It’s snowing in London Court again (situated between Hay Street & St Georges Terrace, Perth). The timings are a bit different this year – they are doing it between 6pm – 7pm this Friday night (the 11th) & next (the 18th). It’s a big hit with the kids & looks quite realistic, the snow is actually small bubbles (safe for kiddies) that are fanned out of different machines throughout the lane way. Watching it fall against the Tudor style buildings is really special. If you haven’t heard of London Court I’ve included a little bit of info on it below:
Built in 1937 as a combination of residential and commercial premises for a wealthy gold miner and financier Claude de Bernales, Perth’s London Court is designed using the architectural features present in Elizabethan times.
London Court attracts local and international visitors with its friendly, inviting atmosphere and unique architectural style making it superbly different to the sky scrapers it is nestled under in the City of Perth.
The only walk in the world outside Britain that has captured a setting and atmosphere so similar to that of Tudor England, London Court is a retail walkway running between Hay Street Mall and St Georges Terrace in the heart of Perth.
Read more here.