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Pubs/Bars or Taverns near train stations Dec 2018 Update

Thanks all for you recent suggestions.
I've added most, although I'm trying to keep them within a 2km walk from the stations.
Keep your input coming, and I'll update later in 2019.
Happy Christmas drinking.
 
MIDLAND LINE
 
Perth
McIver – Badlands Bar
Claisebrook – The Royal On the Waterfront, Whipper Snapper Distillery, Bright Tank Brewing Co.
East Perth – (Just over 1km )The Brisbane Hotel, The Queens Tavern
Mt Lawley – Loads here around intersection of Beaufort St & Walcott St, West of Station
Maylands – The Peninsula Tavern, Henry on Eighth, Swallow Bar, Inglewood Hotel
Meltham – The Civic Hotel
Bayswater – Bayswater hotel (Is a hotel for staying at, but has a bar and Bistro attached)
Ashfield
Bassendean – The Bassendean Hotel, The Cork and Bottle
Success Hill
Guildford – The Guildford Hotel, The Rose and Crown, The Stirling Arms
East Guildford - The Woodbridge Hotel
Woodbridge
Midland – The 7th Ave, The Principal, The Grand Central Hotel, The Commercial Tavern
 
JOONDALUP LINE:
 
Elizabeth Quay - (Loads of Pubs) The Lucky Shag Bar is Popular
Perth Underground – (Loads of Pubs) The Aviary is just above
Leederville – Loads of Pubs but: Niche Bar, Nowhereman Brewing Company, The Garden
Glendalough – These 3 are all nearly 2km. Pirate Bar, O.P’s Tavern, The Paddington Ale House.
Stirling
Warwick – The Carine Glades Tavern
Greenwood – Greenwood Sports Bar
Whitfords – Kingsly Tavern
Edgewater
Joondalup – The Sovereign Arms
Currambine - Currambine Bar and Bistro
Clarkson – The Whale & Ale
Butler – The Cornerstone Ale House
 
ARMADALE LINE
 
Perth
McIver - Badlands Bar
Claisebrook - The Royal On the Waterfront, Five 6 Eight
Perth Stadium Station – The Camfield (Stadium Bar – station only used on Weekends and Event days).
Burswood – Empire Bar, Blasta Brewing Co, The Casino has bars
Victoria Park – Broken Hill Hotel, Dutch Trading Company, Victoria Park Hotel, Decanter
Carlisle – The Carlisle Hotel, Daddy Long Legs, The Precinct (Wine Bar)
Oats Street – The Balmoral Hotel, Franklins
Welshpool – The Bentley Hotel
Queens Park
Cannington
Thornlie – Langford Ale House
Beckenham
Kenwick
Maddington
Gosnells – Gosnells Hotel
Seaforth
Kelmscott
Challis
Sherwood
Armadale – The Dale Bar & Bistro, Ye Olde Narrogin Inne
 
FREMANTLE LINE:
 
Perth - Shy John Brewery & Yum Cha,
City West
West Leederville - J.B. O'Reilly's
Subiaco – The Vic, Refuge Small Bar, The Village Bar, The Stanley, Paddy Maguires
Daglish – Wembly Hotel
Shenton Park
Karrakatta
Loch Street
Claremont – Claremont Hotel
Swanbourne
Grant Street
Cottesloe – Albion Hotel
Mosman Park - Rodney's Bait and Tackle
Victoria Street
North Fremantle – Mojo’s Bar, Mrs Brown Bar, Piggy Food Co, Railway Hotel, Swan Hotel
Fremantle
 
MANDURAH LINE:
 
Perth Underground - (Loads of Pubs) The Aviary is just above
Elizabeth Quay - - (Loads of Pubs) The Lucky Shag Bar is Popular
Canning Bridge – The Raffles Hotel
Bull Creek
Murdoch – The Bull Creek Tavern, The Murdoch Guild Tavern
Cockburn Central – The Gate
Aubin Grove - The Quarie Bar & Brasserie,
Kwinana
Wellard – The Well Tavern
Rockingham - The Swinging Pig (about 2.4kms from station), The Nags Head Tavern, Cooloongup, The Sporting Globe Bar and Grill.
Warnbro
Mandurah – The Sporting Globe Bar and Grill
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Pubs/Bars or Taverns near train stations - update request

Been 8 months since I did this list of pubs/bars/taverns near to train stations.
Any new places opened/name changes, let me know and I will update. Regardless, it's good to make it visible again anyway for any new Perth Redditors
Think the rule was places has to be within 2km of the station:

