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What’s On In Perth: 1st-15th April

What’s On In Perth: Ridiculous Obstacle Challenge

What's On In Perth Have you ever watched one of those extreme game shows that have contestants run ridiculous obstacle courses and thought to yourself “I can do better than that”. Well the time has come to put your money where your mouth is because Ridiculous Obstacle Challenge (R.O.C.) is coming to Perth. The 5 kilometre long course features infamous hazards such as the wrecking ball, the sweeper, jump balls and the world’s largest inflatable water slide. Whether you’re a track star or a couch potato this event is sure to be a blast. This event sold out in Sydney so get in fast. When: April 3.
 Where: Gloucester Park.
 Tickets: From $83. 
Parking: Available at a fee. More information:

What’s On In Perth: Subiaco Art and Eats Walking Tour

What's On In Perth Good news! You’ve survived another soul crushing work week! Time to reward yourself and there is no better way to do so than with one of Eat the Street’s fabulous dining experience. Intrepid diners will be toured around the streets of Subiaco soaking up the rich culture and history while stopping in at four local restaurants for great food and drink. Whether you use it as an excuse to catch up with friends or as an opportunity to make some new ones, there are plenty of good times to be had here. When: Every Friday through April, 5:30pm-9:00pm. 
Where: Eat The Street Walking Tours, West Leederville Train Station, Perth. 
Tickets: $65. Parking: Parking available nearby. More information:

What’s On In Perth: Black Sabbath – The End Farewell Tour 2016

What's On In Perth The masters of metal ‘Black Sabbath’ have returned to Australia for what will be their final round the world tour. It will not be a quiet goodbye however as they slam out the heavy metal hits that have earned them the reputation of metal’s founding fathers. Featuring original members Ozzy Osbourne, Tony Iommi and Geezer Butler this is the last chance you’ll get to don your black eyeliner and sing a long with this legendary group until your lungs are sore. When: April 15. Where: Perth Arena. 
 Tickets: From $125.
 Parking: Available at a fee. More information:

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