claremont: nights to go out
monday...cruisey and casual....great on the verandah
wed....salsa dancing for the latin lovers
thurs...dress up,look sharp all the PYT and the HYBoys...huge night!!!!Get the best spot
Fri...after work drinks.....lay back and loungy....later on live band
Sat night is party night......best dress!!
Dress Code: dress to impress on all nights!Related to:
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under the stars: free for all
I am not much for mainstream nightlife. but you can always tempt me for a walk on the beach, especially when the sunsets are as spectaculare as this one, my kind of nightlife and if someone brings the beer, thats the maximum then
Dress Code: what dress codeRelated to:
- Beer Tasting
Fly by Night Musicians Club
This club was Western Australia’s first smokefree venue. Both local and internation musical acts are featured here. The building itself was an artillery Drill Hall back in 1896 and is now a heritage-listed building.
Sail & Anchor Pub
The Sail and Anchor is an icon in Fremantle and has its own brewery complete with tour of the brewing process. Two decades ago the buildings life began as the Freemasons Hotel before being turned into the Sail and Anchor and Australia's first microbrewery. After extensive refurbishment in 2001, there is now a modern café menu from a new downstairs kitchen, and simple and elegant dining in the upstairs brassiere.
South Terrace Fremantle
189 High Street
This is a beautifully restored 19th century hotel. There are open fires in winter to cosy up to or an alfresco area in the summer. The cuisine is Australian which means that it incorporates the cultures that now reside in the country. Wednesday is past a night, Thursday is a curry night and kids eat free Mon – Thurs. Sunday they have a breakfast from 9.00am. There is a good selection of Western Australian wines and boutique beers. There is live entertainment on Friday nights and Saturday is karaoke night.
The hotel comprises a Café Restaurant, Settlers Lounge, pool tables, beer garden, cobbled courtyard, bottle shop and function rooms.
Brass Monkey Hotel - Northbridge
The old hotel has been around since 1897 when Perth was booming from the discovery of gold. Many of Perth’s hotels or pubs were built during this time to provide accommodation for the large number of immigrants and workers from Victoria. In 1989 the hotel had a 1.5 million facelift and has been classified by the National Trust.
The Brass Monkey has several bars - The Grapeskin Wine Bar / Cellar which has an award winning wine list and a walk-in cellar which stocks over 500 local and international wines and Cigars. There is also the Balcony Bar Cafe Lounge upstairs which has casual modern dining and offers cocktails and Western Australian wines and of course has great views of the skyline. The Tap Room provides live local and international sporting events with a 6ft x 4ft screen and 90 inch plasma screen. The function room of the Brass Monkey is The Glasshouse and is located above the Courtyard and surrounded by glass walls. The laugh Resort Comedy Club is featured here every Wednesday night. There is also an instrumental trio which plays on Friday nights, and a cover band plays on Thursday and Saturday. There's no cover charge.
The Claremont Hotel was formerly known as the Continental and the Redrock Hotel and is popular on with students and after work crowds on Thursday and Friday nights. There are upper balconies with tables where you can sit or also down on the street level. Inside is a long island bar, pool tables and dance floors. On the weekends the music is loud. Very popular place both in the evenings an for lunch. There are also private rooms.
Open : Mon-Fri 12 Noon-12 Midnight, Sat 10.30am-12 Midnight, Sun 12, and Closed: Good Fri, Xmas Day
The Burswood Casino and Resort opened in 1985. The resort has a 24 hour casino, 9 restaurants and 5 bars as well has being a 413 room five star hotel. There is also the Burswood Theatre and the Burswood Dome which is the largest indoor stadium in Australia.
The casino has a total of 126 gaming tables, 35 of these are available only for members and VIP players in the International room. Games like Blackjack, Roulette, Baccarat, Pai Gow, Poker, Caribbean Stud, Craps and Two-up are on offer for trying your luck. The only days the casino is closed is Christmas Day, Good Friday and Anzac Day. A reasonable standard of dress is required and no denim jeans between 11.00pm and 7.00am and no shorts or sandals after 6.00pm.
Getting there : Burswood train station; buses 35, 287, 303
Perth Concert Hall
The Perth Concert Hall first opened in January 1973 and is the home to the Western Australian Symphony. It has become one of the city's most popular concert venues for touring performers. Many international artists have performed at the centre including, BB King, Ray Charles, Rowan Atkinson, KD Land, Melissa Etheridge as well as great orchestras such as the London Philharmonic, Chicago Symphony and the Israel Philharmonic.
Denver City Hotel: A typical Aussie outback pub
The Denver City Hotel in Coolgardie is a typical Aussie outback pub. They serve Swan lager, that great Western Australian beer.
It's also a motel, so you can stay the night there, if you have one too many.
Dress Code: Dress code? You must be joking, mate!Related to:
- Budget Travel
- Road Trip
Burswood Casino: Casino Nights
This place is HUGE! There are thousands of ways to lose money in here...and if you're lucky win some!! There's also a restaurant, bar and nightclub. It's open 24/7.
Dress Code: No jeans, trainers, open shoes (flip flops/thongs) and shirt requiredRelated to:
- Casino and Gambling
Red Sea: Dance till the sun comes up!
Great club for dancing the night away; it doesn’t close until 6. Good music by Australian standards and good atmosphere. The interior is a inspired by Asian design and there are comfortable sofa’s for hanging around.
Dress Code: Casual/dressed
Northbridge: Whatever takes your fancy
Though we went there for eating and drinking, Northbridge has nighclubs, hotels and places where males go to admire female bodies.
All this in a few short blocks immediately north of the CBD just over the railway line.
As in most Australian cities you can dine on the dishes of several nationalites as they're all next to each other. It's so convenient.
Dress Code: Comfortable casual attire is the norm though a suit or shorts and sandles would not be out of place either. It's a very eclectic mix.
The best place to go at night...
The best place to go at night is Northbridge, a suburb of Perth.
Heavy Italian influence in this suburb makes for great restaurants and clubs. Hey, I thought I was in Jersey . . .yo! Also, home to the Brass Monkey and it's heavenly Brass Monkey Stout.
Dress Code: Dressy in clubs but casual places abound too, like the Monkey.
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