The Rose and Crown Hotel


What better time to drop into Perth’s best beer garden than now with Spring in the air, and warmish sunny days? Well that is what we thought, so off we went – it helps it is only a couple of hundred metres away, too. We found a comfortable spot at ...

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The Federal Hotel


The Federal Hotel in Fremantle first opened in 1887; for the past 20 years or so it has operated as Rosie O’Grady’s until new owners took over, closed it down for renovations and re-opened this year reverting to the original name. We were ...

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The Stirling Arms


Looking out the window at the rain returning with a vengeance today it seems somewhat unreal that we recently sat outside in the sunny courtyard of the Stirling Arms hotel partaking of a spot of lunch. The Stirling Arms sits nicely in Guildford, a ...

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Boab Tavern


We have found the Boab to be one of the better taverns in close proximity to us; modern design, clean, airy and well lit; pretty good for watching sport too, with a number of large screens around the place – we were there for lunch this week but ...

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Subiaco Hotel


The Subiaco keeps on kicking goals with its food and continues as one of Perth’s best pub restaurants. Our recent visit underlined just how good it can be – with the menu a world away from the usual pub grub scene and a well put together wine an ...

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The Guildford Hotel


After eight years the Guildford Hotel re-opened last week; and hasn’t it been popular? Packed houses from the opening and unless you get along early enough very hard to grab yourself a seat – but all so worth it. We got along on the afternoon ...

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Woodbridge Tavern


Around us in Guildford we are blessed to have four (now that the Guildford has re-opened) pubs of different styles and offerings within a short walk - the Woodbridge Hotel (the Woody), a Federation style place in East Street Guildford is a local ...

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The Globe Hotel


I had been reading of the imminent gala opening, or perhaps, better, the re-opening of the Globe Hotel in Wellington Street but unhappily no invitation arrived for the day in question, so a couple of days later Lady FWO and I trained in, crossed the ...

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Inglewood Hotel


The Inglewood, an elegant building dating from 1936, has an inviting outdoor area as well as impressive bars inside – including one of the best sports bars around the traps which becomes very crowded and energetic during footy matches. Never fear, ...

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7th Avenue


7th Avenue in Midland retains its popularity – it is a pub pure and simple and prides itself on good service at affordable prices and that is exactly what we found. We dropped by after a Midlandia show down the road on a pretty hot evening, so ...

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