Subiaco Town Centre
Subiaco has long been a staple on the retail, hospitality and entertainment landscape in Western Australia. The Subiaco Town Centre offers visitors and locals a unique experience with the old-school appeal of high street shopping alongside some iconic Perth restaurants, nightspots and innovative, contemporary new businesses.
Subiaco is a destination of choice for shoppers looking for a unique retail experience. Combining a family-friendly atmosphere with unique independent stores, specialty stores and your favourite outlets, there's plenty to browse (or buy) on the streets of Subiaco.
Subiaco’s retail precinct extends through Rokeby Road and Hay Street and includes a number of shopping centres including Subi Square, Forrest Walk, Crossways, The Colonnade, Subiaco Village and the Subiaco Mews.
Restaurants and cafes
Whether you have an appetite for fine dining or are after a quick bite on the go, there is a tasty option to satisfy all palettes. Subiaco is aplenty with cafes, bars, restaurants and pubs, and you never know – you may even discover a new favourite!
An art deco icon, the Regal Theatre has been entertaining patrons for over 75 years. Located on the corner of Hay Street and Rokeby Road, the newly refurbished venue hosts an array of productions and must-see events including stage shows, concerts, comedies, operas, film festivals and rock shows. Find out what's on at the Regal on the Regal Theatre website (external site).
Subiaco Arts Centre
Amongst the greenery of Theatre Gardens on Hamersley Road, Subiaco Arts Centre present a number of performances, actors' workshops and theatre company productions each year. To find out what's on, visit the Subiaco Arts Centre website (external site).
News and announcements
There’s always something happening in Subiaco. With a number of new developments currently underway or commencing soon, new businesses coming to the town centre and major council projects in the works the future is bright for Subiaco.
Rice baby is bringing a new casual dining experience to Subiaco, serving modern Asian cuisine and a delicious curated drinks menu.
Rice Baby is sitting pretty in the spot that was once the Oriel Cafe and Subi Doo in Subiaco. The space is looking better than ever—light, bright and full of greenery—but it's the modern Asian eats and amazing drinks menu that have got us hooked. Rice Baby is located on 483 Hay Street Subiaco. Find out more on Rice Baby's Facebook page (external site).
Verde Brio Yoghurteria
Try the latest offering in Subiaco - deliciously creamy and cold Italian frozen yoghurt! With loads of premium toppings and sauces available, the possible combinations are endless. Verde Brio offers a distinctly European style of frozen yoghurt - creamy and unmistakably smooth. Situated right next to Brew-Ha, this is a yoghurt experience you definitely don't want to miss. More information on the Verde Brio facebook page (external site).
Subiaco also welcomes Channel 10 to their new state-of-the-art property on Hay Street after 28 years at Media Hill. Network Ten general manager Adelaide, Perth and operations Frank Filosi said the purpose-built office, newsroom and operating systems would transform the way the team worked.
“We couldnʼt have found a better location and we are excited to call Subiaco our home for many years to come.”
Construction is underway at Subi XO on Hay Street, a development that will include a four star hotel, luxury cinema, food court and commercial office space. Subi XO is due to be completed by mid-2017. Find out more on the Subi XO website (external site).