The last couple of months has seen an influx of new businesses to the City, with more exciting arrivals on the way.
Spirit of Little Things distillery is serving up their small-batch gins from a slickly converted warehouse on Railway Road, and vegan and ethical hotspot, Noble, has opened its doors on Rokeby Road in the old Funtastico venue.
Accent Café – an extension of The Multicultural Language Centre – has created an oasis on Hay Street where you can explore other cultures through a carefully curated menu that covers Spanish, Italian and French cuisine.
Family business, Villa Kulla, recently opened their furniture retail space and design studio on Hay Street and, just down the road, CycleBar has opened to help locals reach their fitness goals.
Heartbeat High have just opened one of Perth's most 'grammable' pilates studio in Shenton Park, conveniently located minutes from Sir Charles Gairdner Hospital, Peth Children's Hospital and King Edward Memorial Hospital.
On Rokeby Road, 4 Sistas Sip & Paint lets you get creative with a paint brush in one hand and a great glass of wine in the other.
And Mediterranean Taste, once a staple in the old Pavilion Markets, has returned to Subiaco in its own premises.
Owners Hedi and Azizah said the community had been really supportive of the new restaurant which was a long-term dream.
“We’ve had really good feedback so far and every plate is coming back empty so we know we’re doing something right,” Azizah said.
“We hope we’ve brought something to Subiaco that complements the area and that the community love.”
The City would also like to welcome Hunter Communications to the community and celebrate the reopening of Lady of Ro after storm damage forced them to close for several months.
The City offers a range of support for local businesses.