Home' Scoop : Scoop 52 Winter 2010 Contents OXFORD STREET, LEEDERVILLE: Bars, cafes, restaurants, gift shops,
boutiques, character, charm... what more could you want?
BEAUFORT STREET, HIGHGATE: Lined with top quality restaurants and
bars, this street is just getting better and better. Is it getting longer too?
SOUTH TERRACE, FREMANTLE: This was the street that showed us how
to do it, when it first put on its glad rags to welcome the Americas Cup
sailors back in the 80s. Still lookin' good.
HAY STREET, WEST PERTH AND ROKEBY ROAD, SUBIACO. From West
Perth, which pumps with a lunch-time crowd, Hay Street glides down into
Subiaco past some of the city's most popular nightspots and up to Rokeby
Road, home to strip shopping at its best.
BAY VIEW TERRACE/ST QUENTIN AVENUE, CLAREMONT: Traditional
territory of Perth's beautiful people and beautiful shops. Right at the moment
this area is politely asking us to look the other way while it changes. The
new Claremont Quarter will bring big changes to these streets but expect
it to retain its traditional elegant ambience.
NAPOLEON STREET, COTTESLOE: Cottesloe's community hub. A
charming little street with a variety of boutiques and cafes.
HAMPDEN ROAD, NEDLANDS: Cafes, boutiques, offices. A great
student vibe and the most cluttered antique shop you will ever find.
WRAY AVENUE, FREMANTLE: This great little street -- featuring
the much-acclaimed Wild Poppy Cafe -- is powered by women, who
apparently run every shop.
WARATAH AVENUE, DALKEITH: Long a favourite with the locals,
Nedlands Council has big plans for this area.
GLYDE STREET, MOSMAN PARK: Transforming shabby into
eclectic, artistic and stylish.
FLORA TERRACE, NORTH BEACH: A growing collection of
great eating choices.
CLAREMONT CRESCENT AND RAILWAY STREETS, SWANBOURNE:
Pretty much everything you need is here, from a garden shop and
bookshop to fine-wine store, cafes, groceries, butcher...
EIGHTH AVE, MAYLANDS: Suburban strip shopping combined with a
few tasty treats. This area is growing very fast.
HAYNES STREET, KALMUNDA: Community centre that is enhanced
by regular markets that are held nearby.
PRESTON STREET, COMO: A busy little suburban hub centred on
a great old Art Deco cinema.
NICHOLSON ROAD, SHENTON PARK: It seems there is more and
more on offer here, every time we drive through.
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