The Fringe Festival for 2015 is well underway and it is bigger and better than ever before. We took some pics around the Pleasure Garden, Urban Orchard and Rooftop Movies. FringeWorld is on until the 22nd of February so there is still plenty of time to get out and experience this yourself.
Western Australia has some of the best beaches in the world so we took some photos for our summer album. From white sand to aqua water and the sun setting into the sea we really do live in the most breathtaking place. Enjoy and happy summer!
This Christmas we are lucky enough to be celebrating in the Big Apple. Magical, cold and exciting. The lights and the buzz in this city are amazing. Enjoy our photo gallery….
Christmas lights are magical and excite the child inside us all. There is a street in Perth which takes the magic of the season to a whole new level, you really feel like you have stepped into a Christmas wonderland. Grab your children or grab your inner child and head out to this part of Perth this season…
Saturday the 15th of November was the Beaufort Street Festival. A festival of food, drinks, music, fashion, art, craft and local wares. The festival is in its 4th year and it keeps getting bigger, the estimated crowds for this year were 150 000. Have a look at our pics here. You may even see yourself in the crowd shots!
Kings Park is an amazing piece of land in the middle of Perth which is bigger than Central Park in New York. It offers locals and tourists a wonderful spot to meet friends or enjoy nature. Boasting large trees, flowers, rolling lawns and spectacular views of the city- Enjoy our spring shots of Kings Park.
This winter for the first time ever we had ice-skating in the Perth cultural centre for the first 2 weeks of July. It was a huge success and ended up booked out for all sessions. As a result Big Bang Productions and The Event Agency are bringing it back again next year!
As part of the Perth Comedy Festival ‘The Famous Sharron’ teamed up with renowned chef Sophie Budd of Taste Budds cooking school to present several nights of cooking, comedy and dinner for the lucky audiences.
The Comedy Festival this year starred local and international talent who made people laugh at many venues around Perth. The retro Mount Lawley Bowling Club played host to many of the comedians this year.
In March each year, Cottesloe Beach is home to Sculptures by the sea. It has been running for 10 years now and features over 70 artists. It is free to attend and the beautiful Indian Ocean provides the perfect backdrop for an art exhibition.