MIDLAND LINE
Perth - Loads North or South of the Station, but The Globe is close.
McIver – Badlands Bar
Claisebrook – The Royal On the Waterfront, Zesto Cafe
East Perth – (Just over 1km )The Brisbane Hotel, The Queens Tavern
Mt Lawley – Loads here around intersection of Beaufort St & Walcott St, West of Station
Maylands – The Peninsula Tavern, Henry on Eighth, Swallow Bar, Miss Kittys Saloon,
Meltham – The Civic Hotel
Bayswater – Bayswater hotel (Is a hotel for staying at, but has a bar and Bistro attached)
Ashfield
Bassendean – The Bassendean Hotel, The Cork and Bottle
Success Hill
Guildford – The Guildford Hotel, The Rose and Crown, The Stirling Arms
East Guildford - The Woodbridge Hotel
Woodbridge
Midland – The 7th Ave, The Principal, The Grand Central Hotel, The Commercial Tavern
JOONDALUP LINE:
Elizabeth Quay - (Loads of Pubs) The Lucky Shag Bar is Popular
Perth Underground – (Loads of Pubs) The Aviary is just above
Leederville – Loads of Pubs but Niche Bar & Fibber Mcgees are Closest
Glendalough – These 4 are all nearly 2km. Pirate Bar, O.P’s Tavern, The Paddington Ale House, Herdsman Lake Tavern
Stirling - Botanica Bar & Bistro, The Saint George Hotel
Warwick – The Carine Glades Tavern, The Greenwood Hotel
Greenwood – Greenwood Sports Bar
Whitfords – The Kingsly Tavern
Edgewater
Joondalup – The Sovereign Arms, Paddy Malones
Currambine - Currambine Bar and Bistro
Clarkson
Butler – The Cornerstone Ale House
ARMADALE LINE
Perth - Loads North or South of the Station, but The Globe is close.
McIver - Badlands Bar
Claisebrook - The Royal On the Waterfront, Zesto Cafe
Perth Stadium Station – The Camfield (Stadium Bar – station only used on event days).
Burswood – Empire Bar, Blasta Brewing Co, The Casino has bars
Victoria Park – Broken Hill Hotel
Carlisle – The Carlisle Hotel
Oats Street – The Balmoral Hotel (1.6km)
Welshpool – The Bentley Hotel
Queens Park
Cannington
Thornlie
Beckenham
Kenwick
Maddington
Gosnells – Gosnells Hotel
Seaforth
Kelmscott
Challis
Sherwood
Armadale
FREMANTLE LINE:
Perth - Loads North or South of the Station, but The Globe is close.
City West - Amphoras Bar, Black Tom's
West Leederville - J.B. O'Reilly's
Subiaco – The Vic, Refuge Small Bar, The Village Bar, Subiaco Hotel - Loads of bars here.
Daglish - Juanita's
Shenton Park - The Unicorn Bar
Karrakatta
Loch Street
Claremont – Claremont Hotel, Brooklyn Lounge
Swanbourne
Grant Street
Cottesloe – Albion Hotel, Ocean Beach Hotel (known as The OBH 1.5kms), Cottesloe Beach Hotel
Mosman Park - Rodney's Bait and Tackle
Victoria Street
North Fremantle – Mojo’s Bar, Mrs Brown Bar, Piggy Food Co
Fremantle - Loads here: National Hotel, Newport Hotel, Sail & Anchor, Little Creatures
MANDURAH LINE:
Perth Underground - (Loads of Pubs) The Aviary is just above
Elizabeth Quay - - (Loads of Pubs) The Lucky Shag Bar is Popular
Canning Bridge – The Raffles Hotel, Mount Henry Tavern
Bull Creek
Murdoch – The Bull Creek Tavern, The Murdoch Guild Tavern
Cockburn Central – The Gate
Aubin Grove - The Quarie Bar & Brasserie,
Kwinana
Wellard
Rockingham - The Swinging Pig (about 2.4kms from station)
Warnbro - Drop Inn (about 2.5km)
Mandurah
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Subreddit Stats: perth top posts from 2018-10-07 to 2019-10-06 03:02 PDT

