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The arcade brings us back in time and further into a world of magic. Just by walking down the arcade, we stopped for the attractive displays and of course souvenirs. However, the main purpose of our visit was to see the Tournament of Armored Knight...More
What a lovely arcade. Last here fifteen years ago. Apart from different shops, it's as lovely as ever. So well maintained and looked after. Pleasant cafes, and when we were there, not too many people. A pleasant stroll, well worth doing. The views from the...More
This place is more Harry Potter than London! Mixed with small tourist shops, coffee shops and specialist shops its worth a walk through just to say you’ve done it but don’t expect to spend long here..
We stopped for a coffee and a cake to...More
I stumbled on London Court a few years ago on my first trip to Perth. It has an eclectic mix of little shops and business, from cafes / coffee shops through to clothing, money exchange, Australian gifts, barber shops and jewelry shops. Even if you...More
Its very small and goes from one street to the next there is gift shops clothes and jewlery .if you go into the arcade theres a shop called Cheap and it is new clothes my husband bought a denim Jacket $18 great Their is a...More
There are a lot of shops in London Court but I would not recommend anyone to buy anything from there as there are a lot of fake goods and the shop keepers there like to cheat people. Always asks for a receipt or docket especially...More
Stumbled on to this by chance, great place to take a walk, refreshingly different form a normal shopping mall. It has a distinctive mock-Tudor/Elizabethan façade and architectural features and runs from Hay St Mall to St Georges Terraces.
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No charge, in fact the tourist sheep should be paid to enter, after all, the money shearing experience is almost painless.....!. A useful short cut between St. George's Terrace and Hay Street if you can keep your eyes off... More
No charge, in fact the tourist sheep should be paid to enter, after all, the money shearing experience is almost painless.....!. A useful short cut between St. George's Terrace and Hay Street if you can keep your eyes off the tacky and expensive "Tourist "shops.