Mocktails and birria by the beach
The summer season of the Scarborough Sunset Markets is back for 2021, and this time there’s a mocktail bar by Hippie Kombucha. The beachside market has over 50 food options to choose from, including Gnocchi Gnocchi Boys, Rohu Bure ice cream and birria, or dipping tacos, from Don Birria. The mocktail bar will pour low-sugar and non-alcoholic beverages such as Strawberry Fields, which is made with cold pressed strawberries, lemons, apples, cranberries and rose kombucha. The market runs every Thursday night from 5pm until 9pm on The Esplanade. Entry is free.

Pina Colada slushies
Perth loves a Sunday sesh and so does Neon Palms. The tropical-inspired Northbridge bar has launched a new Sunday session from 12pm until 6pm, complete with a slushy machine and freshly blended Pina Coladas. The kitchen will be firing up the grill for share plates of chargrilled lamb, pulled pork, flame-grilled chicken, tortillas and more. There are also tap beers and wines by the glass. No bookings are required and entry is free (and Hawaiian shirts are encouraged).

High cheese
La Vie Champagne Lounge at Crown has designed a high tea targeted at cheese lovers. La Vie’s High Cheese is a celebration of cheese and champagne, with four tiers of sweet and savoury cheesey bites to share. There’s baked camembert, brie, apricot tarts, cannolis and more. The tower of cheese is teamed with a glass of Moët & Chandon Impérial Champagne, or you can order a tasting paddle of Chandon Brut, Moët & Chandon Impérial Rosé, Ruinart Blanc de Blanc and Veuve Clicquot Rich. Prices start from $40 per person and bookings are a must.

Bubbles and yoga
The recently opened Folk & Merchant in Doubleview and Wildflower Yoga Collective are joining forces for an equally nourishing and indulgent pre-Christmas Sunday session. Festive Flow & Graze is an afternoon of yoga, prosecco, grazing boards and live music in the Folk & Merchant courtyard. The two-hour session starts with a glass of bubbles on arrival, then an hour yoga class, so you can sip then stretch. After, guests can enjoy flowing prosecco, a grazing board and live music. Festive Flow & Graze is running on Sunday November 28 and Sunday December 12 from 4.30pm until 6.30pm. Tickets are $75 per person and available here.

Tea time
The State Buildings has launched the Thomas River edition of its Como The Treasury afternoon tea. Over the next three years, there will be 12 distinct menus rolling out that highlight local produce. The new Thomas River edition features Kununurra mangoes, Shark Bay crab, Bahen & Co chocolate from Margaret River, Borrello Ricotta Cheese from Oakford, Mt Barker chicken, and strawberries from Kien’s Strawberry Farm in Gnangara all served with a choice of Teassential tea or Mano Mano filter coffee. It's held in the renovated Cape Arid Rooms (previously the Treasury Bar and Lounge) and available Wednesday through to Sunday from 12pm until 5pm.