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  1. 5128 points, 14 submissions: Agent641
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  2. 3404 points, 26 submissions: His_Holiness
    1. Cars could be banned from the heart of Northbridge on Friday and Saturday nights under a proposal from the City of Perth (246 points, 79 comments)
    2. The Court responds to calls to make the pub safer for gays by painting another rainbow (242 points, 144 comments)
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  3. 3086 points, 12 submissions: flippingtimmy
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    3. A young Numbat I met yesterday at Dryandra Woodlands. (425 points, 17 comments)
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    10. How good are the winter sunrises around Narrogin? (168 points, 6 comments)
  4. 2041 points, 13 submissions: Muslim_Wookie
    1. Nice one WAPOL (340 points, 27 comments)
    2. RESET THE COUNTER, THE BRIDGE HAS BEEN HIT AGAIN. I REPEAT, THE BRIDGE HAS BEEN HIT AGAIN (263 points, 111 comments)
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    4. Not strictly Perth related, but shout out to our Indian and Pakistani residents, hope things calm down and your families are safe and sound. (201 points, 74 comments)
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    8. Hey I dunno if anyone has noticed but holy shit is today a beautiful day out or what?!! (110 points, 61 comments)
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  5. 1870 points, 9 submissions: Aussierob78
    1. Good morning folks! Whatever you have planned, have a great weekend! (366 points, 25 comments)
    2. Hyde Park is looking amazing, so many autumn colours! (349 points, 23 comments)
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    8. Good morning! Looks like awesome weather this weekend. What have you got planned? (88 points, 40 comments)
    9. Historic Perth Post #3 - Possibly St Georges Terrace (63 points, 12 comments)
  6. 1807 points, 7 submissions: warmind14
    1. Bluff Knoll goodness. A nice clear day for it 🤙 (511 points, 24 comments)
    2. Yesterday's eerie fog (340 points, 5 comments)
    3. Good luck getting this to happen in Perth, let alone Australia. (289 points, 65 comments)
    4. Some Swan River goodness this morning. (197 points, 10 comments)
    5. Windan Bridge this morning. Not a breath of wind. (180 points, 8 comments)
    6. Kitty Hawk-class aircraft carrier USS Constellation CV-64, turning around in the harbour at Fremantle, Australia.[1024 × 809] (162 points, 49 comments)
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  7. 1518 points, 1 submission: xSmartalec
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  8. 1425 points, 5 submissions: Kie723
    1. Perth right now (526 points, 27 comments)
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    4. Town of Cottesloe to ban smoking on all its beaches (230 points, 92 comments)
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  9. 1412 points, 3 submissions: Kiaora_Aotearoa
    1. Spotted today flying over Perth. (1009 points, 70 comments)
    2. So much better than a half empty ANZ Stadium. (300 points, 24 comments)
    3. The golden view of Perth from John Forrest National Park this afternoon. 8th May 2019 (103 points, 2 comments)
  10. 1362 points, 8 submissions: craigdurkeedurk
    1. Perth city from South Perth. Looking calm. (297 points, 9 comments)
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    3. Heading south at Easter. Good fucking luck. (257 points, 70 comments)
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    6. With all the shit weather I thought I'd post the Narrows Bridge as the sun was going down earlier in the week. Perthect 👍 (89 points, 6 comments)
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    8. Karratha turning it on as the sun sets. (75 points, 1 comment)
  11. 1346 points, 7 submissions: Jonsmith78
    1. Sign outside an IGA. This has to be intentional.. :-) (417 points, 34 comments)
    2. Shot of Perth I took recently while flying out - not bad from a camera phone, thought I'd share (294 points, 30 comments)
    3. Spotted on the Bibbulmun Track not far from Kalamunda (cos we're doing phallic looking things around Perth now... (218 points, 29 comments)
    4. Would be cheaper to burn antique furniture i reckon.. (136 points, 29 comments)
    5. Swan Valley Explorer bus announced - $20 per person (101 points, 27 comments)
    6. $2.99 pints (98 points, 51 comments)
    7. Matsos Mango Beer $6 a pint (82 points, 48 comments)
  12. 1338 points, 4 submissions: oooweeeee
    1. Cape Naturaliste last Monday evening. Spent an hour watching a pod of dolphins trying to tame the huge swell. Managed to catch this fella going for broke! (735 points, 33 comments)
    2. Mid-day yesterday at Meelup Beach, Dunsborough (292 points, 30 comments)
    3. I've been reminiscing on the past today, scrolling through the photo archives. Here is Scarborough Beach 19th May 2012. Pre foreshore development. (162 points, 4 comments)
    4. Let's go back to 2012 again, when I didn't care about the stock market! Scarborough Beach, 23rd May 2012 (149 points, 37 comments)
  13. 1315 points, 8 submissions: sgt_bbq
    1. Unvaccinated children to be banned from WA kindies, childcare centres in disease outbreaks (474 points, 96 comments)
