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RAW AMBITION meet the mavericks shaking up Perth’s food scene

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contributors Stephen Nicholls His 30 year career as a photographer has taken him to London, Sydney and now back home to his native Perth. In this issue, he photographed Gilbert & Daly for The Raw Kitchen feature (p.24) and Dilettante’s Diana Paolucci (p.34) stephennicholls.com Neha Kale is a journalist and one of our own contributing editors. She is responsible for this issue’s features including Raw Ambition (p.92). “Emma & Heath are inspiring interview subjects. Their energy is contagious.” Lisa O’Neill is a freelance journalist whose writing is regularly sprawled across the pages of various magazines. For this issue, she explored Maylands (p.42) and Broome (p.64), and revelled in the fun facts of Perth at a Glance (p.4). Rose Megirian (founder of Many Peaks Assembly) worked her styling magic on Emma Gilbert and Heath Daly, owners of The Raw Kitchen (p.24).

Published by Urban Walkabout Level 2, 452 William St, Perth WA 6003. T: 0438 929 882 Head Office: 120A Devonshire Street, Surry Hills, NSW 2010. T: 02 9698 4115 Email info@urbanwalkabout.com Web urbanwalkabout.com Publisher Victoria Moxey Senior Account Manager Georgina Strain Production Coordinator Hannah Ford Feature Photography Stephen Nicholls Other Photography Contributors Hannah Ford, Cécile Armand, Chantel Concei, Craig Williams, Bo Wong, Jessica Wyld and Sally Wittenoom Editorial Contributors Neha Kale, Lisa O’Neill Cover Credits: Photography by Stephen Nicholls stephennicholls.com 2015 Circulation 75,000 ©2015 Urban Walkabout. All rights reserved.


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summer edition of Style Seekers For our inaugural edition of Style Seekers Perth we invite you to get up close and personal with the movers and shakers that have  put Perth on the map as a destination for fashion, food, design and lifestyle. Join us as we visit Fremantle to chat with the dynamic duo behind The Raw Kitchen - and get the low down on their innovative, plant- based menu. The inspiration continues with fashion tips courtesy of Diana Paolucci, director of Dilettante. And don’t miss our chat with 140’s Kristi Dempster, who promises that Perth’s public art scene is set to take off in 2015. We go on the road to explore the buzzing fashion and food hubs of Subiaco and Maylands, and give you our top picks for a weekend away in the camel-dotted beaches of Broome. We hope this issue gives you multiple reasons to celebrate the endless blue skies, directional fashion and foodies’ paradise that is Perth. Put it in your pocket and get excited about your most memorable summer yet. Victoria Moxey Publisher

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CHAPTERS CAFES, BARS & RESTAURANTS 6 DESIGN & INTERIORS 18 FASHION & BEAUTY 28 STAY & EXPLORE 40 ARTS & CULTURE 52 ESCAPES & GETAWAYS 64

STYLE SETTERS SERIES #1 24 RAW AMBITION: Emma Gilbert & Heath Daly 34 CLOSE UP: Diana Paolucci 56 STREETS AHEAD: Kristi Dempster 2 INTRO STYLE SEEKERS

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69 In This Issue 1 Welcome 4 Perth At A Glance 10 Let’s Do Brunch 14 Breweries & Distilleries 42 Meet Maylands 48 Your Guide to Subiaco 60 Don’t Miss Diary Dates 66 Endless Summer: Broome 70 Business Directory STYLE SEEKERS INTRO 3


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THE HOURS OF ANNUAL SUNSHINE (AVERAGING AT A LITTLE OVER EIGHT HOURS EVERY DAY) MAKES PERTH THE SUNNIEST CAPITAL CITY IN AUSTRALIA. GET YOURSELF A HEALTHY DOSE OF VITAMIN D AND REVEL IN THE CLOUDLESS BLUE SKIES. JUST DON’T FORGET TO PACK SUNGLASSES.

29˚ $$$ FORGET NEW YORK, Tokyo or London – the highest population of self-made millionaires in the world per capita hail from Perth.

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Taxis in Perth are often hard to come by and an expense better spent on local food, wine or fashion. Perth, Fremantle and Joondalup provide free Central Area Transit (CAT) buses within each central city location so you can jump on and off, soaking up the sights. You won’t wait longer than 15 minutes (some come every five) before the next CAT rolls around. See routes and timetables at www.transperth.wa.gov.au.

The average temperature during summer makes the 19 metropolitan beaches on offer all the more inviting. Check out the iconic Cottesloe Beach with its pylon regularly changing colours due to late night paint jobs from rival surf life saving clubs.

hidden treasures The small bar scene in the Perth CBD has exploded with cosy watering holes dotting laneways, rooftops and basements amidst the business hub. Make sure to mark X on your map where Varnish on King resides, as the timberclad bar beat out 4,000 others to win Bartender Magazine’s Australian Small Bar of the Year award in 2014.


DINING ETIQUETTE Perth has more restaurants per capita than any other of Australia’s capital cities. Most restaurants require bookings, however don’t despair if you have a spontaneous date night as you’ll find plenty reserve sections of the restaurant for drop ins.

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The dollar amount spent attracting over 1,000 acts to perform at the 2015 Perth International Arts Festival. Celebrating its 63rd birthday, the festival is the longest-running annual multi-arts celebration in the Southern Hemisphere.

In 2014, the Swan Valley winemaking industry celebrated 180 years of transforming the humble grape into many a fine drop. Only 25-minutes from the Perth CBD, the Swan Valley is the oldest wine region in Western Australia and the second oldest in Australia after the Hunter Valley.

The time it takes via ferry from Fremantle to the pristine shores of Rottnest Island. Pack a pair of trainers though, this island has no cars so your best options are to walk or hire a bike as you explore the idyllic, sun-drenched beaches.

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The position Perth was ranked in the New York Times 52 Places to Go in 2014 - “For Australian Panache, Go West” it said- a nod to the trendy transformation of the culinary scene in Perth and surrounding neighbourhoods.

1000m The length of the brand new waterfront promenade surrounding the Elizabeth Quay inlet and island, due to open Spring 2015. The area will feature Australia’s first Ritz-Carlton Hotel, fine dining, casual eateries and shopping with spectacular views of the Swan River and the architecturally designed inlet. STYLE SEEKERS INTRO 5


HOT SPOT

Stables Bar

888 Hay Street, Perth. T: 6314 1300 6 Upon entering The Stables Bar patrons are transported away from the hustle and bustle of central Perth to a landscaped oasis. The perfect environment for socialising, the bar offers all-day dining from their sumptuous menu.


cafes bars Home to much-loved caffeine boltholes to candlelit bistros that combine homegrown produce with global flair, Perth owes its culinary revival to a new breed of trailblazers. It’s also giving rise to one-of-a-kind dining experiences that are impossible to forget.

