14 February. That's your deadline for organising something amazing this Valentine's Day. But if you haven't sorted yours out yet we have a few ideas up our sleeve that are everything from local delights to touristic experiences. Because sometimes it's nice pretending to be a tourist in your own city.
Here are our top picks of activities that were perfectly made for two on and around Valentine's Day.
Restaurant packages to book for Valentine's Day in Perth
The Meat and Wine Co: 3-course steakhouse dinner with wine for 2 from RedBalloon
Indulge yourselves with mouth-watering steak paired with a glass of wine at The Meat and Wine Co. With the restaurant known as the producers of some of Australia's finest Angus, a dining experience is a must-have. Other complimentary dishes include salad, chips and more.
The George: 3-course dinner with sparkling wine for 2 from RedBalloon
Spend the night out on the town, savouring mouthwatering European cuisine at The George. Remind them to bring their full stomach as it's a full three-course meal complete with a glass of sparkling wine you're signing them up to. Cheers.
Leeuwin Estate at Margaret River: 7-course lunch with wine tour and tastings from RedBalloon
We love a good day trip out to the wineries and so should you (and your sweetheart). Not only is it a beautiful day out, but you'll feel like you've been whisked far off away without actually having to venture too far from home. Make organising easy on yourself and book this lunch and tour tasting which will fill your day nicely.
If your loved one has a sweet tooth, they're going to love the fact that you took them here. It's an indulgent afternoon of sweet and savoury treats, including French macarons, apple cider scones and petit open sandwiches. And yes, there's bubbly involved, too.
Hotel packages to book for Valentine's Day in Perth
Luxurious romantic stay in a Regency Suite with canapés and breakfast from RedBalloon
Live the life by staying at a stunning 5-star hotel. Enjoy full buffet breakfast, bottle of wine upon arrival, evening drinks and more. Nearby areas include Perth Zoo, Cottlesoe Beach, Rottnest Island, Fremantle and Kings Park Botanical Gardens.
Stephanie Yip is the travel editor at Finder and has been writing about travel and lifestyle for over a decade. She has written for Travel Weekly, Escape, Showpo, The Nibbler and Hostelworld. She was also the editor of kids magazine DMAG. Stephanie has a Bachelor of Communications from the University of Technology Sydney and has visited 55 countries (and counting).
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