    2. Missing 7yo boy found safe after being taken from Perth school (175 points, 44 comments)
    3. Perth commuters to test-drive new real-time Transperth bus-tracking app (174 points, 41 comments)
    4. Suspended Perth Lord Mayor Lisa Scaffidi to be stripped of $60,900 pay under new laws (154 points, 22 comments)
    5. Mt Lawley 'home invader' dies after being stabbed multiple times inside house (104 points, 161 comments)
    6. National Debt Helpline calls skyrocket in Western Australia amid epidemic of financial stress (93 points, 30 comments)
    7. The First Friday Fuckwits for 2019 (75 points, 199 comments)
    8. Kwinana Freeway crowned one of Australia's worst roads as Perth congestion set to increase (66 points, 131 comments)
  14. 1313 points, 3 submissions: theeocelotbabou
    1. Sunny Sundays in Perth (521 points, 62 comments)
    2. Not one of my best photos, but finally flew my drone at City Beach! (491 points, 43 comments)
    3. Elizabeth Quay Bridge, First Photo I've Taken In Perth At Night! (301 points, 26 comments)
  15. 1238 points, 6 submissions: Buford1991
    1. The radio stations in Perth should play more music in the morning instead of making up games and and stop with the fakes laughter. (484 points, 210 comments)
    2. Well I guess they’re not getting my vote. Any one else think this is a scam to have Australia pay for his problems? (212 points, 68 comments)
    3. Give blood (202 points, 165 comments)
    4. Off the Great Northern Hwy (175 points, 11 comments)
    5. Fun night with the family. Thanks to all who made it a safe and enjoyable night. (101 points, 10 comments)
    6. June 2019 (64 points, 2 comments)
  16. 1228 points, 7 submissions: Groovesaurus
    1. It was about time (424 points, 41 comments)
    2. Quenda at Victoria Gardens (249 points, 27 comments)
    3. What is this and why it lives in the same city where I decided to live? (134 points, 42 comments)
    4. Perth meet-up (120 points, 205 comments)
    5. Friday fuckwit (117 points, 271 comments)
    6. Do you believe in life after work? perth weekday meet-up (110 points, 144 comments)
    7. Friday fuckwits cunts dickeys idiots pigs bastards porcodio (74 points, 259 comments)
  17. 1215 points, 12 submissions: Kangaroobopper
    1. Perth's trial to switch off red turning lights at night abandoned due to spike in crashes (192 points, 154 comments)
    2. Crown casino's links to Asian organised crime exposed (141 points, 48 comments)
    3. Perth Modern School increasingly out of reach for disadvantaged gifted students, experts warn (136 points, 202 comments)
    4. Photographer viciously beaten with baseball bat in random attack at Perth national park (123 points, 47 comments)
    5. Government leans on Supreme Court to stop Nine News Perth story airing (95 points, 95 comments)
    6. Physically aggressive students attacking WA teachers on the rise (90 points, 82 comments)
    7. Trainee pilot makes emergency landing at Jandakot Airport after instructor blacks out (88 points, 34 comments)
    8. Retailers join union in calling for customer abuse of staff to stop (78 points, 42 comments)
    9. Automatic suspensions for students instigating or filming school violence (71 points, 41 comments)
    10. Bibra Lake turtles pushed to brink of extinction by hungry foxes and careless drivers (68 points, 19 comments)
  18. 1215 points, 3 submissions: psuedojon
    1. Say what you want about Perth, but after a long day, this is paradise (533 points, 25 comments)
    2. Stay classy Perth (355 points, 16 comments)
    3. Nothing like a morning swim (327 points, 44 comments)
  19. 1195 points, 9 submissions: Captain-Peacock
    1. !!! (255 points, 42 comments)
    2. HITECH WORLD Roe st Northbridge...1990s dystopia in broad daylight. (187 points, 102 comments)
    3. Water bombers filling up at Tom Bateman wetlands for Cannington fire. (185 points, 40 comments)
    4. There's always one rebel! (Neil Hawkins park) (133 points, 11 comments)
    5. Even with an unblemished record of hating on Halloween, i must admit these articulated pet skeletons are freaking cool! (123 points, 80 comments)
    6. Serpent does forward moonwalk, i go home to change jox (Yellagonga regional park, Lake Joondalup) (112 points, 54 comments)
    7. While you wait for the next Perth Now article...Have a South Mole sunset! (79 points, 6 comments)
    8. I see that sunrise/sets are now passe, but my mate asked me to post this shot he took at Joon ECU thismorning. (61 points, 3 comments)
    9. Attention macadamia nut/BDSM fans! Feel free to copy my moderately successful design (No patent pending) (60 points, 43 comments)
  20. 1177 points, 7 submissions: littleblackcat
    1. Amazing vibe at the Wallabies v All Blacks game tonight (277 points, 60 comments)
    2. Happy Father's Day Dads of /perth!! (202 points, 61 comments)
    3. Art Gallery of WA toilets: a review (172 points, 56 comments)
    4. I present you a double whammy of 2016 nostalgic times. (147 points, 74 comments)
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  21. 1145 points, 6 submissions: acres_at_ruin
    1. Sick of hearing businesses complaining about closing down. (442 points, 223 comments)
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    3. Night Noddle Markets this afternoon (188 points, 27 comments)
    4. 580 Hay Street office whiteboard asking the big questions. (122 points, 25 comments)
