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Flipside Burger Bar

Flipside hand-crafts delicious burgers right there in front of you in their open kitchen.

  • food-drink
External view of The Blue Room Theatre in the Perth Cultural Centre

The Blue Room

Vibrant. Emerging. Contemporary. Performance. Perth's home of independent theatre, nestled in the heart of the Cultural Centre.

 

  • music-performance
View of the WA Museums front entrance with a crowd sitting on the steps in the foreground.

WA Museum

The Western Australian Museum is the State’s premier cultural organisation, housing WA’s scientific and cultural collection. 

  • art-exhibitions
  • family-children
  • screening
  • learn
Public Art piece representing two black and white striped marble pillars outside of the State Library of WA.

Gate 2: Coalesce

The Japanese born Australian artist Akio Makigawa was commissioned to create a landmark entry statement for the Perth Cultural Centre. Gate 2: Coalesce was erected outside the Alexander Library building in 1987.

  • art-exhibitions
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Urban Orchard

The Urban Orchard is a place to celebrate the importance of growing fresh, healthy food where we live.

  • community-charity
  • food-drink
  • markets
  • family-children
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Mechanics Institute

Enjoy cocktails, craft beer and artisan wine from around Australia and the world. 

  • food-drink
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Wetland

The Wetland is a fresh water ecology which is home to plant and animal species once common throughout Perth, including native fish, frogs and invertebrates. It has a stage making it an ideal spot for events, and steps which provide seating for audiences or passers-by looking for a peaceful spot to relax.

  • community-charity
  • music-performance
  • family-children
Image of Der Rufer or The Caller, a bronze statue in the Perth Cultural Centre of a man with his hands to his face, calling out to the world.

Der Rufer (The Caller)

Gerhard Marcks is a German artist who was a founding teacher of the famous Bauhaus art and design school. Born in 1889, he died in 1981.

 

  • art-exhibitions
Clement Meadmore sculpture in the Perth Cultural Centre's Urban Orchard. Made from rusted corten steel and featuring geometric shapes.

Between 1979-1980

Clement Meadmore is an internationally renowned sculptor who was born in Melbourne, Australia in 1929. He lived and worked predominately in America, where he died in 2005.

  • art-exhibitions
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PICA

The Perth Institute of Contemporary Arts (PICA) is one of Australia's leading centres for the development and presentation of contemporary art.

  • art-exhibitions
External view of the State Theatre Centre of WA from across Roe Street at dusk.

State Theatre Centre of WA

State Theatre Centre presents contemporary performing arts, such as theatre and dance, in diverse ways with a focus on distinctive professional and contemporary work produced locally, nationally and internationally.

  • music-performance
  • family-children