Hummer limo hire Perth-Purple

Our purple Hummer Has taken over as our most popular Hummer. The last two quarters have been analysed and whereas previoulsy it was White, pink, purple it is now the purple Hummer that leads the way. The reason for this, we believe, is as it becomes more well known people are specifically requesting the Hummer above the others.

We are pleased with the result and it shows the people of Perth are not boring when it comes to their Hummer limo colours. We are currently working on a new colour and doing some research into it at the moment. We have market tested the colour on www.facebook.com and overwhelmingly the support came fo rthe new colour.

The Purple Hummer has all the toys inside with PS3, karaoke, 4 LCD screens, smoke machine, lasers etc etc. You can book this Hummer via our website at the moment .Purple Hummer

Hummers are currently available in perth in the following colours Pink, white, purple, black, red, silver and grey.

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Going to Black Sabbath Concert? Hummers available!

Famous for dozens of hits including Paranoid, Black Sabbath are at perth Arena on Saturday 4th May is big news. Perth Stretch Hummers can offer a return package to and from any Perth Suburb to Perth Arena and return after the concert for just $795. You have waited a long time for this concert so you deserve to go in style. Contact Carly now on 0437 546642. Hummers are licensed for BYO

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Black Sabbath at Perth Arena 4th May 2013

One of the greatest rock bands in music history are coming to Perth Arena on 4th May. Mixing huge  volume with Ozzy Osbourne’s keening, ominous pronouncements of gloom and doom, Black Sabbath were the heavy-metal kings of the 1970s. Often reviled by mainstream rock critics and ignored by radio programmers, the group still managed to sell over 8 million albums before Osbourne departed for a solo career in 1979.

The four original members, schoolmates from al Birmingham, England, first joined forces as the Polka Tulk Blues Company. They quickly changed their name to Earth, then, in 1968, to Black Sabbath; the name came from the title of a song written by bassist Geezer Butler, a fan of occult novelist Dennis Wheatley. It may also have been an homage to a Boris Karloff film. The quartet’s eponymous 1970 debut, recorded in two days, went to Number Eight in England and Number 23 in the U.S. A single, “Paranoid,” released in advance of the album of the same name, reached Number Four in the U.K. later that year; it was the group’s only Top Twenty hit.

The single didn’t make the U.S. Top Forty, but Paranoid, issued in early 1971, sold four million copies with virtually no radio airplay. Beginning in December 1970 Sabbath toured the States relentlessly. Despite the band members’ intense drug and alcohol abuse, the constant road work paid off, and by 1974 Black Sabbath was considered peerless among heavy-metal acts, its first five LPs all having sold at least a million copies apiece in America alone.

In spite of their name, the crosses erected onstage, and songs dealing with apocalypse, death, and destruction, the band members insisted their interest in the black arts was nothing more than innocuous curiosity, and in time, Black Sabbath’s princes-of-darkness image faded. Eventually, so did its record sales. Aside from a platinum best-of, We Sold Our Soul for Rock ‘n’ Roll (1976), not one of three LPs from 1975 to 1978 went gold. Osbourne, reeling from drug use and excessive drinking, quit the band briefly in late 1977 (ex–Savoy Brown and Fleetwood Mac vocalist Dave Walker filled his shoes for some live dates). In January 1979 he was fired. Ronnie James Dio, formerly of Ritchie Blackmore’s Rainbow, replaced Osbourne.

Although Dio could belt with the best of them, Sabbath would never be the same. Its first album with Dio, Heaven and Hell (1980), went platinum; its second, Mob Rules (1981), gold. But thereafter, the group’s LPs sold fewer and fewer copies, as Black Sabbath went through one personnel change after another. Ill health forced Bill Ward out of the band in 1980; Carmine Appice’s brother Vinnie took his place. Friction between Iommi and Dio led the singer to quit angrily in 1982; he took Appice with him to start his own band, Dio. Vocalists over the years have included Dave Donato, Deep Purple singer Ian Gillan, another ex-member of Deep Purple Glenn Hughes, Tony Martin, and Dio again.

