Search

Perth a city on the move

Walk down many major city streets these days and there seems to be a renewed sense of vibrancy and excitement. This is particularly true of Perth, where once shady, unloved laneways are being brought back to life with fashionable new bars, restaurants and shops springing to life on an almost-weekly basis.

Login

(existing subscribers)

The password field is case sensitive.
Request new password

Sign up for free emails

Complete your details below to receive our twice-daily news emails and our BN Weekender.

CAPTCHA
Thanks! This question prevents spammers...
Image CAPTCHA
Enter the characters shown in the image.

Comments

Well said Paul. The CBD is evolving into a truly vibrant City and we all need to get out and support it. Costs to have a coffee on the terrace or a nice cold one n the laneway in the evening can be overcome one way or another...

Nedlands
I still find Perth a cold, lifeless, grubby, smelly, disorganised and grossly undeveloped city with an ad hoc approach to developement and needs new thinking and more receptive to other peoples ideas such as establishing multi developement around two water parks towards each end of the city. Also encouraging exciting new generation Commuter cars www.commutercars which is the answer to Perths congestion problems.

Add your comment

Gross lettable area

19th↓Kwinana Marketplace30,794
20th-Stockland Baldivis30,245
21st-Claremont Quarter30,185
22nd↑Armadale Central28,500
23rd↑Maddington Central27,517
160 shopping centres ranked by gross lettable area (gla) in m2

BNiQ Disclaimer