What to do in Perth? Part I / My Aussie Vacation

It has been 2 weeks since we arrived in Perth. It’s so good to be back in summery Australia. We have literally more friends here at the moment than in Estonia and Finland together. Love seeing them all!

We bought ourselves a little cheap car to drive around Perth and we have been to many places already in and around the city. Last Friday we also celebrated Australia Day with our friends. Trying to make the most out of our holidays in here.

Fremantle Markets

Busy indoor market dating to 1897 with stalls selling food, local produce, clothes & handicrafts. Runs on the weekends only. Always good to go back there! Love that place. Such a good vibe.

The best healthy ice-cream in town!


Always something happening in this suburb! Northbridge is full of cool little shops, boutiques, cafes, lounges, clubs and restaurants. Excellent nightlife. It’s really close to the heart of Perth and everything you desire is within a walking distance.

With just 2 dollars, you might see some naked girls doing something “sexy” through a tiny window for a very short period of time. This is very popular place in Northbridge among tourists.

Little Bird Cafe in Northbridge. I had a green brekkie bowl, salted caramel bliss ball and a coffee with almond milk. They have so many healthy breakfast options available! Totally recommend!

I found the best little beauty shop in Northbridge, Generics Urban Apothecary! It is full of everything you need to look feminine inside out. A wide range of toxin-free beauty products, soy candles that you want to literally eat, health foods and drinks (beauty starts within), gorgeous clothes etc.

Kombucha! Because digestion is the number ONE thing you want to take care of and improve if you want to feel healthy and fit and look beautiful! This is something I am constantly working on lately and really interested to learn more and more about!

Ahhh…crystals, I love them.

Everything looks so beautiful.

Australia Day the official national day of Australia. Celebrated annually on 26 January, it marks the anniversary of the 1788 arrival of the First Fleet of British ships at Port Jackson, New South Wales and the raising of the Flag of Great Britain at Sydney Cove by Governor Arthur Phillip.

Whole Australia is celebrating! This is a much bigger event here than the New Year’s Eve.

Picnic with the family

Langley Park in Perth was full of people! All waiting for one of the biggest fireworks in Australia as soon as the sun goes down.

Fireworks were absolutely amazing and lasted for 30 minutes!


..has one of my favourite health cafes in Perth! Nature’s Harvest. Have a healthy brekkie here before you go to the beautiful Cottesloe beach nearby.

Healthy buckwheat and oat pancakes with fruits and berries. Fresh orange juice for Liis and a vegetable juice for me. Yum!

Just look at these treats at Nature’s Harvest! LOVE


Located just 45 minutes south of Perth. It offers beautiful beaches, parks and many cool water sports and activities.

Rockingham beach
Cape Peron Point

Going to do part II, when I have visited King’s Park, Rottnest Island, Perth City Centrum and some other cool places. We are also planning our trip to Margaret River in few weeks.

Until next blog post!


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