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The Classroom Under the supervision of friendly teachers, this bar will teach your taste buds the alchemy of cocktails and small bites. Enjoy the playfully nostalgic décor, order school favourites from the canteen and wash them down with a “Bad Apple” cocktail. 356 Charles Street, North Perth. T: 9444 7729 7

Andaluz Bar & Tapas Squirrelled away in the basement of the historic Parker & Parker building, this cosy bar is no secret to locals. A slender pathway takes you through to a warren of dimly lit rooms with well-worn Chesterfields, chaise lounges and vintage Spanish-inspired objects d’art. Try contemporary tapas like marinated Fremantle octopus, gazpacho salsa and migas, or sous vide of spiced spatchcock with braised endive, or drop by for a late-night cocktail, premium international wine or boutique beer. 1 21 Howard Street, Perth. T: 9481 0092

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Housed in the 1910 Perth Technical School on St Georges Terrace, the romantically lit cocktail bar offers artisanal drink creations for those with an evolved palate. Chaise lounges and vintage lamps offer an old world feel to the layout. Brookfield Place, 125 St Georges Terrace, Perth City. T: 0416 816 355 2

Bivouac A licensed restaurant in the very heart of Northbridge; share Mediterraneaninspired plates, fine wines and cheeky cocktails. Using the best local produce, Bivouac is your rest stop Tuesday to Saturday, midday til late. 198 William Street, Northbridge. T: 9227 0883 3

Laneway Lounge A touch of Jazz era New Orleans with a dash of old-world Paris defines this treasure tucked away off Murray Street. Renowned for its world class cocktail list and large gin and scotch collection, this tapas lounge features daily Live Vocal Jazz performances. 414A Murray Street, Perth. T: 9321 2508 5

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In Perth, weekend brunch is a religion. Here’s your well-edited list of the best breakfast spots in Perth’s urban sprawl.

let’s do brunch 1 Hobart Deli Unassuming, honest and casual, this light-filled corner deli bustles at breakfast. At this quaint North Perth nook, curiosities are for sale amid their classic brunch fare that beautifully matches the café’s arty decor. From a bacon and fried egg wrap best devoured after a night out to a healthy breakfast crumble to sweeten up your Sunday, the menu will surely satisfy. 45A Hobart Street, North Perth. T: 9444 8686 12

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2 2 Cantina 663 It’s all about seasonal food at Cantina 663. For breakfast, their considered menu leans towards Spain and Italy but always takes inspiration from fresh, local produce. Housed at the top end of Beaufort Street, this little foodie precinct draws quite a crowd of regulars. 663 Beaufort Street, Mt Lawley. T: 9370 4883 10

3 City Farm Café Let go of inner-city bustle and relax in the grounds of Perth’s only urban farm. Driven by a paddock to plate philosophy, City Farm Cafe offers a fresh, seasonal and ethically responsible cafe experience. Delve into brunch stables that celebrate the natural and unrefined. Keep an eye out for their Florentine made from free-ranged eggs. City Farm Place, East Perth. T: 9221 7300 11

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4 West End Deli This industrial and art-strewn bistro features modern European influenced cooking at its very best. Housed in a building steeped in history, West End Deli blends seasonal produce and skilful cooking into perfect harmony. 95 Carr Street, West Perth. T: 9328 3605 15

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5 Brotzeit German Bier Bar & Restaurant The newest spot to order a unique and hearty brunch, Brotzeit pays homage to Bavarian delicacies. Visit the contemporary German Bier restaurant and immerse yourself in a platter of authentic bratwursts, pork knuckles and schnitzels, while sipping on world-famous German beers. Brotzeit is also open for lunch and dinner. Railway Lane, Shop 6, 140 William Street, Perth. 9


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6 Moore & Moore Housed in the historic Moores Building, this cafe champions fresh, seasonal fare and smooth specialty coffee. The gallery also exhibits up-and-coming artist works, and the menu suggests that not all the art is on the walls. 46 Henry Street, Fremantle. T: 9335 8825 14

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7 Il Cibo Set on the corner of Market Street, just across from the station, this café celebrates all things Freo. The laid back and quirky café serves up superb coffee, homemade cakes and offer a brunch menu that is bursting with unique flavour. Or for lunch, order a gourmet salad and other healthy and hearty dishes. 2 Market Street, Fremantle. T: 9433 4900 13

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best breweries & distilleries Whether you’d prefer to sip refreshing ales in the sunshine or unwind over a glass of handcrafted moonshine, uncover our pick of unmissable breweries and distilleries. 1 Little Creatures This Fremantle mainstay is the ultimate harbour hangout. Kick back with one of Little Creatures craft beers and a wood-fired pizza before checking out the nooks and crannies of the brewery’s fascinating space. Grab a pale ale and soak in the brewery chaos or wander out into the backyard to enjoy your beer and nosh in the sunshine. Make your way up to Creatures Nextdoor for the harbour views or head to the brewhouse bar to have a tasting of their full range of beers. 40 Mews Road, Fremantle. T: 9430 5555

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2 Iron Bark Brewery Using traditional brewing recipes and techniques, Iron Bark Brewery is a must for all beer lovers. Wind your way down to Swan Valley to kick back and feast on wood-fired pizzas and handcrafted Mango Beers, Cherry Ales, Desert Lime Lager or Golden Wheat Beers and Ciders. 55 Benara Road, Caversham. T: 9377 4400


3 Matso’s Brewery If you could bottle the essence of Broome, it would surely taste just like Matso’s Mango beer. However, if you’re in need of a little comparison perhaps a slurp of the brewery’s Desert Lime and Wild Ginger Cider might just as easily evoke visions of Roebuck Bay views and Cable Beach’s dazzling sunsets. 60 Hamersley Street, Broome. T: 9193 5811

3 4 Northbridge Brewing Co A master brewer, four top-notch craft beers and one of Australia’s most sophisticated breweries have come together to create Perth’s newest local. Overlooking the open green space of the Northbridge Piazza, the threestorey brewery is the perfect space to relax in the sunshine and enjoy their range of bespoke craft beers or a moreish meal from their restaurant. The brewery is open for breakfast, lunch and dinner seven days a week 44 Lake Street, Northbridge. T: 6151 6481

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5 Whipper Snapper Distillery Whether you take pride in being a lover of whisky or just like to have a nip of good ol’ moonshine in your coffee, make sure you take a visit to Whipper Snapper Distillery and its cafe. Set in the heart of East Perth, the urban distillery crafts Perth’s very first American-style whisky and moonshine, which brings together local WA ingredients with hundreds of years of distilling experience. 139 Kensington Street, East Perth. T: 9221 2293

6 Elmar’s in the Valley The largest glass microbrewery in the Southern Hemisphere is a Swan Valley must. Feast on one of Elmar’s famous roasted and pickled Schweinshaxe before washing it down with an award-winning stein of malty deliciousness in the two acre beer garden. When you can’t bear to leave, scour the smallgoods shop selling European delicacies including Elmar’s own smoked sausages and pates. 8731 West Swan Road, Henley Brook. T: 9296 6354

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Choo Choo’s

Brookfield Place, 125 St Georges Terrace, Perth T: 0449 699 342 4

Raw, inventive and intimate in equal parts, Choo Choo’s Bar lures those seeking a relaxed and unpretentious vibe. Housed at the base of  the BHP Building in the heart of the city, the small  bar is a drinking den for both city bar hoppers and after-work drinkers. The edgy and industrial fit-out suits its quirky space, while its continuously evolving drink menu is a favourite amongst cocktail connoisseurs.