    5. Good advice generally really (115 points, 23 comments)
    6. Prince Lane 14/12 (75 points, 11 comments)
  22. 1144 points, 7 submissions: Midan71
    1. We are surely spoilt with our beaches. (302 points, 27 comments)
    2. Perth Today. (281 points, 25 comments)
    3. Look at these guys I saw chillin' on the grass. (166 points, 13 comments)
    4. Is this really necessary? (112 points, 34 comments)
    5. A picture I found in insta by Kaneatie.Photography. 😮 (111 points, 15 comments)
    6. Is it just me or has it been been humid the past few days? (104 points, 55 comments)
    7. What exactly happened on the Joondalup Line this morning? (68 points, 35 comments)
  23. 1091 points, 2 submissions: keepshootingfilm
    1. Found this amusing (709 points, 30 comments)
    2. Transperth ain’t so bad when this is the view (382 points, 59 comments)
  24. 1079 points, 2 submissions: michael14375
    1. Only this sub will know who this man is (931 points, 139 comments)
    2. Rolf Harris’s name got removed from the walk of fame at Hillary’s Boat Harbour. (148 points, 45 comments)
  25. 1072 points, 6 submissions: Chunkeeguy
    1. The eloquence of a retired West Aussie politician (440 points, 95 comments)
    2. Gender to stay on WA birth certificates (248 points, 190 comments)
    3. Morley-Ellenbrook Metronet route confirmed (141 points, 137 comments)
    4. Kings Park rapists Mohamad Al Maialy and Fahed Shgahy jailed for five years (89 points, 67 comments)
    5. Skybridge to link new rail station and Perth Airport (84 points, 29 comments)
    6. Calls for The Court Hotel to remove rainbow signage (70 points, 73 comments)
  26. 1028 points, 1 submission: Dannohuddo
    1. Classic (1028 points, 100 comments)
  27. 1013 points, 4 submissions: ayejay69
    1. Wes’ Straya’ (387 points, 57 comments)
    2. I’ve heard that W.A means wait awhile but this is taking the piss... (290 points, 85 comments)
    3. How can we be in a recession with such entrepreneurial spirit around? (270 points, 11 comments)
    4. A Rottnest island tattoo. Artist link in comments. (66 points, 20 comments)
  28. 971 points, 3 submissions: lawrencebillson
    1. Sunset over Perth, Western Australia (368 points, 20 comments)
    2. Sunset over East Perth, Western Australia (358 points, 9 comments)
    3. Sunset over Mt. Lawley (Perth), Western Australia (245 points, 19 comments)
  29. 970 points, 3 submissions: goat_on_boat
    1. Swan River (505 points, 25 comments)
    2. Autumn in Perth (271 points, 11 comments)
    3. Kings Park - 26th October 2018 (194 points, 7 comments)
  30. 960 points, 8 submissions: Aushiker
    1. WA unions vote to ban gas fracking | The West Australian (195 points, 38 comments)
    2. Perth's first ocean rubbish bin is sucking plenty of plastic out of the sea - ABC News (176 points, 31 comments)
    3. Hutt River micro-nation founder Prince Leonard dead aged 93 | PerthNow (169 points, 51 comments)
    4. Measles alert issued for Perth after man brings back case from Cambodia | Community News Group (111 points, 12 comments)
    5. WA man has his property seized because he refuses to pay $300,000 owing in rates - ABC News (Australian Broadcasting Corporation) (92 points, 75 comments)
    6. Perth still sucks at recycling: Annual report reveals 'long way to go' (86 points, 67 comments)
    7. Mount Lawley’s Stanbridges Hobby Shop to close after 70 years | PerthNow (70 points, 44 comments)
    8. Fly-through provides first look at new WA museum | PerthNow (61 points, 17 comments)
  31. 954 points, 2 submissions: MarsEquinox
    1. Good morning Perth. (514 points, 11 comments)
    2. So it's winter right? (440 points, 46 comments)
  32. 890 points, 2 submissions: BossMann12
    1. Protest moving up St Georges Terrace right now (496 points, 87 comments)
    2. Had to sit across from a Cereal Killer on the way to work this morning (394 points, 59 comments)
  33. 885 points, 4 submissions: toxpoint
    1. Amazing mural at Australia Place (350 points, 68 comments)
    2. The golden view of south Perth this morning. (301 points, 15 comments)
    3. This feels weird to say. But Kwinana is in the top post on the front page. (162 points, 20 comments)
    4. Shout out to Game City Espresso Bar (72 points, 21 comments)
  34. 869 points, 3 submissions: Slaadi
    1. The gang's all here for Australia Day (569 points, 30 comments)
    2. Decent sunset after the random lightning (193 points, 19 comments)
    3. Perth and its various lights (107 points, 6 comments)
  35. 830 points, 5 submissions: WestCoastSide
    1. Took this as I left Perth on my qantas flight this morning...love this City!!! (362 points, 81 comments)
    2. Perth looks good tonight (152 points, 14 comments)
    3. Love Adventure World, and after visiting today and riding all the rides, looked up online reviews - this would be a nightmare for me!!! (137 points, 21 comments)
    4. After a run around the bridges, Love this City ! 30/7/19 (113 points, 3 comments)
    5. My $8.50 pie from Perth Airport, washed it down with a $4.95 500ml Mt Franklin... (66 points, 59 comments)
  36. 818 points, 2 submissions: Sneakiest-turtle-eva
    1. This little guy popped up to say hello whilst fishing in Cockburn Sound (486 points, 31 comments)
    2. Just found this at my train station when I tagged on (332 points, 54 comments)

