Perth has some fantastic food and drink walking tours. They’re the perfect option for a get together with friends, and you’ll discover cool new bars and eateries with the help of your guide. These tours will suit small to medium-sized groups, and generally include a variety of tastings along the way.
2. Organise a weekend away
Going on a short break to celebrate something special — either with a big group or just a couple of friends — can be great fun. There are plenty of amazing destinations within easy reach of Perth, including beautiful Margaret River. With its bustling cafe, restaurant and bar scene, Fremantle is always a good choice for a weekend away.
3. Do dinner
Going out for dinner is a great way to celebrate something special and Perth is packed with fabulous places to eat. You’ll find lots of cool eateries in Northbridge, including The Standard and the upmarket Shadow Wine Bar. In the CBD, head to Petition on the Barrack Street side of the State Buildings. Comprised of an eatery, beerhall and wine bar, it’s worth spending time in all three to soak up the atmosphere. Petition Kitchen serves up sensational cuisine that showcases seasonal Western Australia produce.
4. Hit the town in a limo
Perth’s vibrant nightlife offers endless opportunities to celebrate. You could go clubbing around Northbridge, visit a local pub or trendy wine bar, or book tickets to see a show at His Majesty’s. Hiring a limo for the evening will make it even more special — and you won’t have to worry about the parking. The driver will take care of that!
5. Rent a party bus
Bust-A-Move offers party bus hire in Perth. Each vehicle comes fully equipped with lighting and a sound system, as well as a driver. Buses can be hired for any special occasion, including weddings, formals, birthdays, hen or stag parties, concerts, and anniversaries. Hiring a party bus in Perth is perfect for anyone who wants to celebrate with a large group of people.
Do something special in Perth for your next birthday or big occasion — and make it a celebration to remember!
This post was provided by Bust-A-Move and edited by The Big Bus tour and travel guide.