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What’s open in Perth right now?

Here's the rundown on shopping centres, restaurants, bars and attractions open for business in Perth during the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic.

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The Western Australian government has eased the state to Level 1 restrictions from 14 April 2022.

Before you head out in Perth, check out the list of places – including restaurants, attractions and parks – that have their doors open. Many have additional hygiene and safety measures too. You can do your part by social distancing and practising good hygiene when out and about.

What can I do now in Perth?

Note: Masks must be worn in all indoor public settings including children in Years 3-6 (exemptions permitted). Unless otherwise stated the 1 person per 2sqm rule and a 150 patron limit applies to venues.

  • Gather with people indoors (max. 10) and outdoors (no limits).
  • Go to a restaurant, cafe or bar, only seated food and beverage consumption is allowed.
  • Go to nightclubs, 2 square metre rule applies.
  • Attend weddings, funerals and places of worship. Dancefloors at weddings are permitted.
  • Work out at the gym, take outdoor recreation and fitness classes, use skate parks and playgrounds. There is no capacity limit for swimming pools and recreation centres.
  • Play community sport, no spectators are permitted except in outdoors venues where parents or guardians are allowed.
  • Visit a sport or entertainment venue (including cinemas, theatres and stadiums) with a 75% capacity limit.
  • Visit convention centres and function centres with no capacity limits but the 2 square metre rule applies.
  • Visit the Crown Casino, a 1 person per 2sqm rule applies, seated service only.
  • Visit residents in aged care and disability care facilities. You shouldn't visit if you've returned from overseas in the last 14 days, been a close contact of a COVID-19 case, not had a flu vaccination or have symptoms of COVID-19. Visitors may have 2 visitors per day.
  • Visiting hospitals is not allowed except for partners, parents, carers, birth partners or compassionate reasons.
  • Travel to most remote Aboriginal communities is still restricted.

Western Australia travel restrictions: Where can you now go?

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What's open in Perth?

For some inspiration, see our top recommendations for things to do in Perth.

Perth attractions open in June 2022

AttractionOpening hoursBook
The Aquarium of Western AustraliaOpen 9:30am - 3pm Monday to SundaySee deals
Bell TowerOpen 10am - 4pm Thursday to SundaySee deals
Optus StadiumOpen 7am - 3pm Monday to SundaySee deals
Rottnest IslandOpen (times depend on the booked tour)See deals
Fremantle Tourist WheelOpen 12pm - 9pm Monday to Friday and 10am-9pm Saturday to SundaySee deals
Perth MotorplexOpen 10am - 4pm Monday to FridaySee deals
Art Gallery of Western AustraliaOpen 10am - 5pm Wednesday to Monday
Perth ZooOpen 9am - 5pm Monday to Sunday
Western Australian MuseumOpen
Palace CinemasOpen (times depend on the show)
HoytsOpen (times depend on the show)

Walking trails, parks and beaches

There are plenty of open spaces including parks, beaches and walking trails in Perth where you can get a breath of fresh air. While outside, you should still adhere to social distancing rules when you're around anyone that doesn't live in your household. See here for the latest updates.

  • Claisebrook
  • Council House Gardens
  • Harold Boas Gardens
  • Heirisson Island
  • JH Abrahams Reserve
  • John Oldham Park
  • Kings Park
  • Lake Street Plateia
  • Langley Park
  • Mardalup Park
  • May Drive Parkland
  • Northbridge Piazza
  • Ozone Reserve
  • Point Fraser
  • Queens Gardens
  • Riverside and Crawley
  • Russell Square
  • Stirling Gardens
  • Supreme Court Gardens
  • Totterdell Park
  • Victoria Gardens
  • Wellington Square

Shopping centres, markets and grocery stores

Shopping centres and supermarkets are open and trading.

Shoppers are encouraged to use the tap and go payment method and to use the hand sanitiser that is likely to be found at the entry and exit point of a store.

  • Westfield. All Westfield shopping centres in Perth are open. Trading hours may vary between locations. Hand sanitiser is available at the concierge desk and increased cleaning measures have been implemented.
  • Forrest Chase. Open 9am-6pm from Monday to Thursday, 9am-9pm on Friday, 9am-5pm on Saturday and 11am-5pm on Sunday. Woolworths is open from 8am-9pm from Monday to Friday, 8am-5pm on Saturday and 11am-5pm on Sunday.
  • Carillon City. Open. Trading hours vary between stores.

Are hotels open in Perth?

Yes. You can book accommodation here. Social distancing and hygiene measures still apply.

Looking for Perth accommodation? These hotels are open and taking bookings right now.

What restaurants and cafes are open in Perth?

Restaurants and cafes in Perth can open for seated dining. They're also asking customers not to bring keep cups for takeaway coffee as a hygiene and safety precaution.

Here are some of our top picks for lunch in Perth:

Wine and Brewery Tour with Degustation Lunch
Wine and Brewery Tour with Degustation Lunch


Or our top picks for dinner if you prefer:

3 Course Steakhouse Dinner with Wine for 2
3 Course Steakhouse Dinner with Wine for 2


3 Course Dinner with Sparkling Wine for 2
3 Course Dinner with Sparkling Wine for 2


Other quick ways to save money

Spending some money in Perth? How about saving a little too? There are plenty of little changes that you can make to your daily expenses to save some extra cash, which is a pretty good idea in this time of uncertainty.

Find out how to save money on your car insurance in Perth or get better rates on your home loan. Here are some guides on how to save money on your everyday expenses.

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