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A day out in Claremont

Story: A day out in Claremont
Episode: 1
Presenter: Nikki Parkinson
Air Date: 11th February

Nikki’s day out in the town centre is just a shower of shopping, entertainment and dining options!

  • Start the day with some shopping in Claremont Quarter, where you can find some of Australia’s finest designer brand stores, like Camilla.
  • The CAMILLA label launched at Australian Fashion Week in 2004, with a runway show that was designed to disrupt the industry, and since then has evolved into a global print house and luxury brand with collections now sold in 55 countries across the globe.
  • The Town Centre has great boutique retailers and shopping opportunities located outside Claremont Quarter in the Town Centre. In particular, the Old Theatre Lane and Bay View terrace, or Avion Way and St Quentin’s Avenue are prolific to Claremont!
  • The Public Art Trail work that is located in the Town Centre, littered with local artworks, including Taking Boats out of the Ocean by Kyle Hughes-Odgers (mural) located in the Gugeri Street Car Park, Oh La La by Coral Lawry (Sculpture) located on the corner of Bay View Terrace & St Quentin’s Ave Walt Drabble and Local Flora By Dipesh Prasad (Peche) located at the rear of Walt Drabble Lane.
  • End the day with a bite to eat and drink at Typical Artisan Roasters. One of Perth's foodie hot spots, Typika offers up an inventive and epic all-day menu—think crispy fried chicken with guacamole, spiced beef benedict, and black sticky rice with mango and coconut yoghurt. Coffee is at the heart of this Claremont cafe and Perth folk are travelling from afar to get their mits on a cup of the good stuff.

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