena are hosting only the best this Winter with a range of acts from Pink & Katy Perry, to Disney on Ice and comedy. Don’t miss out – check out our list of best experiences below.

 

Disney on Ice celebrates 100 Years of Magic

Celebrate 100 years of magic with Disney on Ice and their ice skating spectacular. Expect all your favourite songs including “Let it Go!” and “You’ve got a friend in me”, as well as special appearances from Mickey Mouse, Minnie Mouse, Disney princesses and more! It’s a perfect show for the whole family – let your inner child free!

Dates: June 15 – 17. Learn more.

 

P!NK

The Beautiful Trauma World Tour is finally heading to Australia! See the international pop icon, recently dubbed the most beautiful woman in the world, and her incredible live performance this July.

Dates: July 3, 4, 6 & 7. Learn more.

 

Kendrick Lamar

2018 Pulitzer Prize and twelve-time GRAMMY award winner, Kendrick Lamar finally hits Perth with The DAMN. Tour. The “Humble” hip hop artist is not to be missed at Perth Arena.

Dates: 10 July. Learn more.

 

Katy Perry

Katy Perry has been mixing it up these last few years, with songs like Swish Swish and Bon Appétit. Now she brings her WITNESS tour down under, packed full with songs from her new album which reflects on changes of her being and the world around her.

Dates: July 24 & 25. Learn more.

 

Celine Dion

Selling almost 25 million albums during her 30 year career, Celine Dion is rocking the pop music world. ‘The Independent’ rated the show 5 stars; “unstoppable vocals at a flawless show with zero pretence…emotion, escapism, and euphoria”.

Dates: 4 August. Learn more.

 

Trevor Noah

If you haven’t heard of The Daily Show, you’re missing out. Trevor Noah is the mastermind comedian behind the Emmy and Peabody award winning show. His shows have sold out on five continents – don’t miss your chance to see him live.

Dates: 25 August. Learn more.

 

West Coast Fever

Have you got West Coast Fever? It’s netball season again and this year fans are in for a treat with 5 games being held in Perth Arena! Come and support your favourite team at the best venue in the competition.

Dates: June 2, June 23, July 21, July 28. Learn more.

 

Winter never tasted so good

Get a taste of the Perth Entertainment scene and adventure to Perth Arena, just minutes away from the Holiday Inn Perth.