Few things compare to a warm summer’s evening out on the town, and Perth is a heck of a town to be out on. If you’re looking for a new place to hang out in these warm and lovely months, try these bars on for size.
Hidden away atop The Flour Factory, The Sherry is an intimate little roof bar with a lush garden lounge motif. Despite the name, gin is the drink of choice here. There’s a huge selection sourced from all across the world, and you should certainly try the ‘spin for your gin’ roulette wheel if you fancy a nice g&t. It only costs a tenner, and you’ll end up with any one of 24 tasty blends.
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As soon as you lay eyes on the Cottesloe, you’ll know you’re in the right place. It’s a gorgeous piece of 1900s architecture, with arches and domes that’d look right at home on a European cathedral. The hotel is literally right on the beach, and features three different bars to investigate. The beer garden is the obvious choice in summer, of course, and the wood-fired pizzas are mighty tempting.
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Since we’re still gallivanting over the rooftops, we might as well stop off at the biggest rooftop bar in all of Western Australia. The Aviary’s Nest is 500 square metres of vibrant greenery, colourful furniture, and some of the best cocktails you could ever hope to sample at this altitude. Oh, and day beds. We really can’t stress the day beds enough.
“Every time I go to shop in the city, I always pop into the Aviary Roof Top Bar for a drink and a snack. It is always abuzz with people and the casual vibe and atmosphere makes it a great escape from the shopping in the city. Great views, always sunny, large range of drinks to choose from which are reasonably priced considering its location. Bar/finger foods are great. Friendly & efficient staff.” – Kikininja
Nope! We’re not coming down yet. We rather like it up here, so our final entry takes us to the summit of The Reveley. This particular rooftop bar boasts utterly stunning views of both the city and the water, not to mention top-quality seafood (siracha prawns, anyone?). The staff are laid back and wonderfully friendly, and anywhere that serves frosé is definitely worthy of a mention.
This lot should keep you busy until autumn! Why not rate and review them after you’ve checked them out?