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Subiaco is a vibrant, eclectic suburb that blends bustling cafes, with designer clothing boutiques, homeward stores, art galleries, farmers markets and some of the city's most convivial bars and restaurants.
Close proximity to Perth’s CBD and King’s Park, pretty Federation style homes, tree-lined streets, lively nightlife and urban lifestyle combine to make Subiaco one of Perth’s most desirable districts. Subiaco’s housing options vary with older heritage cottages to the south, interspersed with modern, eco-friendly family homes and tasteful renovations, while Subi Centro in the north offers contemporary homes in an award winning modern development.
Bounded by West Perth, Shenton Park, and Wembley, Subiaco’s young professional family demographic and a profusion of cafes, restaurants, and boutiques, manages to preserve a low-key community feel, and picturesque appeal.
Hay Street cleverly blends a shopper’s heaven, with a stylish, community feel. Here you’ll find the latest designer outfit or, strolling down a backstreet, you’ll find a chic modern café or art gallery. Subiaco is simply a cosmopolitan culinary delight. Residents support a range of eateries, with Subiaco’s streets lined with tempting options for every budget and taste.
The Subiaco Farmer’s Market comes alive each Saturday morning where the vibe is reminiscent of a French street scene. Families and dogs jostle and laugh whilst live music plays in the background and the smell of crepes and coffee tantalize the senses. Get down early as specialty foods, including gluten-free bread and cakes, and additive-free preserves and produce, all sell out quickly.
There’s no shortage of green parklands, playgrounds and community facilities, helping to attract young families into the area.
The cottage is also close to several of Perth’s major hospital and health facilities including Sir Charles Gardiner Hospital, St John of God Hospital, the Children’s Hospital and King Edward Memorial Hospital.