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'Only in Perth' unveils remote city's gems

AAP logoAAP 7/11/2016 Rebecca Gredley

As one of the most isolated cities in the world, you would expect Perth to have plenty of cultural quirks, or gems.

A new social media campaign with the hashtag #OnlyinPerth is uncovering them.

Highlights include a ninja academy, video game console museum and a bacon, egg and spinach latte.

The campaign was the idea of Yelp Perth city manager Andjelka Jankovic.

She said she wanted to uncover Perth's unique businesses, food and events.

"Only in Perth shines a light on what is quintessentially Perth so you can be a traveller in your own city," she said.

She curated a list of the top 30 "remarkable local businesses" and encouraged people to use the hashtag #onlyinperth to share Perth discoveries.

The Ninja Academy is Australia's only ninja warrior style obstacle course, based on a TV show, and featuring rock climbing, parkour, gymnastics and other challenges to teach better movement.

Perth has Australia's only video game console museum, The Nostalgia Box, featuring a Magnobox Odyssey - the first video game to be commercially released, from 1972.

Only in Perth and definitely quirky is the bacon, egg, and spinach breakfast latte at Subiaco's Karibu cafe, the world's first ketogenic cafe, with a high-fat, low-carbohydrate menu.

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