Perth’s Best Places to Celebrate Valentine’s Day (Not Just Dinner and Drinks)

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Perth’s Best Places to Celebrate Valentine’s Day (Not Just Dinner and Drinks)


Thinking of where to take your sweetheart (or best mate) on Valentine’s Day? Fortunately, there are plenty of places in town on the most romantic day of the year. Here are our picks for celebrating the occasion with those closest to you.

Fomo Kings Square Holey MoleyCamera IconFomo Kings Square Holey Moley Photo Credit: Jessica Wyld


Freo-siders will rejoice at the opening of the new Holey Moley, Strike and B. Lucky & Sons entertainment arcades at FOMO Kings Square.

A veritable playground for adults, this colourful hotspot is the perfect place if they love all things fun and games.

Officially opening on February 11, the site features design elements from 70s-inspired models for a retro resort vibe and features a ‘swim’ bar serving quirky cocktails.

We’ve heard that the Holey Moley space rivals any other space in the mini golf series, with novel holes including the Floor is Lava challenge.

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make a meal

Enjoy a culinary experience with a V-Day package at one of Perth’s best restaurants.

The newcomers to the TOMA neighborhood are offering chefs a rich experience including Shark Bay Scallops, Wagyu Scotch Fillets and Strawberry and Cream Bitter Chocolate Tart for $115+bf, while Hadiqa’s Moroccan feast includes freshly shucked oysters, Ceviche and Gem Saffron Rice $85 + BF. Both products are available on Friday and Saturday of the week.

In the Pan Pacific, Uma is celebrating “Dia del Amor” with four Peruvian dishes and Chi Chi Pisco cocktails on arrival ($118), and the neighbor’s Ten Acre Block offers plant-based products with a strawberry and basil mojito ($98) ). Add pairing wines to any option for $35.

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For those who love the finer things in life, The Fireplace Restaurant at The Ritz-Carlton will offer a five-course menu on Monday, starting with a snack on arrival and a glass of Moët & Chandon Grand Vintage. Food tours include Shark Bay Smoked Pink Snapper and Dry Aged Wakin Duck. Pre-orders are $215 with the option to add a pairing wine from Leewin Estate for $115.

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Moonlight Cinema has teamed up with witch matchmaking app Bumble for “Romantic Week” in the run-up to Valentine’s Day.

In the lush surroundings of Kings Park, grab a bucket of popcorn, pour a few glasses of red wine, and sink into a bean bag for a show that includes new releases and classic rom-coms.

Check out a full-fledged indie licorice pizza, sob along with a notebook, giggle in ignorance, or get caught up in period music Cyrano.

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hit the bullseye

Have you tried social darts?

If not, Valentine’s Day might be the perfect time to book an oche (play area) at Flight Club and try the bullseye.

The style of the Perth venue aims to replicate the charm of a retro playground, capitalising on the social dart phenomenon and a mouthwatering food and drink menu.

Book a Monday and quote “val day” to get a free trophy cocktail to share – romantic fun with friends or groups.

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Nedlands Wellness Centre Bodyscape is running specials for the duo during V Day Week 14-20 February.

Choose the massage and sauna package ($310 for two) for a 60-minute head-to-toe full-body massage, followed by a session in an infrared sauna, which is good for detoxification, relaxation and muscle repair.

Or, take a private yoga class at a traditional studio, followed by a sauna ($220 for two) for an in-depth practice.

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