East Perth, Burswood

Bordering opposite sides of the Swan River are the inner eastern suburbs of East Perth and Burswood.

East Perth has grown in popularity immensely over the last ten years, due to its inner city appeal, relaxed lifestyle, family friendly nature, proximity to the Swan River and growing number of cafes, restaurants and amenities in the area.

Directly across the river, Burswood has also become a popular destination in recent years with the development of various luxury apartment buildings and the reinvigoration of Crown Perth.

Redevelopment East Perth’s 40-hectare Riverside redevelopment project on the banks of the Swan River, will transform the eastern gateway into the city and create a vibrant new destination for the people of Perth and visitors to the city.

East Perth’s Powerstation project, with the Power Station building as its heart, is poised for new life. The vision is to transform the former industrial site into a vibrant waterfront destination and a community with a mix of living, working and leisure opportunities.

East Perth provides a very convenient way of life, as it borders the Perth CBD and is therefore considered an inner city area. The Swan River also acts as a definite draw card here, as residents get the best of both worlds – the city and the river at your doorstep.

Highlights include Terrace Road; with a superb choice of resort style apartment developments with sought after views of the Swan River, Langley Park and the city, and of course the beautiful Claisebrook Village precinct; with its array of eateries, bars and recreational spots.

Burswood provides a unique lifestyle option, with its enclave of luxury apartment buildings looking back at the Perth CBD and within close proximity to Crown Perth. The Perth Airport is also conveniently accessible from both suburbs.


Breakfast at Toast, walking along the river at Claisebrook Cove, watching the Australia Day sky show overlooking Langley Park, champagne at La Vie followed by a decadent dinner at Bistro Guillaume at Crown Perth. 

There are some fabulous dining options to be found in East Perth and Burswood, now more than ever before.

Claisebrook Village in East Perth has well and truly established itself as a culinary destination with various options to choose from. Toast is a standout destination for all things coffee and breakfast and The Royal is a great place for quality “pub fare”.

For a real treat and exclusive night out, head to Restaurant Amuse, for one of Perth’s most incredible dining experiences.

For Burswood, you’ll find everything at Crown Perth. Housing some of the most famous names in restaurants (Nobu, Rockpool, Bistro Guillaume), you’ll be truly spoilt for choice.


Toast, The Royal, Perth City Farm, Restaurant Amuse, Nobu, Bistro Guillaume, Rockpool. 

The standout here would have to be Crown Perth. With a number of bars and nightclubs and a casino all under the one roof, it’s hard to look passed it.

If the casino isn’t you thing and you’re after a sophisticated drink with friends or clients, La Vie Champagne Lounge is the place to be. With an extensive list of champagnes to choose from, this is one of our favourite spots to relax and indulge.

The Merrywell offers something different and provides a pub atmosphere with a bit of polish. The food is great too!


The Royal, La Vie Champagne Lounge, The Merrywell. 

East Perth is home to some wonderful public art, which can be enjoyed any time of day either in your own time or via the public art walks.

The East Perth Public Art Walk is located around the stunning Claisebrook Cove. The talents of urban designers, landscape architects and artists are reflected in imaginative buildings, street furniture, landscape features and stand-alone works of art.

Langley Park is also often home to various shows throughout the year, most famous for showcasing Cirque Du Soleil.

Crown Perth is one of Perth’s go-to places for theatre shows, musicals and entertainment. In the warmer months, Movies by Burswood is great night out with family or friends.


Public Art at Claisebrook Cove, Crown Theatre, Movies by Burswood. 

One of the highlights for shopping in East Perth is the Perth City Farm Markets, held every Saturday. This vibrant marketplace attracts growers and producers who are organic, biodynamic or are passionate about ethical and sustainable produce. This is a great spot to grab a coffee and your fresh produce for the week.

You’ll also find an array little boutiques down Royal Street East Perth, purveying everything from flowers, beauty products to gifts.

For something a little different, The Perth Mint Australia located on Hay Street, has a range of bullion products, including gold and silver coins and bars. Where shopping meets investment!


Perth City Farm Markets.

Where do you start with beauty and health options in East Perth?

Keeping fit outdoors is easy with the Swan River at your doorstep. Locals and visitors alike flock to Claisebrook Cove and Riverside Drive to walk around the river or participate in group fitness sessions at Langley Park.

For those who want to venture a little further afield, you can hire bikes at About Bike Hire and cycle the “Bridges” circuit.

Royal Street offers several beauty options, with beauty salons and hair salons for those who wish to be pampered.

Or for a one stop shop and pure indulgence, head to Crown Perth for the ultimate in spa treatments, sun worshipping and fitness workouts, at the luxurious Isika Spa, Isika Head & Body Bar and Isika Fitness.


Isika at Crown Perth. PS Also check out the private poolside cabanas available to hire at The Enclave, poolside at Crown Metropol.