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Pubs, Bars or Taverns near Train Stations in Perth

So, the contributions have stopped coming in now.
Have had a lot of help, so thank you all very much.
Am gonna list all I have below.
If you have any more suggestions/comments, let me know, and I'll add them here.
Thanks all again - I hope people of Perth find this useful if they are planning any pub related activities around trains...
Overseas travelers reading this: Be advised that Australia often uses the work "Hotel" to describe a pub. You will likely find an old (For Perth) Hotel, which has been modernized, and no longer offers accommodation, just booze. Yeah - I don't understand it either...
So, without further ado:
 
MIDLAND LINE
Perth - Loads North or South of the Station, but The Globe is close.
McIver – Badlands Bar
Claisebrook – The Royal On the Waterfront, Zesto Cafe
East Perth – (Just over 1km )The Brisbane Hotel, The Queens Tavern
Mt Lawley – Loads here around intersection of Beaufort St & Walcott St, West of Station
Maylands – The Peninsula Tavern, Henry on Eighth, Swallow Bar, Miss Kittys Saloon,
Meltham – The Civic Hotel
Bayswater – Bayswater hotel (Is a hotel for staying at, but has a bar and Bistro attached)
Ashfield
Bassendean – The Bassendean Hotel, The Cork and Bottle
Success Hill
Guildford – The Guildford Hotel, The Rose and Crown, The Stirling Arms
East Guildford - The Woodbridge Hotel
Woodbridge
Midland – The 7th Ave, The Principal, The Grand Central Hotel, The Commercial Tavern
 
JOONDALUP LINE:
Elizabeth Quay - (Loads of Pubs) The Lucky Shag Bar is Popular
Perth Underground – (Loads of Pubs) The Aviary is just above
Leederville – Loads of Pubs but Niche Bar & Fibber Mcgees are Closest
Glendalough – These 4 are all nearly 2km. Pirate Bar, O.P’s Tavern, The Paddington Ale House, Herdsman Lake Tavern
Stirling - Botanica Bar & Bistro, The Saint George Hotel
Warwick – The Carine Glades Tavern, The Greenwood Hotel
Greenwood – Greenwood Sports Bar
Whitfords – The Kingsly Tavern
Edgewater
Joondalup – The Sovereign Arms, Paddy Malones
Currambine - Currambine Bar and Bistro
Clarkson
Butler – The Cornerstone Ale House
 
ARMADALE LINE
Perth - Loads North or South of the Station, but The Globe is close.
McIver - Badlands Bar
Claisebrook - The Royal On the Waterfront, Zesto Cafe
Perth Stadium Station – The Camfield (Stadium Bar – station only used on event days).
Burswood – Empire Bar, Blasta Brewing Co, The Casino has bars
Victoria Park – Broken Hill Hotel
Carlisle – The Carlisle Hotel
Oats Street – The Balmoral Hotel (1.6km)
Welshpool – The Bentley Hotel
Queens Park
Cannington
Thornlie
Beckenham
Kenwick
Maddington
Gosnells – Gosnells Hotel
Seaforth
Kelmscott
Challis
Sherwood
Armadale
 
FREMANTLE LINE:
Perth - Loads North or South of the Station, but The Globe is close.
City West - Amphoras Bar, Black Tom's
West Leederville - J.B. O'Reilly's
Subiaco – The Vic, Refuge Small Bar, The Village Bar, Subiaco Hotel - Loads of bars here.
Daglish - Juanita's
Shenton Park - The Unicorn Bar
Karrakatta
Loch Street
Claremont – Claremont Hotel, Brooklyn Lounge
Swanbourne
Grant Street
Cottesloe – Albion Hotel, Ocean Beach Hotel (known as The OBH 1.5kms), Cottesloe Beach Hotel
Mosman Park - Rodney's Bait and Tackle
Victoria Street
North Fremantle – Mojo’s Bar, Mrs Brown Bar, Piggy Food Co
Fremantle - Loads here: National Hotel, Newport Hotel, Sail & Anchor, Little Creatures
 
MANDURAH LINE:
Perth Underground - (Loads of Pubs) The Aviary is just above
Elizabeth Quay - - (Loads of Pubs) The Lucky Shag Bar is Popular
Canning Bridge – The Raffles Hotel, Mount Henry Tavern
Bull Creek
Murdoch – The Bull Creek Tavern, The Murdoch Guild Tavern
Cockburn Central – The Gate
Aubin Grove - The Quarie Bar & Brasserie,
Kwinana
Wellard
Rockingham - The Swinging Pig (about 2.4kms from station)
Warnbro - Drop Inn (about 2.5km)
Mandurah
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My paranoid schizophrenic episodes

