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Whether you live, work or play in Subiaco, you will find this vibrant inner-city suburb bursting with fashion, food and entertainment. Subi's residents enjoy a mix of the old and the new contrasting between restored federation houses and the new Centro redevelopment. The suburb has been compared to Melbourne's revered Chapel Street, for its "street-side style".

Subi's Rokeby Road boasts Perth's best strip shopping, complemented by the vibrant Hay Street shops. Browse through Subi Centro and The Colonnade shopping centre, where you'll find leading designer labels from Australia and the world's greatest fashion houses.
From traditional to contemporary and fusion, tantalising fare from around the globe can be savoured right here in the heart of Subi. Add fine wine, sublime desserts and robust coffee and you have a complete dining experience on par with the best in the world. Why would you go anywhere else?
Subi's Amenities

Subiaco is easily accessible from Perth CBD and situated on the edge of Kings Park. With more than 70 designer fashion stores, 50 cafes and restaurants, 15 homewares stores, 15 health and beauty outlets, 8 jewellery stores and 7 bookstores, it's no wonder Subiaco is a shopper's paradise.

To add a touch of chic to your home and kitchen, pop into specialist stores such as The Essential Ingredient, Kitchen Witch and Crave. Or for a more laid-back shopping experience, stop at The Subiaco Pavillion or Station Street markets, where you'll spend hours intrigued by a diverse range of people, shops and market-like atmosphere.

The Subiaco Theatre Centre, the performing home to Barking Gecko Theatre Company adds to the cultured air. For those wanting to catch the latest Hollywood blockbuster, Ace Cinemas just down the road covers most genres.

Think Subi and you will most likely think of that imposing piece of architecture - Subiaco Oval. What started as the home to West Australian Football League's Subiaco Lions has emerged as one of the country's leading sporting stadiums. Subiaco Oval has hosted a National Soccer League grand final, the 2003 Rugby World Cup, and not to mention countless Western Derbies fiercely contested between the West Coast Eagles and cross town rival, the Fremantle Dockers.

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