Prime Minister Anthony Albanese kicked-off his trip to Perth in style with a dinner at the grand COMO The Treasury.
After his meal in the private dining room, Mr Albanese told The West the food was “fantastic”.
Mr Albanese landed in Perth on Saturday night and made his way quickly to the high-end restaurant.
He was accompanied by Premier Mark McGowan and State Minister for Education and Training Sue Ellery for the lavish meal.
COMO is one of Perth’s most glamorous establishments in the heart of the city, decked out with fine dining restaurants, like Wildflower, and premium hotel suites.
In 2016 the establishment was adjudged the best hotel in Australia and New Zealand in Conde Naste Traveler’s Readers Choice Awards.
The Prime Minister said his visit was “going great” so far, and that he was excited about his time in Perth.
Mr McGowan said he was happy to welcome the Prime Minister to the State and said he had a busy agenda while here.
Mr Albanese is set to start public appearances on Sunday morning, firstly meeting with the WA Federal caucus for a thank you barbeque.
Discussions about the future of WA are expected to be high on the agenda.
Mr Albanese’s trip to WA comes ahead of a three-day trip to Indonesia next week to meet with Indonesian President Joko Widodo.