The Night Noodle Markets at Elizabeth Quay continues to be a hit with Perth foodies with huge crowds drawn in over the weekend by the sensational delights on offer. Great weather and free entry has resulted in the markets filled to capacity as many vendors were overwhelmed with long queues and hungry customers.
Lucky Chan’s was one of many stalls with high demand and they put the call out for Squaddlers at 3:30pm on Saturday afternoon to help. Squaddler, Emily Shakeshaft, was quick to respond and on duty just 90 minutes later.
I was happy to help and when I saw the notification I responded straight away - Emily said
Emily working the counter at Lucky Chan’s
With more than 20 food stalls and some of the best Asian cuisine Perth can offer, the Noodle Markets will continue to run nightly until 2nd April. There is also free entertainment and a plethora of bars to compliment the food, ensuring the Night Markets will continue to attract big crowds.
Like Squaddle, the Night Markets are cashless this year, so bring your card and forget the change.
How to get there:
Elizabeth Quay is located on the edge of the picturesque Swan River, between Barrack and William streets in the heart of Perth.
Transperth operates regular ferry services between Elizabeth Quay Jetty and Mends Street Jetty (South Perth) all week.
Bus and Train
The Elizabeth Quay Train Station and Busport is located across the road from Elizabeth Quay and just 400m from Barrack Street Jetty. Exit the train station/busport on The Esplanade and walk east until you reach the quay.
Free CAT Bus
Take the free CAT bus right to Barrack Street Jetty’s front door. The blue CAT runs between Barrack Street Jetty (stop 18) and Northbridge all week.
You can find several paid parking bays at Barrack Street Jetty, which are available for up to three hours at a time. You can find longer parking options just a short distance away.