Culture enthusiasts will be delighted by the Subiaco Museum, Subiaco Arts Centre and the Regal Theatre. In fact, the Regal Theatre has hosted a number of big name acts over the past 75 years, including Ginger Rogers, Fred Astaire, Slim Dusty and John Cleese. So, you're in for a treat when you spend an evening in its Art Deco- style auditorium. Besides the eclectic range of magnificent art and performance talent, a major part of Subi's culture is its shopping and market scene. The two main shopping strips are Rokeby Road and Hay Street, where there are countless fashion boutiques and internationally acclaimed designers. On the market front, there's the Station Street Markets, where you can pick up some fresh produce and indulge in some affordable food from around the world, every Friday, Saturday and Sunday; and there's the Subi Farmers' Markets, on every Saturday morning, and a great place to grab some tasty brekky. Foodies will also love the variety of cuisines permanently on offer in Subi. There are more than 130 different cafes and restaurants to choose, ranging from casual takeaway shops to award-winning upscale restaurants.
Sports lovers can catch an AFL game at Patersons Stadium (also known as Subiaco Oval) or a cricket match at the WACA. If you're keen to attend a game, but not so keen to take late night transport back to your Subi hotel, you could spend a night in one of these hotels near Subiaco Oval.Getting there
The best way to get to Subiaco is to catch one these cheap flights to Perth. The airport is only 15km away and you can easily get around on public trains and buses. The great thing is that Perth CBD is only about 5km east of Subiaco and Fremantle is only 17km away.
So, are you ready to soak up the culture and excitement of this inner-city Perth suburb? Make sure you book your flights and Subiaco accommodation today, before it's too late.
Hotels in Subiaco start at AU$125 per night. Prices and availability subject to change. Additional terms may apply.