Try Traditional Italian pastries. Their signature dish is "Corica's Apple Strudel" it's a must! Make this a Saturday morning date idea and add coffee - yu-um! 106 Aberdeen St, Northbridge
Lily's Restaurant - head there for wood fired pizza. Wed nights = pizza and wine for $15 per person, Wed also free trivia night.
Laugh Resort Comedy Club - Every Wednesday at the Brass Monkey - tix are $12.
Get fish and chips and watch the sunset from Cottesloe Beach.
Ride the Munda Biddi Bike Trail - it can have you riding for 7 days! 332km long! Of course you don't have to ride the entire thing.
Check out the Federation Walkway - the famous treetop walk.
Hike the Bibbulmun Track - or really just part of it. It's a 963km track from Kalamunda to Albany.
Yanchep National Park Crystal Cave Tours - It's about an hour's drive north from Perth - cost you $10 each for entry. You want to book ahead.
Visit Swan Bells - great views and the history of the bells are amazing too - there is actually an art to bell ringing.
Visit Western Australia's Caversham Wildlife Park. See and play with native animals and Australian Koalas and Kangaroos. Students will get in for $14 each - adults are going to break the $30 Budget.
The Fremantle Prison has loads of tours - check out the Great Escapes or Doing Time tours. A perfect date for teens - it breaks the $30 budget for adults, but only be a little. Other tours are available.
A Day In Pompoeii - truly amazing exhibition! It costs $20 each - which takes you over but its worth it!!! This exhibition leave Perth on 5th of September. A great date idea for teens!
Western Australian Museum - so many exhibits to see! Immerse yourself in arts, history and culture.
If your date is into slippery and slithery things they'll love the Armadale Reptile Centre - get up close and personal with over 200 reptiles.
Check out the exhibitions and whats going on at the Fremantle Arts Centre. Admission is free. Some concerts and attractions may cost you cash.
Ride on Perth's 50 metre high Ferris Wheel. Located in Barrack Square
Get outside and watch a game of Roller Derby! Perth has its own team! Check it out!
The Maze - it's awesome - with so many things to do - timber maze, disc golf, mini golf, Kangaroos and Koalas - and giant chess! It kinda breaks the budget for Adults. Concessions will just scrape you through.
Play Mini Golf at Wanneroo Botanical Gardens. Some months they even run night mini golf.
Take a guided tour of the Perth Mint (one of the world's oldest Mints still in operation) Take a tour and you'll get to see a gold pour. Check their website for tour times.
Discover the Gravity Centre. Explore the exhibits via a self guided tour or participate with a guided tour.
Picnic at Burswood Park - grab a picnic blanket and buy some antipasto and drinks at a deli and stuff yourselves with fine foods. Burswood Park has a free guided tour of WA's unique flora and fauna.
Hit it! Grab your date and make your way to the Burswood Public Golf Course driving range. You'll be able to hire some clubs - grab a driver, 3 iron and 7 iron and whack away. It's laid back, relaxing and fun.
Drive to the Darling Ranges and visit the Kalamunda Farmers Market - stalls offer meat, chutneys, seafood, honey, Hills orchard fruit, vegetables, flowers, lobsters, plants, teas and organic bread
Chocolate Jewel - 2 choc pancakes topped with whipped cream, vanilla ice-cream and showered with grated chocolate. Eat it, love it, enjoy it. Pancakes and Grill on James
Dinner Picnic with Indian food. Head over to Royal India on Hay Street and grab their take away. Head over to the Kings Park Botanical Garden and enjoy a summer evening dinner picnic. You could even squeeze in a bottle of wine.
Captain Munchies has BIG burgers - grab a couple (2 beach street, Fremantle) and feast by Swan River.
The Darling ranges surrounding Perth have amazing views of the city and the stars, grab a bottle of wine and some cheeses. A blanket could lead to a lovely night.....
Moonlight movies at kings park