So finally yesterday we had a free time in the afternoon and went to check out Elizabeth Quay. Apparently this place and the Fringe World is at the moment the most happening ones in Perth! 😀
Though we live in Perth, we rarely went to the city part. Sometimes it’s hard to find time after all those sport activities during the day, by afternoon either we are too lazy to go out again or we are busy with house chores and homework stuff.
Elizabeth Quay is located on north shore of Perth Water and centred on the landmark Swan Bells. It is named in honour of Queen Elizabeth II. It’s free to the public, featuring the stunning inlet connected by 1.5km of board walks and promenades, children playground, kiosk, food trucks and beautiful views back to the city. People can get together and have a picnic or just enjoy the view. Yesterday was pretty much chalk a block with people. I suppose it’s week-end and the weather was lovely. At 8pm there’s laser show, though the show is nothing compared to the one in Hongkong!
Second most talked about is the Fringe World. Fringe World is an annual multi-arts festival featuring artists and acts from international. There are circus, cabaret, music, comedy, dance, visual art, theater and film. Basically Fringe World is celebrating the summer vibes. After the summer holidays have ended, Fringe World keeps the summer going in Perth for 31 days of entertainment. Today is the last day of Fringe World.
Well, we had a beautiful evening. Kids enjoyed their swing ride and we had dinner at the very nice Vietnamese restaurant called Roll’d. If you happen to be in Perth, try this cosy Vietnamese gourmet restaurant. Everything is yum and the price is reasonable. The owner is my friend, but I don’t get any special treatment and this is not a sponsor post😜