- Published: Wednesday, 05 December 2012 12:32
- Written by Nita Teoh
The Perth Walkabout Monthly Wrap is published at the start of each month to provide a snapshot of articles that hit the headlines in the last 4 weeks.
Here is Perth Walkabout's Monthly Wrap for the month of November:
This month’s video takes us on a whirlwind tour of some of the interesting aspects of the Perth City’s urban and natural landscape.
We start off with a bird’s eye view from Kings Park. Kings Park is the largest inner city park in the world and with over 400 hectares of parklands to wander through, there is something to enjoy for everyone.
The Deepavali “festival of lights” is a celebration of life, positivity, hope and energy that lasts for five days. It is an important festival celebrated by the Indian community in Australia and by many of our Asian neighbour countries such as Malaysia, Singapore, and India.
The Swan Festival of Lights was held on the 9th to 13th November. Stay tuned for next year’s event to be held sometime in November 2013.
The golden glow of the lights in the foyer of the State Theatre Centre of WA in Perth beckoned last night as my better half and I looked forward to attending the performance of Managing Carmen co-produced by Black Swan Theatre Company and the Queensland Theatre Company.
The Beaufort Street Festival was held on the 17th November 2012. Stay tuned for next year’s event to be held sometime in November 2013.
In this article, I would like to share my time spent studying in Australia from the perspective of an international student. By sharing my experience, I hope this encourages students who have been contemplating studying in Australia to give it a go.
Perth offers a plenitude of family friendly restaurants that superbly cater for the family market. Here’s a list of some top restaurants and cafes in Perth for you to enjoy family dining.
With so much wide open space, a balmy climate, and a culture of outdoor living, the Western Australian capital of Perth is a wonderful place for a family holiday. Freedom is the key when travelling with children, so find yourself self-catering accommodation and don’t tie yourself too rigidly to an agenda. Perth is so laid-back that it’s easy to just go with the flow. Here are some suggestions for things to do in Perth for kids:
The festive season is always a good time for stage plays, but this time Just Improvise, the theatre sports group, in conjunction with The Australian New Zealand Impro Collective, have outdone themselves.
They have come up with a brilliant twist to their upcoming production called Impro Unwrapped which will be performed on the 9th December.
Stay tuned to Perth Walkabout to explore our beautiful city of Perth.
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