Chapter 1
This is a true story.
I will begin this story in 2007, this is when I decided to join the Royal Australian Navy. I was 22yrs old and had been out of high school for 4 years with no real intent on going to university since I didn’t think it would necessarily make me successful. I been doing odd jobs like a pizza driver which I had to hold for a year because I originally applied for the Air Force but was rejected due to not holding a steady job which showed a lack of commitment, therefore after a year as a pizza driver a joined the Navy since a few of my friends had joined and said it was an easy ride. So there I was on the bus to Cerberus.
I had to go into the city to get a bus with everyone else down to Cerberus despite living only 20 minutes from the base. Cerberus is the main Navy training base in Cribpoint, Victoria where all the new recruits from around Australia end up. As recruit school came to an end after 11 weeks I had to wait for the next graduating class for a month before I was posted to Sydney to start my course as a Combat Systems Operator. That’s when my life took a big turning point. I was attending early morning activity where we were asked to lift weights and run them over to the training ground, I started to feel a sharp pain in my back, after a while I had to stop running and asked to go to the hospital. Limping over I barely made it when in the hospital my back started to spasm with pain. I had an L5 disc prolapse and could not walk for 2 days and was in the hospital for 10 days. I was happy to finally leave the hospital at which point they told me not to sit down or stand up for too long so I proceeded straight to the casino to play poker.
Upon arriving at HMAS Watson in Sydney I was informed by the doc that I wouldn’t be posting to a ship anytime soon as my back injury was holding me back. HMAS Watson is a beautiful base where people from the public would actually get married in the church on base. I enjoyed the CSO course and was top of the class but I couldn’t keep out of trouble. I push my luck one night when I got drunk on base and end up in a fight with another trainee. I was suspended with pay for 6 months and returned to Melbourne where I had to report to Cerberus 3 times a week. They sent me a letter explaining that my service would be terminated but I could write in a response with a reason why I should stay. I decided that since I wouldn’t be posting to a ship I decided to leave. Psychologists would later say that my actions in the Navy were early signs of schizophrenia.
Back in Melbourne and looking for a job a decided to get a job where my back wouldn’t stop me from working so I started working at a call center selling electricity over the phone. Not a very nice job but it paid for my apartment and beer which is all I really needed. 1 year in the job and I had been promoted a number of times to quality controller and then campaign manager. During this time my schizophrenia started to take hold. When I get schizophrenic I start to think I’m under surveillance and also think “I’m the only one in existence”, as a secret agent, I can do whatever I feel like doing without any consequences. So I stole 52 credit card numbers with there cvv numbers from work for later use. I knew that if I used the cards that the people would get their money back because if they report their cards stolen the bank gives them back their money while they investigate, so I was really robbing the bank. The campaign I was managing was the Insulation scheme and the Home sustainability campaign. The government was giving away free insulation worth $1600 to every household and free home assessments that are both meant to help tackle climate change by reducing the carbon footprint of each house. The whole campaign collapsed overnight when a number of people had been killed by fires that had started from dodgy insulation installers. That’s when I decided to start my own company. I knew a few old clients that were not that happy with my current company so I called them up and told them I was starting my own and would they like to be a client. I got a few that said yes and with one offering $5000 cash to startup I knew this was the time. I flew to Sydney and picked up the cash like something from the movies and on the way to my hotel I saw the guy that I had got into a fight with from the Navy and thought if I didn’t have $5k in my bag I would throw you in the river but lucky I had the cash. After bathing in the money I made my way back to Melbourne got my friends together and started up on Little Collins Street in the CBD. After 3 months of running home sustainable services, I flew back to Sydney to set-up a new center with a client. Half-way through setting up my friend and I decided to drive back to Melbourne because we had things to do, we hired a rent-a-bomb car, the old cars that you’re not meant to drive out of the city, we decided to take it to Melbourne from Sydney. We picked up a hitchhiker who had lost his license drink driving and at that point, I decided to let Finbar drive. Finbar hadn’t driven a car in 10 years when he had his learners as he has been using public transport for most of his life but I didn’t think much could go wrong. Well. The hitchhiker was so afraid of Finbars driving he asked to be let out at the next stop in the middle of nowhere. Upon letting the guy out Finbar then for some reason accidentally decided to plant his foot down on the accelerator while in neutral with me yelling at him to take his foot of and him looking around in confusion it was all pretty funny. By the time we had got to Melbourne the car was overheated and smoke was coming out of the engine. We just managed to get it into a train carpark before it died for good. The car company called me up asking if I needed another day and I explained what had happened and they then asked for $5000 by the end of the business day for the car. The car wasn’t worth $500 so $5000 they were dreaming. We borrowed the client's credit card to hire a nice new car to drive back up to Sydney and along the way when we collided with a truck tire at 110km/h that was in the middle