Get around the Wallabies with a parmi and pint at these Perth pubs

Rugby World Cup 2023 Vic Park Hotel
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Pride in our national sporting teams is at an all-time high, and while the mighty Matildas may not have achieved the ultimate glory, we’re all-in on our Aussie sports teams right now.

And so with our attention turning towards the 2023 Rugby World Cup (kicking off in France from September 8), we’re making plans for where to park up with a parmi and pint and catch all the action.

Check out a few options from our friends at Australian Venue Co. below, and head here for a full list of their pubs including the Claremont Hotel, The Generous Squire, The Bassendean, The Royal and more showing this year’s Rugby World Cup.

The Globe

One of our fave sports bars in the CBD, The Globe has plenty of weekday offers to keep you well-fuelled over the course of the cup. We’re talking Global Parmis on Mondays, Tacos & Tommys on Tuesdays and of course a Happy Hour every weekday featuring $9 selected pints – cheers!

Rugby World Cup 2023 The Globe

Durty Nelly’s

Indulge in some proper Irish hospitality (and who knows maybe a bit of luck) at Durty Nelly’s with $8.50 pints of Guinness during Happy Hour every day. Lunch and/or dinner is also sorted with $20 roasts on Monday, $18 burgers on Tuesday, $20 parmis on Thursdays and loads more.

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Rugby World Cup 2023 Durty Nellys

The Victoria Park Hotel

If you’re chasing a more family-friendly pub outside of the city, leave the kids to romp around The Vic Park hotel’s epic playground while you enjoy a couple of sunny pints in the beer garden. Parmi night is Thursday, you can grab jugs of Swan for $18 on Sundays and $9 pints during Happy Hour Monday-Friday.

Head to the Instagram post below to go in the running to win a VIP table and $500 to spend at The Vic Park Hotel during the Rugby World Cup:

Head to for all the match + pub combos on offer through September and October.

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