HOT SPOT

District

246 Hay Street, Subiaco. T: 9388 1855 24

For over a decade, renowned Perth furniture studio, Table & Chair has been a cornerstone for designer furniture in Perth and beyond. Renamed to District, the store now represents a distinct place of urban sophistication a catchall for the best brands from across the globe. District’s mission is to help others make beautiful worlds through its astute understanding of interior spaces — by creating its own district of designer possibilities.

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design Perth is a magnet for design fiends thanks to glossy showrooms, sprawling temples to vintage, industrial and Scandinavian style and boutique spaces lined with pieces by emerging artisans. The city’s design culture also rewards the curious, with interiors meccas found off the beaten track.

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Scandinavian Wallpaper & Décor Specialists in modern wallpapers and murals. Scandinavian Wallpaper & Décor offer a selection of handpicked international ranges showcasing the latest interior trends. Visit them in their ever changing studio space which adopts a bold, minimalist aesthetic typical to the company’s Scandinavian influence. 376d Oxford Street, Mount Hawthorn. T: 9444 2717 26

designFARM The best from around the globe are paired alongside Australia’s most prolific furniture designers at designFARM, established in 1997. Once a police car service centre, the historic building now houses the strongest contingent of classic Scandinavian designs including Hay, Gubi and Carl Hansen & Son, and Australian luminaries from Adam Goodrum to Kate Stokes. 1000 Hay Street, Perth. T: 9322 2200 23

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78 George Street, East Fremantle. T: 9319 8999 29

Busatti Busatti is an eighth generation Italian fabric house creating luxurious essentials for the home. Visit the beautiful curated store in North Fremantle to discover fine linen sheets. handmade table linen, made-to-measure curtains and upholstery fabrics. 257 Queen Victoria Street, North Fremantle. T: 9335 8918

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Shedwallah Specialists in ethnic objectology, Shedwallah has an ever-changing collection of vintage and contemporary kilims, carpets, textiles, furniture and garden object d’art housed in a fantastic warehouse and courtyard. A true destination. 6 Stack Street, Fremantle. T: 9336 1694 27

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Willow and Bowerbird Oodles of natural light and fresh flowers on the counter beg you to linger in this lifestyle store with a wholesome, stylish range of fashion, accessories, tote bags, stationery, body products and kids toys.


The Rug Studio Traditional handmade rugs, furniture and rare treasures from around the world are bountiful at these colourful emporiums located in the heart of Fremantle and Leederville. Working directly with local villages to find unique pieces, The Rug Studio houses a vast range of contemporary and traditional rugs in different styles, textures and colours that will suit all homes. 656 Newcastle Street, Leederville. T: 6162 1645 19 3 Queen Victoria Street, Fremantle. T: 9335 6169 28

Lauder and Howard A premier antique dealer since 1979, Lauder and Howard specialises in rare objects from a diverse range of periods, styles and countries. Striving to showcase the most exquisite and unusual antiques from around the world, the vast showroom is brimming with fine porcelain, furniture, paintings and glass. 17 Blinco Street, Fremantle. T: 9335 3856 25

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Summerset Arts Festival The Summerset Arts Festival is back this summer, bringing events to your doorstep in the City of Stirling. With tons of events ranging from comedy, circus and music, to visual arts, dance and family events, you’ll be spoilt for choice! The festival kicks off at Scarborough Beach on Saturday 17 January with the Seaside Carnival and ends with a Finale Concert on Saturday 7 February featuring none other than The Preatures and Kim Churchill. Other highlights include the new-look Sunset Veranda pop-up FRINGE WORLD venue, Story Book ‘adventure art’ installation and the ever popular Stirling Times Kids Kerfuffle. summersetartsfestival.com.au. STYLE SEEKERS DESIGN & INTERIORS 23


raw ambition Photography Stephen Nicholls Styling Rose Megirian


Meet Emma Gilbert and Heath Daly, the culinary crusaders at the forefront of a raw food movement that’s high on flavour, purpose and soul. For Emma Gilbert and Heath Daly, simplicity isn’t a form of deprivation, it’s the key to a bigger life. A year ago, the former medical student and dedicated naturopath poured a mutual passion for progressive, plant-based food - exempt from the energy-sapping effects of dairy, gluten and refined sugar - into The Raw Kitchen, a restaurant, smoothie bar, retailer and yoga studio, housed in a sprawling 1920s factory. Visit on any given day and you’ll witness art students sharing pizza topped with cashew macadamia cheese and business types sipping an organic spinach smoothie and squeezing in yoga before returning to work. It’s proof that the high-ceilinged space has become Perth’s temple to living well. “It’s been a long process,” laughs Gilbert. “Heath and I were both interested in raw food and were running workshops and stalls at festivals and growers markets and operated a vegan cafe in Fremantle’s Plaza Arcade. But then we stumbled upon this space and saw the opportunity. Although Heath put a lot of effort into stripping back the walls and exposing the gorgeous Jarrah floorboards, it’s always been about passion and love. We see it as a lifestyle space where we bring ideas like community, sustainability,

locality and ethics together. We wanted to be involved in creating it from start to finish.” This vision has paid off. At The Raw Kitchen, dishes like fiery yellow coconut curry with Margaret River tempeh and green polenta crowned with charred capsicum puree and root vegetables, are a study in flavour and texture thanks to a buyer that sources fresh, local ingredients on a daily basis and a cooking approach, the handiwork of head chef Georg Martin, that proves health food’s culinary appeal.


And the equally focussed on workshops, which school curious locals in the benefits of a raw lifestyle as well as a concept store that stocks everything from artisanal homewares to ecoconscious skincare, as part of a plan to showcase products with an interesting story and clear provenance.

for people,” says Daly, who’s currently writing a book on The Raw Kitchen’s philosophy. “I think it’s proving not to be a fad because after people eat it for weeks they feel better - alive and energised. That’s what happens when you strip everything back to its essence and let the flavours shine through.

“Raw food is progressive, it’s part of the healthy food movement but it tastes amazing and it’s important for us to create an enjoyable dining experience

The Raw Kitchen 181A High Street, Fremantle. T: 9433 4647 8

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Raw food is progressive, it’s part of the healthy food movement but it tastes amazing...


HOT SPOT

S2 An iconic Australian fashion destination - S2 is understated, artdriven and considers its aesthetic, positioning and service paramount to its success. Within S2, tailored, structural pieces for women line the walls of this intriguing and ever-changing gallery space, which showcases hand-selected collections of Australian and international brands that adopt a bold, minimalist aesthetic. 26 Angove Street, North Perth. T: 9227 1136 38


fashion Whether you’re after high-voltage pieces courtesy of local design talent or a much-loved product from a cult beauty brand, Perth delivers in spades.

