Nic Graham, Shelley Indyk collaborate for first QT on Australia’s West Coast

The QT Perth is slated to open this August as QT’s first property on Australia’s West Coast.

Design-wise, the property will merge industrial glamour with a contemporary aesthetic. The 18-story hotel will have 184 guestrooms, a bar and grill restaurant concept, rooftop bar, café, and seven conference rooms.

Nic Graham was tasked to reimagine what a hotels’ public space should be like. Meanwhile, QT designer Shelley Indyk created individually-designed guestrooms that will have handmade ceramics by local craftspeople including Dale Frances.


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Italian-inspired Santini Grill will be Robert Marchetti’s first Perth venue, working alongside executive chef Nic Wood. Santini Bar will also be the hotel’s social hub.

Perched high in the sky, the Rooftop at QT will be the highest rooftop party venue in Perth with views across the Swan River, Perth Hills and Optus Stadium. Meanwhile, the QT Café will be located on entry level.

For events, QT Perth will have spaces for up to 315 people.

Photo credit: QT Perth

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The company is donating rooms across the country to nurses, doctors, firefighters, police and emergency medical providers.

The Summit also announced several personnel moves at the 239-room contemporary hotel.