The long-awaited Yagan Square opened this weekend showcasing some of Western Australia’s finest local produce and of course our world-famous Azure Perth Skies. Yagan Square is the latest of a string of fantastic new Perth Developements helping to rejuvenate the City of Perth.

Situated in the heart of Perth and forming the connection between Perth and Northbridge, Yagan Square has been hailed as a “meeting place”; a place for West Australians and visitors alike to meet and experience  WA’s heritage and landscape. The Square was carefully thought out to be a place to relax and enjoy rather than a thoroughfare to walk quickly through.

Yagan Square offers a range of fantastic experiences with something to please everyone – from the Market Hall, cafes to green spaces and wildflower gardens, to a children’s play space and engaging public art.

Eating & Drinking

With 26 food vendors to choose from, you can sample some of the best Western Australian produce as well as the international fare in the Market Hall or Horseshoe Lane. From Margaret River cheeses and fresh WA seafood to Peruvian sandwiches and sizzling Japanese street food, there is something to tempt your palate.

Things To Do

Head to one of the Square’s outdoor spaces and enjoy cultural programs, digital art and light shows on the Digital Tower and canopies.  There is a beautiful green space featuring some of the original flora that would have grown in the area hundreds of years ago. The Children’s playspace is another great addition. 



This is is one of the city’s most exciting redevelopments. The MRA project will reconnect the CBD with Northbridge for the first time in more than 100 years.

The area, once just a network of bus and train connections, will become an exciting new destination with residential, shops, restaurants, offices and more.

This is a $1.4 billion project, delivering a mix of apartments and retail offerings that bring a fresh focus on sleek inner city design with a Northbridge feel at ground level. Numerous food and entertainment options are being considered, including a potential expansion of Perth’s Chinatown into the Perth City Link site, with outdoor eating and small bars opening onto the Milligan Plaza and into the extension of King Street.

A 250 room Dorsett hotel and Perth Arena will bring more than 1 million visitors each year to the area, adding to the lifestyle and vibrancy for residents.

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