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Kate and Abel Located in the stylish retail hub of MANY 6160, husband and wife duo Matthew Bale and Kate Hulett showcase a covetable selection of internationally sourced wares, as well as their very own hat label, St Saviours. Visit the hat bar to have a custom made hat prepared while you enjoy a coffee from their café next door. MANY 6160, Newman Court, Fremantle. T: 0470 476 996 33

Emursion Raw, organic, recycle and up-cycle. Yes, at a hair salon! Using Australian owned O&M products and organic Italian brand Philip Martins this sleek, modern salon has a passion for sustainability. Immerse yourself in the cool white interior at this oasis, and relax. Shop 1, 186 Scarborough Beach Road. Mt Hawthorn T: 9201 1449 32

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274 William Street, Northbridge. T: 9328 9056 37

Tú Clothing Tú encapsulates an alchemy of treasures, with fashion, homewares and giftware and everything in between. Become lost in an antipodean world, with its clandestine tea parlour, Tea for tú; and stairwell gallery featuring local artists. 218A William Street, Northbridge. T: 9227 7628 39

Method Clothing With an eclectic perspective on womens and mens clothing from select Australian designers, this store also showcases talented WA labels. Unique accessories like collectable vintage bags, jewellery, wallets, purses and handmade belts complete the picture. 557 Beaufort Street, Mt Lawley. T: 9227 8944 36

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Periscope A forerunner in contemporary clothing that traverses the divide between progressively modern and timelessly classic style. Visit to uncover romantic pieces by Life with Bird, luxurious leather of After the Apple and the subversively ladylike garments by Kate Sylvester.


Mariposa Perfumery With a meticulous selection of niche fragrances, skincare and cosmetics, this intimate boutique evokes the heady, artisanal aromas of early 1900s Parisian chic. Find brands such as Creed, Amouage, Cire Trudon and Becca Cosmetics. 665 Beaufort Street, Mt Lawley. T: 9272 6867 35

Varga Girl From M Missoni and Nom*d to carefully selected vintage items, giftware and accessories. Varga Girl caters for a wide demographic in their stunning boutique space, mirrored by an impressive collection of vintage glass. 148 Oxford Street, Leederville. T: 9444 8990 40

Love in Tokyo WA’s Sheree Dornan houses her eponymous label along with the inhouse Love in Tokyo range of silk slip dresses, selections from Jiva, Leina Broughton, Ayala Bar, High Tea With Mrs Woo and more in this vibrant retail space. 61-63 High Street, Fremantle. T: 9433 2110 34

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William Topp 452 William Street, Perth. T: 9228 8733 41 Visit this superbly curated store where you will find an impressive array of contemporary jewellery, leather accessories, homewares and design objects that juxtapose the playful and handmade with the utilitarian. This is the place to find the perfect gift - whether for yourself or someone else.

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close up: diana paolucci director & buyer at dilettante Photography Stephen Nicholls


Carefully filtering the latest global fashion trends, Dilettante is an intimate gallery of contemporary style. Considering the shop name is “to delight” in Italian, it was fitting to chat with the equally delightful owner Diana, where we got the low down on the next big thing in wearable works of art. Describe Perth’s fashion style? Women in Perth know how they want to dress. They want to be comfortable, without sacrificing style, but never want to look too “done”. It’s an everyday luxury lifestyle here. What is the secret to being a ‘contemporary retailer’? The secret? Perhaps embracing your business as your life. Fashion retail is a complex and extremely competitive industry. People underestimate just how involved and time consuming it is to run a business like Dilettante. It’s a constant juggle and one that you can’t afford to take your eye off. Where do you go for inspiration? Inspiration can come from anywhere

at unexpected times. Whether it’s during a walk along the Swan River or a trip overseas. I am constantly inspired by architecture, organic beauty, music and people. What are your style tips for summer? Oversize shorts and wide trousers are on trend this season and also very comfortable for our hot summer days. Pair them with a short/fitted top or baggy shirt and a clean, statement sandal. For summer getaways, a large cotton scarf that can lend itself to being a top, a dress, a towel, a picnic rug or a headscarf. The best style is the skin you live in everyday. Ditch the foundation for tinted suncream and slip slop slap. A one-of-a-kind experience in Perth? Getting back to nature. Running around the swan river or spending the day at Rottnest Island. Where would we find you on a Friday night in Perth? Could go one of two ways. A quiet night at home on my laptop or dirty martinis at Mechanics Institute Bar. How would you describe Perth to someone who has never visited? It’s all about the weather, the people you surround yourself with and being able to enjoy life’s simple pleasures with a slower paced lifestyle. We live in paradise in the West. DIllettante 575 Wellington Street, Perth. T:9322 2717 31 STYLE SEEKERS FASHION & BEAUTY 35


enex100 Jack London Jack London is a menswear brand inspired by the British and European Mod Rocker scene of the 1960’s. Picture short suit jackets with narrow lapels and narrow trousers, anorak parkas, short collared shirts worn with slim ties, polos and leather jackets, dressed with cuban heel boots.

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Shop H119, enter via 100 St Georges Tce or 683 Hay St Mall, Perth. T: 9322 3822 30

Marcs Creative energy runs through the fashion for men and women at Marcs. From the quality of material to the beautiful design, Marcs’ garments are made for brightening a workday, standing out at the races or stylish comfort on holidays. Shop H114, enter via 100 St Georges Tce or 683 Hay St Mall, Perth. T: 6104 9852 30

Dangerfield Quirky prints meet retro styles, there’s more than a little rock n roll vamping up a Dangerfield outfit. Make a fun statement with hundreds of clothing and accessories options for men and women. Shop P148, enter via 100 St Georges Tce or 683 Hay St Mall, Perth. T: 9322 1877 30

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Gorman This iconic Australian fashion label features whimsical signature prints from vintage to tribal. The inimitable designs are the perfect way to brighten your look whether you’re searching for an outfit, shoes or accessories. Shop H123a, enter via 100 St Georges Tce or 683 Hay St Mall, Perth. T: 9481 5970 30

Calibre Contemporary and wearable with recognisable signature elements, Calibre is Australia’s leading fashion brand for men. From well-tailored casual garments to the finest suit, Calibre provides options for men with impeccable style. Shop H118, enter via 100 St Georges Tce or 683 Hay St Mall, Perth. T: 9486 1210 30

Lululemon Sweat in style with Lululemon’s fabulous and functional yoga, run and casual clothing all in the season’s latest colour trends. Take advantage of the in-store yoga and Pilates classes that local instructors run complimentary. Shop H127-128, enter via 100 St Georges Tce or 683 Hay St Mall, Perth. T: 9481 3000 30

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beauty & gifts Aesop Aesop’s plant-based and laboratorymade skin, hair and body products are created from the highest quality ingredients with great anti-oxidant properties. Catering to all skin types, Aesop formulations are gentle yet effective ways to promote healthy skin. Shop H126, enter via 100 St Georges Tce or 683 Hay St Mall, Perth. T: 9486 9471 30

Kit Kit Cosmetics is an Australian brand featuring on-trend beauty essentials including botanical-based skincare, a high-performance make up line and the latest nail shades. Dotted amidst the store’s own label are global cult beauty favourites like bareMinerals and Smashbox. Shop H121, enter via 100 St Georges Tce or 683 Hay St Mall, Perth. T: 9486 7610 30

Pigeonhole Originating in a tiny store in a Perth heritage arcade, Pigeonhole has gone global with its creative style. Find fashion, gifts, homewares and analogue photography with unique personalities from in-house designs, and local and international labels. Shop P146, enter via 100 St Georges Tce or 683 Hay St Mall, Perth. T: 6161 6248 30

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Kikki K Kit Cosmetics Lululemon Marcs Mimco Nine West Witchery Greenhouse Food Podium

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HOT SPOT

The Yoga Vine Ashton Chambers, 187 St George Terrace, Perth.

