Subiaco is an inner-western suburb of Perth, WA, about 3.5km from the CBD in the local government area of the City of Subiaco.
Subiaco is one of Perth’s most stylish and cosmopolitan suburbs and is home to several chic apartments and office buildings, as well as the famous Colonnade designer shopping complex. Subiaco’s streets hold a wealth of beautifully restored homes which reflect the city's working-class roots. Residential areas include Subi Centro, a modern housing development with Subiaco railway station nearby, and older heritage properties towards Shenton Park. Kings Park is within walking distance.
There are excellent pubs, bars, nightclubs, cafes restaurants and weekend markets at the Subiaco Pavilion. The cuisine ranges from innovative local dishes in the major restaurants through Asian and European cafes and restaurants, to fast food chains.
Landmarks include Subiaco Oval, Mueller Park, the Regal Theatre, the Subiaco Hotel, and the Victorian Terraces on Catherine Street and Subi Centro.
Major hospital facilities include St John of God Hospital, Princess Margaret Hospital for Children and King Edward Memorial Hospital for Women.
School facilities include Subiaco Primary School and Perth Modern School, renowned as the oldest government school as well as the only academically selective school in WA.
Subiaco is well serviced by train and bus.