28 Romantic Ways to Celebrate Valentine’s Day in Perth
Information verified correct on March 27th, 2017
With its public art, small bars, enviable coffee culture and natural wonders, the cultural hub that is Perth is fast securing its spot in the hearts of Valentine's Day and holiday-makers.
Perth might be one of the most isolated city in the world and the population is still small for a capital city - flirting just shy of the two-million mark - but its wealth of activities coupled with its air of tranquillity is the ideal formula for fun and romance.
And let's not forget, when in Perth you're pretty much guaranteed sunshine for your whole stay.
11 romantic things to do in Perth on Valentines Day or date-night
11 other things to do in Perth on Valentines Day
Watch the sunset from Perth's pristine beaches while snuggled into one another's arms as you witness the sun kiss the horizon.
Wander through Perth's laneways and streets in search of the ultimate small bar for a cosy beverage or two.
Enjoy a lunch cruise down the Swan River: Doubling down doesn't get easier than this. Secure your seat for a magical afternoon of culinary delights and city sights.
Tandem skydive over Perth: Stop procrastinating and skydive over your city with your loved one beside you.
Take a day trip to Rottnest Island: Spend a whole day exploring pristine bays, snorkelling in clear waters, and walking along secluded beaches.
Have a picnic in King's Park: Simply enjoy each other's company in the sunshine. Pack a romantic picnic meal, lay down the picnic rug and the perfect Valentine's Day is complete.
Go star gazing: Perth Observatory is one of the oldest, continuously operating observatory in Australia. If the sky is clear this will set the scene for an evening of sweet romance.
Be kids in Adventure World: We had to throw a fun one in there, because the IS nothing better than reliving your childhood with your best friend.
Take a romantic walk on the beach: It's a cliche, but it is very much romantic. Cottlesloe is a constant fave for the locals and tourists.
Drive the wine region: Hire a car and drive into the sunset. Well, not literally. It's more like drive south toward Margaret River or Busselton. Take the long, scenic coastline way and really make a trip of it.
Historical surroundings meets Hollywood glamour at 1907. Previously a rag factory, this 100 year old building has since been turned into a glamorous affair with luxury dining.
The fare is of the highest quality, with much of the produce sourced from their very own farm (yes, the restaurant has it's own farm!) and as for presentation? Well, we think the picture speaks for itself. Absolutely divine.
In 2017, Valentine's Day was be met with a $160pp degustation menu.
Those with a passion for economically sustainable food will fall in love with Co-op Dining. As always, this is a one-in-a-lifetime experience, so it's best paired with your best mate (aka your soul mate).
The food is wildly foraged from Western Australia and is either organic or biodynamic and the venture makes its own dairy products (from that sustainable produce).
The plates run many with your choice of 5 or 10 course delights and the wine flows from the best in local and up-and-coming producers.
Celebrate Valentine's Day with one of the most passionate cultures in the world: the Italians.
This casual diner has been serving up plates of mama's finest since 2005 and doesn't look to be slowing down anytime soon. It's simple, it's honest, it's rustic and it's made with love. Yeah, we said it. Because it's true.
In 2017, as a special treat V-Day was marked with a set 3-course menu with complimentary side of 6-course degustation.
If you're in need of more inspiration for romantic ways to celebrate Valentine's Day in Melbourne, have a hunt around our current deals and see if anything takes your fancy. If nothing else, a stroll along the Yarra with an ice cream in hand will do the trick. The choice, friend, is up to you.
finder.com.au is one of Australia's leading comparison websites. We compare from a wide set of major banks, insurers and product issuers.
finder.com.au has access to track details from the product issuers listed on our sites. Although we provide information on the products offered by a wide range of issuers, we don't cover every available product. You should consider whether the products featured on our site are appropriate for your needs and seek independent advice if you have any questions.
The identification of a group of products, as 'Top' or 'Best' is a reflection of user preferences based on current website data. On a regular basis, analytics drive the creation of a list of popular products. Where these products are grouped, they appear in no particular order.
Where our site links to particular products or displays 'Go to site' buttons, we may receive a commission, referral fee or payment.
We try to take an open and transparent approach and provide a broad based comparison service. However, you should be aware that while we are an independently owned service, our comparison service does not include all providers or all products available in the market.
Some product issuers may provide products or offer services through multiple brands, associated companies or different labelling arrangements. This can make it difficult for consumers to compare alternatives or identify the companies behind the products. However, we aim to provide information to enable consumers to understand these issues.
Providing or obtaining an estimated insurance quote through us does not guarantee you can get the insurance. Acceptance by insurance companies is based on things like occupation, health and lifestyle. By providing you with the ability to apply for a credit card or loan we are not guaranteeing that your application will be approved. Your application for credit products is subject to the Provider's terms and conditions as well as their application and lending criteria.