of the road. The car slightly damaged we arrived at which point we were locked out of the office because we hadn’t paid back the debt we owed to them. So it was back to Melbourne again. When I flew back to Melbourne the company had no campaigns to go on so I had to close it down. I then applied for Centrelink and had to move into a backpacker as that’s all I good afford. Centrelink, however, wouldn’t pay me for 1 month because I had previously run my own company and they had to make sure I had no money. This only led to one thing. Crime. I went to coles online shopping and bought roast lamb, bourbon, wines, and anything I felt like with the stolen credit card numbers. I had it all delivered to the door. I needed to convert this into cash somehow so I bought items like police scanners and surveillance equipment which I later sold at cash converters. The lawyers would later argue I was highly paranoid hence the equipment. I then decided to fly to Perth to visit my mate. So I called up Virgin Blue and gave the credit card over the phone while I was at the airport and bought the next flight out of Melbourne. I guess it didn’t matter the card had a different name than my name since I flew under my real name. In Perth, I knew I could sneak into an Army barracks that were used by all three services without anyone noticing so I did. I walked in through the side gate and slept in the barracks for a week. There were 3 big 2 story blocks that were mostly empty and a few rooms that were unlocked. I ordered pizza over the phone again with the cards just down the road. I then decided it was time to leave and head back to the Airport so I walked into town and asked to take a car for a test drive from a local dealer, I drove the car back onto the base and loaded up the car with my luggage and that’s when the fuel run out. So what did I do? I walk over to the fuel pump on the base of course and asked to use a petrol can to fill up my ride. That’s when I bumped into a very switched on army officer who asked me a hundred questions at a time. He told me to just go and wait in the blocks while we find out where I’m from. I could have made a dash for it but being a 35-degree day I just thought fuck it. The officer came in and said “You’re not going anywhere till you tell me who you are and what you’re doing”, I told them straight up, I was on base because I didn’t want to pay for accommodation and I’m really cheap, they called the cops and then we both started having a laugh about the lack of security around the place. I was charged with trespassing and got a $150 fine. The car was picked up by the owner and I flow back to Melbourne again with stolen credit cards.
When I arrived back in Melbourne Centrelink finally decided to pay up and I then took myself straight to the police station and handed over the credit card numbers at which point the policeman looked at me and said: “why are you handing yourself in?” Well, my belief that I was part of ASIO and untouchable made me feel like I wouldn’t really get in any trouble, and I also wanted to make sure the people that I had stolen from got their money back from the banks.
I had an initial interview with the detective and he informed me it would take some time to investigate what I bought on what cards so I didn’t attend court for about 6 months time. In the meantime, I was staying at backpackers meeting loads of people from around the world and then I met Alex. This guy was wearing the Navy running shorts like a typical wanker. He had just gotten out of the Navy and looking for a new goal in life as well. We became good mates talking about all the crap you get up to in the Navy. We ended up going out most nights using the free drink cards that you can get at the backpackers to get shit faced. With the money I had saved, I decided to buy a van so I could sleep in the back and not have to pay for accommodation. I parked the car in the open carpark next to Urban central backpacker right under the highway. It was ok besides the car getting broken into nearly every week but I really had nothing worth stealing. My mate and I were out on the town pissing up spending all our money at the casino and strippers and then decided it would be a great idea to break into a storage facility and see what we could get. We drove out there and we were so drunk we were on the site for 40 mins before the cops finally came to arrest us. My mate gave up but I started running for it. I made it about 300 meters before being surrounded. Yet another pending court appearance. You would think I would learn by now to stop doing crime but the type of schizophrenia that I have just says “Do whatever the fuck you like”. And again I was about to. With all the stress of the pending court dates, I decided it would be a nice time for a good old road trip. I hired a Ford xr6 2010 model a nice car with plenty of space and cruise control I first was just going to hire the car for a day when I said to myself “let's drive to Byron Bay”. I went on gumtree and advertised offering a lift from Melbourne to Sydney for $50. I figured if I got a full car of 4 people I would even make money from the trip after fuel expenses. I traveled with 2 French girls and 2 English girls and so began a month-long trip traveling with 30 different people from Melbourne to Sydney to Byron Bay to Brisbane to Hervey Bay and then back to Sydney. I was traveling over from March to April to it wasn’t hard to find travel partners. I stopped over at Byron Bay for the Bluesfest where I decided to volunteer. After staying at the backpacker for one night I noticed a girl trying to sneak in so that’s when I decided to buy a tent and camp and invite people to camp out with me. I found a nice quiet spot right down near the beach and camped with ten different people. A great time watching the sunrise knowing that I would more than likely be going to prison. Somehow I just didn’t give a shit. I dropped the car off at Sydney airport and flow back to Melbourne. Back in the van again and that’s when the first major schizophrenic episode happened.
To be continued..
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