5 Amazing Things To Do In Perth This Week

Life is almost back to normal and it's about time we start getting out and about during the week again. From art exhibitions to free beer and a couple of online events for those of you feeling pretty comfy on the couch, here are 5 awesome things to do in Perth this week.

All Week

Revealed Exhibition: New & Emerging WA Aboriginal Artists

If you haven't popped down to Fremantle Arts Centre to check out the Revealed Exhibition yet, now is your chance. Featuring more than 100 new and emerging Aboriginal artists from every corner of Western Australia, you can expect everything from painting and photography to installations, textiles, sculptures and more.

Keep Your Hands Busy With This Home-Delivered Pottery Kit

If you didn't try your hand at pottery during iso, we feel for you. Luckily, it's not too late. Get this kit delivered straight to your door and you'll have a bunch of cute pot plants in as little as an hour. It really is that easy.

Monday 22 June

NO LIGHTS NO LYCRA | Leederville

No Lights No Lycra devotees will be pleased to know that it's back on in real life so if you weren't digging the whole dancing around your lounge room scenario, you can get back to the dance hall and soak up those vibes. Capacity is limited to ensure physical distancing isn't a problem so get all the details and grab your tickets here.

Thursday 25 June

Bevy Brewing Sessions At The Camfield

Bevy Brewing Sessions are back on at The Camfield and that means free beer for all. Get down at 5pm on Thursday to hear all about the new Hazy Pale Ale and then help them drink the kegs dry.

Mega Mixtape Live Stream

This is the final week of the Mega Mixtape Live Stream so don't miss it. Showcasing a huge range of local Perth artists there's everything from indie-folk and pop to rock and classical music. If you want to show them a bit of love, buy up the merch or donate to the Go Fund Me link which will be available on the night.

Don't forget to book your spot for a free pretzel-inspired tattoo thanks to Pretzel Australia.

Image credit: Spinifex Hill Artists

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