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Enhance your physical and mental health and wellbeing with The Yoga Vine. Set in the heart of Perth’s CBD, this urban studio offers a variety of classes and yoga retreats for all levels. Classes for beginners and for seasoned practitioners are available for regulars or those just passing through. Busy office workers requiring an escape from their desks should check out the weekday lunchtime sessions for an energising and centering break.


stay Keen to discover the hidden gems of Perth? Roam beyond the city grid and uncover tuckedaway destinations that cultivate inspiring retail spaces and eclectic eateries.

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explore destinations beyond the city’s grid

Meet Maylands

Photography Stephen Nicholls

Only 10 minutes from Perth’s CBD and set on the picturesque northern bank of the Swan River, Maylands’ recent restoration has it labelled as Perth’s latest “it” location. Easily accessed via train, the Maylands Railway Station is only metres from the pulsating shopping precinct and the revitalised Eighth Avenue café strip. The suburb has revived to become a steadfast destination, studded with eclectic fashion and homewares boutiques, award-winning small bars and cafes renowned for delicious coffee and homemade baked goods. Whatley Crescent in particular uses its vintage charm to draw the crowds, lined with restored heritage-listed shopfronts that retain the warm character of yesteryear.

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Asian grocery stores (Indian, Thai and Vietnamese) and Italian delis generate a multicultural feel, which is unsurprising given 47 percent of Maylands residents are born overseas. Head off the beaten track and discover locals swarming perfect picnic spots like Bardon Park, with its panoramic views of Perth city and mobile wood-fired pizza van, or the popular Saturday evening hawkers markets at The Rise. Maylands is a bustling mix of friendly locals and inspired spots to wile away an afternoon browsing, eating and drinking.

City of Bayswater 61 Broun Avenue, Morley. T: 9272 0622


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West Australian Ballet The West Australian Ballet Centre has added significant cultural charm to Maylands after moving there in 2012. The magnificent art deco building, which formerly housed the Royal West Australian Institute for the Blind and dates back to 1897, is the perfect creative space for West Australian Ballet with its high ceilings, timber features and exposed red brick walls. The Centre features four dance studios, a wardrobe and production department, and administration offices. 134 Whatley Crescent, Maylands. T: 9214 0707

Chapels on Whatley Feel a sense of Zen wash over you as you enter Chapels on Whatley a Eurasian café that embraces Eastern culture with its antiques and artefact. The owners handpick treasures from Mongolia, Tibet, Japan, China, India and Vietnam aimed to bringing a combination of spirituality and luxury from Asia into your home. Once you’ve browsed the visual feast, indulge your tastebuds with over 50 varieties of tea, organic coffee and the Eurasian cuisine straight from the Asian British colonies. 196 Whatley Crescent, Maylands. T: 9272 7738

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186 Whatley Crescent, Maylands. T: 9371 9778

Look Feel Be Wander into Look Feel Be and be transported to a Parisian store circa 1940. Discover limited edition fashion, often inspired by the art deco period alongside fine jewellery and unique homewares, all made with sustainability and fair trade top of mind. With an eye for quality and timeless styling the highly qualified style coaches will help you find just the right piece for your shape and personal style. 190 Whatley Crescent, Maylands. T: 9471 9086

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Smoult’s Continental Deli Step inside this foodie favourite to discover a decadent array of deli goods as well as silky smooth brew and lunch options. The boutique food store and delicatessen boasts a range of local and imported smallgoods, and cheeses, cut to order plus a unique range of pantry essentials. Smoult’s is also the perfect place to pick up a gourmet picnic basket.


Swallow Bar Recently awarded the Small Bar Association of WA’s title of the 2014 Small Bar of the Year, Swallow Bar is a must do on your next evening out. Go for a bite to eat from the locally-sourced menu, a cheeky cocktail (try The Hendricks Rose), and/or a glass (or bottle, we’re not judging) from their fabulous wine list. The décor is French-inspired, exuding warmth and nostalgia with its lace curtains and booth seating. 198 Whatley Crescent, Maylands. T: 9272 4428 46 STAY & EXPLORE STYLE SEEKERS


214 Whatley Crescent, Maylands. T: 0407 290 579

Wanderlust Store Retail with true character, Wanderlust’s heritage-listed exterior is the perfect façade for the artisan-quality goods inside. An eclectic range of homewares and gifts decorate the shelves in a shop so pretty you’ll want to browse for hours. 194 Whatley Crescent, Maylands. T: 9371 5351

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MAINE Home Garden Design Owned by Interior Designer Cindy Wieringa, MAINE features beautiful pieces for the home and garden influenced by European Provincial and Hamptons design. The furniture, gifts and homewares are largely vintage and antique with many one-off restored pieces. MAINE also offers a Styling and Interior Design service.


SUBURBAN REVIVAL

your guide to Subiaco

Photography Stephen Nicholls

Subiaco, an inner western suburb settled by Benedictine monks in the 1850s, has always been famous for Federation-era architecture and grand, tree-lined streets. But in the last few years, a fleet of culinary mavericks, designers and artists intent on reshaping the precinct’s once-showy reputation have seen ambition, rather than aspiration, become the heart of Subiaco’s appeal. The enclave may play host to The Regal, a theatre whose art deco fixtures once witnessed Ginger Rogers but it’s also home to the likes of the Little Wing Corner Gallery, a trailblazing space featuring video work, illustration and photography by Perth artists like James Giddy and Arcadian Dreams. These days, you can spend a Saturday

morning swapping anecdotes with a farmer while stocking up on mangos at the Subiaco Farmers Market,decamp to Fly Home, an offbeat design emporium which serves handmade homewares alongside Essenza espresso before convening at Juanita’s, an artistrun wine bar known for inventive tapas and soulful reds. And events like The Future Postal Service, where children channel their ideas into postcards for adult passersby, and Subiaco pARk, which sees artists turn the Theatre Gardens into a interactive sculpture park – held as part of the Perth International Arts Festival in February – prove that Subiaco’s blend of community and creativity is only set to grow bolder with time.

City of Subiaco 241 Rokeby Road, Subiaco. T: 9237 9222 50

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shop & play in subiaco Barking Gecko A theatre company with a focus on nurturing the next generation of thespians, BGTC offers workshop programs for children and teens. The focus is on supporting a young person’s social development in a joyful, playful and safe environment. 180 Hamersley Road, Subiaco. T: 9380 3080 51

Fly Home Eco-elegance is a term that would fit Fly Home. Combining calming and eclectic homewares from Lumiere Art & Co., Enoki, Angus & Celeste and Paper Empire to name a few, plus an affordable espresso bar for your caffeine hit. 4/439 Hay Street, Subiaco. T: 6161 6371 53

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The Tenth State A must visit for design aficionados and coffee lovers alike, this concept store features a petite coffee bar serving Five Senses coffee and an assortment of sweet treats (snickers cupcake, anyone?) alongside its gorgeous selection of homewares and gifts. 2/10 Broadway, Nedlands. T: 0499 070 000

Mr Sparrow A home, gift and garden store with a unique mix of products with a design focus. Supporting independent designers and makers from around the globe, Mr Sparrow stocks goods which are fun, beautiful and quirky, with sustainability in mind. C3/223 Bagot Road, Subiaco. T: 9381 6362 54

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HOT SPOT

FOUND at Fremantle Arts Centre 1 Finnerty Street, Fremantle. T: 9432 9569 56

This much-loved retail gallery is housed in multi-arts organisation Fremantle Arts Centre. A creative space with an eye for design and an evolving showcase of pieces by WA artists including jewellery, textiles, ceramics, glass, wood, books and gifts for kids.

