Culture, Creativity, Emergance

Northbridge is undergoing a revitalisation and has become a real favourite of ours over recent years. We spend a lot of time here.

Northbridge is a vibrant destination for entertainment, arts, culture and dining and has a cool, urban feel to it.

The William Street precinct is a standout hub of independents; featuring unique retailers, restaurants, small bars and galleries.

If you want to feel like you’re on the pulse of creativity, Northbridge is the place.


The Perth City Link is a significant redevelopment project underway, which will see the link between Northbridge and Perth City for the first time in 100 years.

This exciting new development will improve access to the CBD and further cultivate the lifestyle benefits of Northbridge and Perth City alike.

Northbridge offers a culturally rich and diverse lifestyle, which of itself is a huge draw card for many. For those who want a bit of everything, you’ll find it here.

Being walking distance to everything you need means living is effortless here. Northbridge also benefits from being a stones throw to Perth City, Highgate and Mount Lawley, so access to these precincts is a breeze.

There is a nice diversity of residents in this area and it proves to be popular with younger people, professionals and creative types.

Apartment living is the predominant offering in Northbridge and these are typically small to medium density apartment developments. Northbridge also offers some unique housing options on the peripheral, for those wanting the lifestyle, but with larger accommodation.


Strolling down William Street, the cuisine choices, the arts festivals, the Perth Cultural Centre, perusing the galleries, the rich and diverse culture, the pop-up stores.

Renowned as a destination for it’s food, Northbridge has a dining experience for every palette, with an array of classic European and Asian restaurants, quality pub fare, and hip modern cuisine to choose from.

William Street is a winner here with its growing number of cool cafes and restaurants.

James Street, Lake Street and China Town also offer some fantastic options.

For a late night meal, you can’t beat China Town off Roe Street.


Bivouac, Little Willy’s, Tuck Shop Cafe, PICA Bar + Café, Frisk Small Bar, La Cholita, Dough Pizza, The Moon.

Northbridge is the place to be if you’re after a night out on the town.

Small bars, live venues, pubs and nightclubs – it’s all here for the taking.

The only limitation will be your own imagination.


Mechanics Institute, The Bird, Ezra Pound, Frisk Small Bar, 399 Bar, Pica Bar + Cafe. 


Northbridge offers an array of options when it comes to the arts.

William Street is lined with galleries and the Northbridge Piazza and Perth Cultural Centre are meccas of creativity and action. The weekends are vibrant around these parts creating a fun and dynamic atmosphere.

Northbridge is also home to wonderful arts and cultural festivals throughout the year adding to the vibrancy of this buzzing destination.

The Fringe World Festival and Perth International Arts Festival over the Summer months are standout events and certainly worth checking out.


Outre Gallery, KURB Gallery, PICA, Perth Cultural Centre, Western Australian Museum (Perth), Art Gallery of Western Australia (Perth), State Theatre Centre (Perth).

Northbridge’s retail scene has evolved over recent years to become a little mecca of independent boutiques, op-shops, specialty stores, gifts, galleries and pop-up shops.

You’ll find great fashion in Northbridge, from Australian designers to cool international street wear. There’s a definite a fashion scene developing here.

For lovers of vintage, Northbridge is the place. Vintage furniture and collectibles, vinyl records and op-shops. It’s all here.

Strolling down William Street of a weekend is highly recommended.


StreetX, William Top, The Butcher Shop, Scrapstore, Generics Accessories, Noise Pollution Records, Turnstyle, Periscope, Tu Clothing, New Edition Bookshop.

Northbridge offers a range of options when it comes to beauty and health.

You only need to stroll down William Street and you’ll spot hair salons, barber shops and nail salons, all of which generally operate on a ‘drop in’ basis, which is great for those on the run.

Northbridge is also home to some fantastic Chinese massage salons, so you can grab a bite, have a coffee, and get some reflexology whilst you’re at it.


Traditional Chinese Massage salons, walk-in barber shops.