With the cooler weather setting in and many restrictions eased, now is the perfect to get out and about in Subiaco to enjoy the long weekend.
Remember and commemorate those who served at an ANZAC Day service on Sunday before heading to Subiaco Museum between 9am to 11am to view a special exhibition showcasing the efforts of the Subiaco community during wartimes.
Last year’s hugely successful driveway service will also return for those who prefer to take part from home (tune in to ABC Radio Perth from 6am).
Many City businesses will be open across the weekend serving up everything from strong coffee and decadent desserts to wholesome breakfasts and delicious dinners – and everything in between. Why not pay one of our new arrivals a visit, head to your trusty favourite, or indulge in some retail therapy?
If you’re heading to the Subi Farmers Market on Saturday morning to grab fresh produce or artisan wares, remember that it’s temporarily moved to Earthwise.
Subiaco Pop-up Square is still on and bringing plenty of fun with it. This weekend, there’s going to be live music, a cuddly animal farm, a yoga session and, of course, mini golf.
The pop-up square is also perfect for soaking in some of that autumn sunshine while you enjoy a moment (maybe even with a coffee and pastry in hand). You’ll find it at the corner of Churchill Avenue and Rokeby Road.
If you're on the hunt for the perfect picnic spot or playground for the kids or grandkids, there are plenty to choose from. You'll also find a number of self-guided walks you can do to explore your own neighbourhood from a new perspective.
However you choose to spend your long weekend, make sure Subiaco is on the agenda.
Please note, the City’s Administration Centre will be closed on the Monday public holiday but online services are still available on our website. Subiaco Library will be closed on Sunday and Monday and Lords will have reduced hours across the weekend.