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arts From blockbuster exhibitions and buzzing international festivals to live performances and group shows that unfold in basement galleries, Perth’s art scene has the creative spectrum covered and it’s sure to leave you hooked.

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Linton & Kay Old-world meets modern sophistication as the art from Linton and Kay Galleries adorns the heritage site of the Old Perth Technical School. Presenting an exciting schedule of exhibitions, the gallery offers a unqiue space to browse an all-encompassing stockroom that is filled with emerging and established artists from around the world. A corporate event destination and art gallery in one, the St Georges Terrace display is a sight to behold. The Old Perth Technical School, Level 1-137 St Georges Terrace, Perth. T: 6465 4314 57 54 ARTS & CULTURE STYLE SEEKERS


1 Finnerty Street, Fremantle. T: 9432 9555 56

Seva Frangos Art This gallery and consultancy with more than 35 years experience in contemporary art, specialises in Aboriginal art from the Kimberley, Pilbara, Tiwi Islands and Arnhem Land; and presents leading Chinese and Western Australian artists. 271 Rokeby Road, Subiaco. T: 9380 9938 58

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Fremantle Arts Centre Housed within an iconic heritage building and beautiful grounds, this is one of Australia’s leading arts centres. Enjoy free contemporary exhibitions, a gift shop selling quality WA-designed products, an extensive live music program and an idyllic cafe. Open 7 days.


streets ahead Photography Craig Williams


Meet Kristi Dempster, a force behind 140 – the imaginative Perth development proving that creativity and commerce don’t need to be mutually exclusive. It can take an unexpected payoff to know that a project you’ve put your heart into was worth your time. For Kristi Dempster, Marketing Manager at 140, a William Street precinct that aims to be an inspiring antidote to the faceless towers that command the Perth skyline – while bringing Northbridge creativity closer to the Murray Street Mall – it was witnessing a moment of connection between an artist she’d commissioned and a passer-by. “In November last year, we ran a campaign called 140ART where we invited 12 Australian artists to exhibit work on the precinct’s shopfronts and walls,” says Dempster, who’s helped steer the development since it was spearheaded by Cbus Property in 2010. “Sara Winfield was installing a mural and we had a disabled man in a wheelchair sit and watch her for three hours. I’ve been working on this project for four-and-a-half years and there’s been a lot of blood, sweat and tears. But watching an emotional reaction like that was so rewarding.” For Dempster, creating a relationship between 140 and the people that pass through it isn’t just about urban

renewal – it sparks a spirit of possibility that can help a city evolve. She says that the precinct, which features stark bronze sculptures by Perth jewellery designer Alistair Yiap, a technicolour canopy by Nike Savvas and murals by street artist Tim Phibs’ alongside venues like Jamie’s Italian and German beer house Brotzeit, aims to break down barriers between art, design, food and retail. “We have a number of new food and beverage venues planned when we launch in early 2015 as well as a comprehensive art program,” says Dempster, whose background is in interior design. “When a national corporation like Cbus Property takes a new approach, it pushes evolution within the industry. Property owners and developers can’t keep producing suburban retail offers in the middle of the city. A lot of creative young people who moved east or overseas are returning to Perth and starting entrepreneurial ventures.140 was the perfect opportunity to push some boundaries and address the fact that for cities to create a point of difference, they have to be culturally alive.”

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First and foremost Andy Quilty. Andy was a resident artist at 140 for a little over a year, his body of work really evolved during this period. Anya Brock for mass commercial appeal (she may take over the world) and Alister Yiap as he transitions into sculpture.

Q&A Kristi Dempster What do you believe sets Perth’s art scene apart from those in other capital cities? In my opinion it’s driven by a younger generation willing to push boundaries and take commercial risks to challenge Perth’s status quo. If the last few years are anything to go by, it’s working! What are your favourite urban or public spaces in the Perth CBD? Cbus Property’s 140 has been a real passion project for me over the last 4.5 years, so it’s definitely at the top. Aside from that I would have to say Wolf Lane. The team at Form completely transformed this laneway earlier in the year as part of their ‘Public’ program which saw 50 artists paint 37 walls over 7 days. It houses so many amazing works including a personal favourite by Maya Hayuk. Which three Perth artists and illustrators do you think art fans should watch out for?

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What’s your favourite gallery or design store in Perth? There are so many! The Artspace Collective has recently opened north of the CBD and aims to establish a space for art sessions, exhibitions and shared work studios. The converted space above a street-front shop is where Marite Norris and her husband Anthony Maslin are generating a positive energy to honour and remember their three children Mo, Evie and Otis Maslin, who died with their grandfather in the MH17 air disaster in July. Unique spaces with purpose are generally the ones I’ll gravitate to. How would you spend the perfect Friday evening in Perth? After a full day at 140, I would usually meet friends and head down William Street into Northbridge. There are so many unique small bars, eateries and boutiques. Bivouac Canteen gets me every time. I’m also excited for Lucky Chan’s Bar to open in the New Year. It’s Australia’s first crowd-funded bar which is pretty impressive in itself. 140 Corner of William Street and Murray Street Mall, Perth. T: 9420 1000

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Don’t miss diary dates From high-voltage carnivals and world-class music festivals to moonlit outdoor cinema and offbeat art exhibitions, Perth is delivering an unmissable array of events this summer.

January MOONLIGHT CINEMA 7 Dec 2014 - 29 Mar 2015 Unfolding on the lawns of Kings Park and Botanic Garden, sit back and relish in your favourite cult film or new release under the stars. www.moonlight.com.au SUMMERSET ARTS FESTIVAL 16 Jan – 7 Feb 2015 Transforming parks and vacant buildings into pop-up venues and artistic spaces, the Summerset Arts Festival turns Scarborough into a creative mecca. The beach serves as the backdrop to some of Perth’s best live theatre, comedy, music and more. summersetartsfestival.com.au

Fringe Festival

FRINGE FESTIVAL 23 Jan – 22 Feb 2015 A whirlwind of burlesque, cabaret and audacious performances will headline this tribute to our city’s creative identity. Bursting with homegrown and international talent, the festival will be a haven of entertainment that will tempt, titillate and tease. fringeworld.com.au

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summer 2015 February PERTH INTERNATIONAL ARTS FESTIVAL 13 Feb - 7 Mar 2015 Delve into this world-class festival of music, theatre, arts and more. Find free entertainment and don’t miss the festival bar – it’s the festival’s heart and soul. www.perthfestival.com.au ST. JEROME’S LANEWAY FESTIVAL 8 Feb 2015 St. Vincent and Future Islands will be headlining this year’s much-loved fixture on the festival calendar. Bringing a multitude of international and local artists to Fremantle, the cult music festival doubles as a love letter to indie and rock’n’roll. www.lanewayfestival.com PERTH WRITERS FESTIVAL 19 - 22 Feb 2015 One of Australia’s biggest gatherings of word fiends connects literary superstars with aspiring scribes via panels, workshops and reader events. perthfestival.com.au

Perth International Arts Festival

March WEST COAST BLUES N ROOTS 29 Mar 2015 Featuring a power-packed lineup of talented local and international artists playing everything from hard rockin’ electric blues to myriad textured root. This year’s acts include John Butler Trio, Paolo Nutini and Jurassic 5. SCULPTURE BY THE SEA 6 - 22 March 2015 Overlooking the Indian Ocean, this beachside tribute to art explores the creativity of more than 70 local, national and international artists. EAT DRINK PERTH FESTIVAL 20 March – 24 April Perth’s biggest month-long food festival includes pop-up bars, masterclasses, wine and cheese tasting events and more. STYLE SEEKERS ARTS & CULTURE 61


Rooftop Movies

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ROOFTOP MOVIES Oct 2014 - April 2015 Six floors up, on top of the Roe St Carpark, a secret pop-up paradise has been transformed into a summer cinema. Watch your favourite flicks including old-school gems, cinephile classics and blockbuster new releases.