By 1986’s Seventh Star, only Iommi remained from the original lineup. He had to wince when Geezer Butler teamed up with Osbourne, who had since launched a he phenomenally successful solo career, in 1988, though the bassist did return to the fold three years later. Despite bitterness expressed in the press between Osbourne and Iommi, the original foursome reunited in 1985 at the Live Aid concert in Philadelphia, and again in 1992, at the end of what was supposedly Osbourne’s last tour. Throughout 1993 word had it that Osbourne, Iommi, Butler, and Ward would tour, but by year’s end Osbourne had backed out, allegedly over money.

But not for long, as Iommi, Butler, and Osbourne reunited to headline 1997’s Ozzfest. Ward was not invited (he was replaced by Faith No More’s Mike Bordin), but he did participate in two shows in the band’s hometown of Birmingham, England, in December 1997. The resulting live album, Reunion (Number 11, 1998), also featured two new studio tracks, including the single “Psycho Man.” The album went platinum in the U.S., and the live version of “Iron Man” earned the band its first Grammy for Best Metal Performance — nearly 30 years after the song was originally released. The ensuing tour lasted two years and ended in December 1999.

Tony Iommi released his first solo album in 2000; a prestigious roster of guest singers (Osbourne, Billy Corgan, Henry Rollins, Dave Grohl) handled the vocals. Among metalheads, Iommi is something of a guitar god, due in part to the fact that he plays spectacularly despite having lost the tips of two right fingers in a welding accident at age 17. His hero was the great jazz guitarist Django Reinhardt, who also lost two fingers and yet continued to play.

In mid-2001 it was announced that all four original members were writing material for a new Black Sabbath album to be produced by Rick Rubin. The band scrapped all the material and the album never materialized, although Sabbath performed one new song, “Scary Dreams,” on that year’s Ozzfest. The band was put on hold throughout 2002 as Osbourne refocused on his solo music and new MTV reality show, The Osbournes, in which his family was portrayed as a sort of real-life Munsters. The band came back together for the 2004 and 2005 Ozzfest tours.

In 2005, Black Sabbath was inducted into the UK Music Hall of Fame, and the following year, after many years of eligibility, the band made it into the US Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. In 2007, Iommi and Butler reunited with Appice and Dio to record new material for the compilation Black Sabbath: The Dio Years (Number 54); that configuration of the group toured as Heaven and Hell (to avoid being confused with the Osbourne-fronted Black Sabbath) into the year 2008. On April 28, 2009, Heaven and Hell released its debut album, The Devil You Know.

The concert on 4th May at Perth Arena promises to be one of the musical hi-lights of 2013 in Perth and to celebrate Perth Stretch Hummers are offering a great return package for just $795. That includes an hours cruise to the Perth Arena whilst enjoying some Black Sabbath tunes whilst after the concert no queuing no car parks just step straight aboard your Hummer limo ready to whisk you home.

 

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Wedding Groups are getting larger.

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As Perth recovers from the Globla Finacial Crisis so wedding parties are getting larger. With more groomsmen and more bridesmaids. Gone are the days of one or two groomsmen and bridesmais, the norm is four on each side. Along with the bride and groom that makes parties of 10.

The best way to travel is by limousine and there are 10, 12 and 14 seater limos around that can cater for these larger wedding parties in Perth.

With around 4 or 5 hours for wedding and photographs the limo has got to be a comfortable experience that you will enjoy. With larger dresses for a the girls the 10 seaters can be a little snug for cabin space. The next choice would be a Hummer limousine in Perth.

Not the most elegant vehicle but still beautiful spacious and impressive more and more brides are choosing a Hummer for their weddings,

 

With 14 seats and room for an esky the Hummer has vanity mirors and lots of space meaning you can retouch make up and enjoy drinks as you cruise round doing photos.

Whether you are going to the 5 Star  Crown Casino or  the elegant Caversham House a Hummer does not look out of place.

