Heel N’ Toe is a Scottish Country Dance Band based in Perth.

Heel N’ Toe band has built up a wide repertoire of Scottish Country Dances, which has enabled it to play for the various groups associated with the RSCDS.

The band has had a happy association with St Andrew Society of WA and has played for many of their main functions over the years. These include the Burns Suppers, Chieftain’s Ceilidhs, and the St Andrew’s Day Ball in November. The band members have formed enduring friendships with St Andrews members over the years.

The band comprises: Col on accordion and midi bass, Keri on fiddle, Katrina on keyboard, Stephen on drums, Rob on guitar and Kieran on vocals.

Contact Rob –

Heel ‘N Toe is also happy to play and call the popular ‘ceilidh’ dances – Dashing White Sergeant, Virginia Reel , Strip the Willow etc, which are much favoured by ‘newbies’ at weddings, anniversaries and birthdays.

“We are coming for you Perth! Your White Sergeant has never been so Dashing!!”

Gallus Ceilidh Band – something new for Perth

Gallus Ceilidh Band offer something new for Perth, they are a high energy “kick in pants” ceilidh band who mash Scottish jigs & reels with rock & dance beats to get any party going! With half the band steeped in traditional music and the other half in contemporary music, the explosion of energy that results has to be experienced.

AC/DC and Avicci to the White Stripes and Faithless, you can ceilidh dance to the lot of them!

Contact Ali – or on 0437 589 004

Follow them on:
Facebook – Gallus Ceilidh Band
Instagram – gallusceilidhband

Stramash – Noisy Commotion or Uproar.

Don’t be put off, Scottish Stramash is a night of ‘session music’ with musicians of all abilities coming together to play the bonny tunes of Scotland in Perth.

Founded in 2018 by Fiona Davidson and Linda Gauld, Scottish Stramash has a group of 15 regular musicians made up of fiddles, small pipes, accordion, whistle, guitar, bodhran. More recently, we played at Fairbridge Festival and Armadale Highland Games.

For more information, please email or check out Facebook or our website:

Stramash – Noisy Commotion or Uproar.

The House of Tartan

The House of Tartan – located at 314 Walcott Street, Menora, has been serving the Scottish community in Perth since 1995. Jennifer & Greg McAdam own and operate The House of Tartan and bring with them 22 years of experience in Kilt Hire and sales.

The House of Tartan is able to provide a number of services to you. No project or event is too big, small or unique.

These services include:

  • Sale of new kilts, jackets, waistcoats, shirts, ties, sporrans, brogues, kilt hose and many accessories. With both modern and traditional styles available, make a visit to the shop and be amazed at the unique services and products available to the Scottish community.
  • Kilt outfit hire – with over 450 kilts in stock and 6 different outfit styles to choose from, you will be spoilt for choice. With the ability to hire individual items right through to the complete outfit.
  • Dry cleaning service – take your kilt and jacket into The House of Tartan and their specialist dry cleaning service will ensure it is in top condition for your next St Andrew Society event.
  • Kilt adjustments and repairs – if your kilt requires adjusting or repairing, take it into The House of Tartan and let the experts take a look. From simply moving a strap or buckle to the complexity of invisible mending, they will give you their honest opinion.
  • Ladies’ sashes and men’s ties available in over 500 tartans to choose from. If your tartan isn’t in stock, it will be ordered in for you.
  • Scottish giftware – including Quaichs, kilt pins, pocket watches, Sgian Dubhs, hip flasks, t-shirts, and tartan boxer shorts. There is an amazing display and variety available in store. You will not find a store like this anywhere else in Australia.

The Irish Club of WA

St Andrew Society of WA are delighted to have a base in the Irish Club where they can hold their committee meeting, Scottish country dance nights, smaller events such as whisky tasting and family ceilidhs and simply enjoy some social time over a beer or a glass of wine with ‘Celtic’ friends wishing to expand a community relationship.

The Irish Club was formed in 1950 to promote the national and cultural aspects of Irish life in Perth. From humble beginnings, the club has grown and is now located on Townshend Road in Subiaco. The club has a non-political, non-sectarian policy and welcomes people of all nationalities to enjoy the ambiance of the club as members or guests of members.

It is a hub for Irish emigrants to have a place to socialise and build a sense of community in a foreign land. Over the years, the Club has expanded its role in Western Australian society.