FREMANTLE HERITAGE FESTIVAL 8 - 17 May 2015 Quirky and feisty, intriguing and surprising, the Fremantle Heritage Festival delves into the past to explore all the colour and intrigue that makes Fremantle special.

PERTH INTERNATIONAL COMEDY FESTIVAL 29 April - 17 May 2015 Celebrating the joy of laughter, comedians from around the world and Australia come together to delve into the art of standup. perthcomedyfest.com Taste of Perth

TASTE OF PERTH 1 - 3 May 2015 Feast your belly on the best of the west at this year’s ultimate foodie festival. Over three indulgent days the city’s latest, greatest and hottest restaurants will be showing off their culinary talents. WEST AUSTRALIAN BALLET EMBRACEABLE YOU 5 - 30 May 2015 A lyrical tribute to the father of American ballet George Balanchine, the WA Ballet showcases the distinctive energy of Manhattan.


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perthfestival.com.au

Royal de Luxe Image: Pascal Victor – Artcomart – Royal de Luxe Toni Wilkinson


HOT SPOT

Matso’s Brewery 60 Hamersley Street, Broome. T: 9193 5811

If you could bottle the essence of Broome, it would surely taste just like Matso’s Mango beer. However, if you’re in need of a little comparison perhaps a slurp of the brewery’s Desert Lime and Wild Ginger Cider might just as easily evoke visions of Roebuck Bay views and Cable Beach’s dazzling sunsets. Park up at the microbrewery where the magic happens and pair your Broome in a bottle with an equally delicious menu of regional treats such as barramundi, crocodile and kangaroo. Breakfast, lunch, dinner or light snacks are all on offer seven days a week, 7am til late.

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escapes Summer is synonymous with packing your bags, compiling a soundtrack and hitting the open road. Whether it’s a spontaneous weekend roadtrip or a lazy week of coastal bliss, Broome is one of Perthites favourite getaway destinations.

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endless summer With warm climes all year round, mangoes falling at your feet and arguably the most magnificent beachside location to watch the sun sink into the ocean‌ Broome is some kind of heaven on earth.

Photo credit: Tourism Western Australia


A two and a half hour flight from Perth, Broome is well known for the sunset images of camels peacefully wandering over sections of the 22 kilometre long Cable Beach. However, before you throw on a bikini and sprint towards the creamy white sand, read up on the tides and extend yourself beyond a sunbake. The tides along the Kimberley coast are the biggest in the southern hemisphere with the difference in high and low tide being up to 10 metres. Low tide is certainly the best time to stretch a fluffy beach towel over a patch of sparkling white sand, but in between your sighs of contentment, set your sights on the incredible history that is exposed as the water retreats. At the lowest of tides, make your way to Gantheaume Point where the deep red cliffs framing the turquoise

ocean aren’t the only breathtaking vision. A variety of 130-millionyear-old dinosaur footprints can be seen, including sauropods and Stegosaurus prints. From Town Beach, use low tides again to walk the mud flats and see the eerie wreckage of Catalina boats that were sunk in World War II. In the evening it is also the spot to catch the natural phenomenon of the Staircase to the Moon, an illusion created along the mudflats when a full moon coincides with a low tide. The next natural wonder to marvel at is the South Sea pearl. Take a tour out to one of the pearl farms (try Willie Creek Pearls or Cygnet Bay Pearls) or wander into the shopping precinct of Chinatown where you can snag one of your own from the showrooms. Have an ogle at the 22.24mm Pink Round Pearl at the Cygnet Bay

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Broome Showroom, which is the biggest in the world (sorry ladies, this one’s not for sale).

pasta and ice creams are made inhouse and its signature dish is spiced sautéed pearl meat.

When hunger strikes post-touring, hit up dining hot spots like 18 Degrees where the cocktails (kiwi basil martini anyone?) are equally as spectacular as the view of Roebuck Bay or breathe in the balmy Kimberley air from locals’ favourite, The Aarli. The Aarli is an outdoor restaurant sweetly fragranced by overhanging frangipani and features a breakfast menu with the perfect recovery food from those aforementioned martinis. For a fine dining experience, you can’t go past Selene at Kimberley Sands Resort and Spa where all breads, pastries,

If you’re tossing up the best time to travel, don’t just consider the dry season between May and September. The shoulder season is now considered one of the best times to visit. From October to April is the stretch to get a glimpse of another side of Broome. Think sultry storms, warm ocean and a stretch of sand only for yourself.

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Shire of Broome 27 Weld Street, Broome. T: 9191 3456


BUSINESS DIRECTORY BARS, RESTAURANTS & CAFES p.6-17

Andaluz Bar & Tapas

p.8 21 Howard St, Perth. T: 9481 0092 andaluzbar.com.au 1

Bar Lafayette 2 p.9 Brookfield Place, 125 St Georges Tce, Perth T: 0416 816 355 barlafayette.com Bivouac 3 p.9 198 William St, Northbridge. T: 9227 0883 bivouac.com.au Choo Choo’s Bar p.17 Brookfield Place, 125 St Georges Tce, Perth T: 0449 699 342 choochoosbar.com 4

Laneway Lounge 5 p.9 414A Murray St, Perth. T: 9321 2508 thelanewaylounge.com.au Stables Bar 6 p.6 888 Hay St, Perth. T: 6314 1300 thestablesbar.com.au The Classroom 7 p.8 356 Charles St, North Perth. T: 9444 7729 theclassroom.com.au The Raw Kitchen p.24 181A High St, Fremantle. T: 9433 4647 therawkitchen.com.au 8

Lets Do Brunch p.10-13

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Railway Lane, Shop 6, 140 William St, Perth.

brotzeit.co Cantina 663 10 p.11 663 Beaufort St, Mount Lawley. T: 9370 4883 cantina663.com City Farm Café 11 p.9 1 City Farm Place, East Perth. T: 9221 7300 citufarmcafe.com.au Hobart Street Deli 12 p.10 45A Hobart St, North Perth. T: 9444 8686 facebook.com/HobartDeli

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Il Cibo 13 p.13 2 Market St, Fremantle. T: 9433 4900 Moore & Moore 14 p.13 46 Henry St, Fremantle. T: 9335 8825 mooreandmoorecafe.com West End Deli 15 p.12 95 Carr St, West Perth. T: 9328 3605 westenddeli.net.au

