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30 November 2016
 
Welcome to the City of Subiaco's monthly business e-newsletter. Keep up to date with the latest business news on the City of Subiaco website and via the See Subiaco social media channels on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter
 

Subi sparkles this summer 
After work drinks, the work lunches or just a jaunt-down-the-street will be brighter and sparklier this summer with the addition of our festive decorations on Rokeby.

Enjoy the ambience while lounging on the newly built alfresco areas outside the Subiaco Hotel, Funtastico and the soon-to-be-opened Mr Gills.  

Last Thursday, we kicked off the festive season with the Subiaco Night of Lights street party.  Were you there?  Was your business open or closed on the night?  Can we do things better next time?  Let us know.  See Subiaco holds events like this to benefit business traders and the wider community, so we'd appreciate any feedback that helps us improve. 

 

The Subi gift guide
Did you forget the workplace Secret Santa?  Need to send a package to Mum/Dad/Aunt Helen or your bestie overseas?  Don't worry, we have a great Subi Christmas gift guide that allows you to duck down the street and straight to the (post) office in under half an hour.  Christmas shopping?  Sorted!


Lifestyle
1) Christopher Vine Design Paradiso plate.  Dallimores, 173 Rokeby Road.

2) Design your own mug. Coral's Inspiration gift Shop, 83 Rokeby Road.

3) Bottle Grinder Blues salt and pepper grinders.  Table Culture, 126 Rokeby Road.

4) Assorted Redecker cleaning tools. Ricarda, 399 Hay Street.

5) Bolster bed.  Mog & Bone, 419 Hay Street.


Women
1) Leather Personal Planner.  kikki.K, 17-31 Rokeby Road.

2) Najo 'AliBaba' Necklace. Kul Kul, 435 Hay Street.

3) Assorted Diptyque candles and perfumes. Mecca Cosmetica, 5/13 Rokeby Road.

4) Chalice clothing knit and sandals. Both from Frame, 433 Hay Street.

5) State of Escape Freestyle bag.  Ricarda, 399 Hay Street.


Men
1) Bellroy super slim phone pouch. Devlins, 411 Hay Street.

2) Sports Massage Voucher.  Subiaco Sports Massage Clinic, 415 Rokeby Road.

3) Gazman shirt. Gazman, 7 Rokeby Road.

4) Cedrat skin and body products for men. L'OCCITANE, 97 Rokeby Road

5) Ted Baker cufflinks. Forrest Menswear, 421 Hay Street.

6) Hibiki 17 year and assorted premium whiskeys.  Cellarbrations Subiaco, Shop 3, 531 Hay Street.


Kids
1) iloveminti animal superhero
clothing.  Spoilt at Subi, Shop 4/20-38
Subiaco Square Road. 

2) Animal planters. Spoilt at Subi,
Shop 4/20-38 Subiaco Square Road.

3) Assorted kids books. Dymocks, 169/165
Rokeby Road.

4) Sebra pull-along crochet elephant, Table Culture, 126 Rokeby Road.

5) Foxy girls bike.  Toyworld , 3/1
Seddon Street.

 

Opening night invitation 
Subiaco Museum is launching a new exhibition which tracks changes on Rokeby Road during the tram era. Trams and Trade: Rokeby Road 1900 – 1958 features historic images of Subiaco’s business district, video footage of the last tram through Subaico and fascinating information about business and trade along the high street.
 
You’re invited to the exhibition opening night celebration on Monday 5 December. Join us for refreshments and a light supper at this special launch event where you’ll hear about the lifespan of the Perth tramlines, followed by a sneak peek at the new exhibition.
 
Catch glimpses of Rokeby’s past as she grows and matures from a simple thoroughfare to the spine of Subiaco. 

RSVP to opening night here
 
Trams and Trade: Rokeby Road 1900 – 1958 opens at Subiaco Museum from Tuesday 6 December.
 
For exhibition information and opening hours, visit www.subiaco.wa.gov.au/museum



It's your city, your plan and your future
In 2011, the City of Subiaco launched Think2030, the largest community visioning project the city has ever undertaken. With 29 000 ideas received, the city’s Strategic Community Plan was created which establishing a vision for the city and determining community aspirations for the future of Subiaco.
 
To ensure that your priorities and ambitions for the city remain relevant and accurate, we are reviewing the plan and want to know what you value, whether it's a sense of community, parks and open spaces, events and public art, or the built environment, effective and integrated transport, and council leadership.
 
Whether you work, live or play in and around Subiaco, we want to know the direction you would like the city to take over the next ten years.  You play a critical role in the future of your city.

Complete the survey at www.think2030.com.au to make your mark on Subiaco - there is also the chance to win some great prizes. 

 
New kids on the block
More and more businesses are discovering the benefits of working in Subi with its leafy streets and parks; accessible amenities such as supermarkets and chemists; and a wide range of food options and retail outlets.  With plenty of heritage and modern office options for every type of business, we're welcoming some great additions to the neighbourhood.

Little Cultures 

Do you appreciate food that is filling, healthy and delicious?  Make Little Cultures your pop-in lunch stop.  

Customers can purchase artisanal yoghurt and frozen yoghurt creations from a menu, featuring combos such as pineapple with toasted coconut or the more adventurous figs, walnuts and chia seeds.  Or for the ultimate way to cool down this summer, try the teppanyaki fro-yo - fresh fruit smashed into yoghurt, frozen on the spot for your tasting pleasure.

Image: Little Cultures, Subiaco



Lotterywest

Lotterywest will relocate to new premises based at 38 Station Street, Subiaco, towards the end of 2016.

The Station Street headquarters will offer a customer-focused business environment that provides excellent access and egress for customers via its central location, ample parking and convenient public transport.

Lotterywest CEO Paul Andrew said “We are pleased to have secured a location and building that meets our business needs and is accessible for all our customers, including lottery winners, grant applicants, retailers and business partners.”
 
Image: Lotterywest


Rice Baby
Rice Baby is bringing a new casual dining experience to Subiaco, serving modern Asian cuisine and a delicious drinks menu.

Rice Baby is sitting pretty in the spot that was once the Oriel Cafe and Subi Doo in Subiaco. The space is looking better than ever — light, bright and full of greenery — but it's the modern Asian eats and amazing drinks that have got us hooked. Rice Baby is located on 483 Hay Street, Subiaco.

Image: Rice Baby, Roast Duck Bao with Pickled Vegetables

 


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