Breweries & Distilleries p.14-16

Elmar’s in the Valley p.16 8731 West Swan Rd, Henley Brook. T: 9296 6354 elmars.com.au Iron Bark Brewery p.14 55 Benara Rd, Caversham. T: 9377 4400 ironbarkbrewery.com.au Little Creatures p.14 40 Mews Rd, Fremantle. T: 9430 5555 littlecreatures.com.au Matso’s Brewery p.15 60 Hamersley St, Broome. T: 9193 5811 matsos.com.au Northbridge Brewing Co p.15 44 Lake St, Northbridge. T: 6151 6481 northbridgebrewingco.com.au Whipper Snapper Distillery p.16 139 Kensington St, East Perth. T: 9221 2293 whippersnapperdistillery.com

DESIGN & INTERIORS Busatti 22 p.21 257 Queen Victoria St, North Fremantle. T: 9335 8918 busatti.com.au designFARM 23 p.20 1000 Hay St, Perth. T: 9322 2200 designfarm.com.au District 24 p.18 246 Hay St, Subiaco. T: 9388 1855 district.com.au Lauder and Howard 25 p.22 17 Blinco St, Fremantle. T: 9335 3856 lauderandhoward.com.au


Scandinavian Wallpaper & DĂŠcor 26 p.20 376d Oxford St, Mount Hawthorn. T: 9444 2717 wallpaperdecor.com Shedwallah 27 p.21 6 Stack St, Fremantle. T: 9336 1694 facebook.com/shed.wallah The Rug Studio 28 p.22 3 Queen Victoria St, Fremantle. T: 9335 6169. Also at 656 Newcastle St, Leederville. 19 p.22 T: 6162 1645 rugstudio.com.au Willow and Bowerbird 29 p.21 78 George St, East Fremantle. T: 9319 8999 facebook.com/WillowandtheBowerbird

Jack London 30 p.36 Shop H119, 100 St Georges Tce, Perth. T: 9322 3822 shop.jacklondon.com.au Kate and Abel 33 p.30 MANY 6160, Newman Crt, Fremantle. T: 0470 476 996 kateandabel.com Kit Cosmetics 30 p.38 Shop H121, 100 St Georges Tce, Perth. T: 9486 7610 mecca.com.au Love In Tokyo 34 p.32 61-63 High St, Fremantle. T: 9433 2110 loveintokyo.com.au

SHOPPING CENTRES

Lululemon 30 p.37 Shop H127-128, 100 St Georges Tce, Perth. T: 9481 3000 lululemon.com.au Marcs 30 p.36 Shop H114, 100 St Georges Tce, Perth. T: 6104 9852 marcs.com.au

140 140 p.59 140 William St, Perth. T: 9420 1000 140.com.au

Mariposa Perfumery 35 p.32 665 Beaufort St, Mt Lawley. T: 9272 6867 mariposashop.com

enex100 30 p.36-39 100 St Georges Tce, Perth. T: 9746 7676 enex100.com

Method Clothing 36 p.31 557 Beaufort St, Mt Lawley. T: 9227 8944 methodclothing.com.au

RETAILERS

Periscope 37 p.31 274 William St, Northbridge. T: 9328 9056 periscopeclothing.com.au

FASHION & BEAUTY

Aesop 30 p.38 Shop H126, 100 St Georges Tce, Perth. T: 9486 9471 aesop.com.au Calibre 30 p.37 Shop H118, 100 St Georges Tce, Perth. T: 9486 1210 calibre.com.au Dangerfield 30 p.36 Shop P148, 100 St Georges Tce, Perth. T: 9322 1877 shop.dangerfield.com.au Dilettante 31 p.34-35 575 Wellington St (corner of King St), Perth. T: 9322 2717 dilettante.net Emursion 32 p.30 Shop 1, 186 Scarborough Beach Rd, Mt Hawthorn. T: 9201 1449 facebook.com/emursion Gorman 30 p.37 Shop H123a, 100 St Georges Tce, Perth. T: 9481 5970 gormanshop.com.au

Pigeonhole 30 p.38 Shop P146, 100 St Georges Tce, Perth. T: 6161 6248 pigeonhole.com S2 38 p.28 26 Angove St, North Perth. T: 9227 1136 s2perth.com.au TĂş Clothing 39 p.31 218A William St, Northbridge. T: 9227 7628 tu.com.au Varga Girl 40 p.32 148 Oxford St, Leederville. T: 9444 8990 facebook.com/thevargagirls William Topp 41 p.33 452 William St. Perth. T: 9228 8733 williamtopp.com

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STAY & EXPLORE Yoga Vine 42 p.40 Ashton Chambers, 187 St George Tce, Perth theyogavine.com.au

Meet Maylands p.42-47

City of Bayswater p.42-43 61 Broun Ave, Morley. T: 9272 0622 bayswater.wa.gov.au Chapels on Whatley p.44 196 Whatley Crescent, Maylands. T: 9272 7738 chapelsonwhatley.com.au Look Feel Be p.45 190 Whatley Crescent, Maylands. T: 9471 9086 lookfeelbe.com.au MAINE Home Garden & Design p.47 214 Whatley Crescent, Maylands. T: 0407 290 579 mainehomegardendesign.com.au Smoult’s Continental Deli p.45 186 Whatley Crescent, Maylands. T: 9371 9778 smoultscontinentaldeli.com Swallow Bar p.46 198 Whatley Crescent, Maylands. T: 9272 4428 swallowbar.com.au Wanderlust Store p.47 194 Whatley Crescent, Maylands. T: 9371 5351 facebook.com/WanderlustStoreMaylands

Fly Home 53 p.50 4/439 Hay St, Subiaco. T: 6161 6371 flyhome.com.au Mr Sparrow 54 p.51 C3/223 Bagot Rd, Subiaco. T: 9381 6362 mrsparrow.com.au The Tenth State p.51 2/10 Broadway, Nedlands. T: 0499 070 000 facebook.com/thetenthstate

ARTS & CULTURE 140 140 p.56-59 140 William St, Perth. T: 9420 1000 140.com.au FOUND at Fremantle Arts Centre 56 p.52 1 Finnerty St, Fremantle. T: 9432 9569 fac.org.au/shop Fremantle Arts Centre 56 p.55 1 Finnerty St, Fremantle. T: 9432 9555 fac.org.au Linton & Kay 57 p.54 The Old Perth Technical School, Level 1, 137 St Georges Tce, Perth. T: 6465 4314 lintonandkay.com.au Seva Frangos Art 58 p.55 271 Rokeby Rd, Subiaco. T: 9380 9938 sevafrangosart.com

ESCAPES & GETAWAYS ENDLESS SUMMER: BROOME

West Australian Ballet p.44 134 Whatley Crescent, Maylands. T: 9214 0707 waballet.com.au

Matso’s Brewery p.64 60 Hamersley St, Broome. T: 9193 5811 matsos.com.au

Your Guide to Subiaco

Shire of Broome p.66-69 27 Weld St, Broome. T: 9191 3456 broome.wa.gov.au

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City Of Subiaco 50 p.48-49 241 Rokeby Rd, Subiaco. T: 9237 9222 subiaco.wa.gov.au Barking Gecko 51 p.50 180 Hamersley Rd, Subiaco. T: 9380 3080 barkinggecko.com.au

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