Perth Sttetch Hummers offers 14 seater Stretch Hummers in Diamond White, or Pearlescent Purple. With a unique 5th bridal door these Hummers are the top of the range with a full wedding package including ribbons on the bonnet to flowers on the inside and enough chilled water to keep you cool all afternoon.

Our WeddingCo-ordiantor Carly can assist you to make sure everything is running smoothly. Just giver her a call to arrange a viewing.

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Suburbs covered by Perth Stretch Hummers

Based in our offices in Subiaco we cover every suburb in Perth plus Mandurah and as far down as Bunbury and beyond. We are often asked which suburbs we go ot for our limo hire so below I have compiled each area in Perth that we cover. You can cull us on 0450 486637 for more details or go to Limo Hire Perth for more details.

 

th SuburbsAlexander Heights
Alkimos
Amelia Heights
Ashby
Ashfield
Aveley
Balcatta
Balga
Ballajura
Banksia Grove
Bassendean
Bayswater
Bedford
Beechboro
Belhus
Bennett Springs
Bindoon
Brighton
Bullsbook
Burns Beach
Butler
Carabooda
Carine
Carramar
Caversham
Clarkson
Connolly
Coolbinia
Craigie
Cullacabardee
Currambine
Darch
Dianella
Doubleview
Duncraig
Eden Hill
Edgewater
Eglinton
Ellenbrook
Embleton
Girrawheen
Glendalough
Gnangara
Greenwood
Guilderton
Gwelup
Hamersley
Heathbridge
Henley Brook
Hepburn Heights
Herne Hill
Hillarys
Hocking
Iluka
Inglewood
Innaloo
Jandabup
Jindalee
Joondalup
Kallaroo
Karrinyup
Kiara
Kingsley
Kinross
Koondoola
Landsdale
Ledge point
Lockridge
Madeley
Malaga
Marangaroo
Mariginup
Marmion
Maylands
Meltham
Menora
Merriwa
Mindarie
Mirrabooka
Moore River
Morley
Mount Hawthorn
Mount Lawley
Muchea
Mullaloo
Neerabup
Nollamara
Noranda
North Beach
North Perth
Nowergup
Ocean Reef
Osborne Park
Padbury
Pearsall
Pinjar
Quins
Ridgewood
Scarborough
Seabird
Seacrest
Sinagra
Sorrento
Stirling
Swan Valley
Tamala Park
Tapping
The Vines
Trigg
Tuart Hill
Two Rocks
Wangara
Wanneroo
Warwick
Waterman
Westminister
West Swan
Whiteman
Whitfords
Woodridge
Woodvale
Yanchep
Yirrigan
Yokine

East SuburbsAraluen
Baskerville
Beechina
Bellevue
Bickley
Boya
Brigadoon
Canning Mills
Carmel
Chidlow
Chittering
Darlington
Forrestfield
Gidgegannup
Glen Forest
Gooseberry Hill
Greenmount
Guildfood
Hackets Gully
Hazelmere
Helena Valley
High Wycombe
Hills
Hovea
Jane Brook
Kalamunda
Karragullen
Koongamia
Lesmurdie
Mahogany
Creek
Maida Vale
Martin
Middle Swan
Midland
Midvale
Millendon
Mount Helena
Mundaring
Orange Grove
Parkerville
Pickering Brook
Piesse Brook
Red Hill
Roleystone
Sawyers Valley
Stoneville
Stratton
Swan View
Upper Swan
Viveash
Walliston
Wattle Grove
Woodbridge
Wooroloo
Wundowie

West & Central SuburbsChurchlands
City Beach
Claremont
Cottesloe
Crawley
Daglish
Dalkeith
East Perth
Floreat
Herdsman
Highgate
Jolimont
Leederville
Mosman Park
Mount Claremont
Nedlands
Northbridge
North Fremantle
Peppermint Grove
Perth
Shenton Park
Subiaco
Swanbourne
Wembley
Wembley Downs
West Leederville
West Perth
Woodlands

South SuburbsAlfred Cove
Anketell
Applecross
Ardross
Armadale
Ascot
Attadale
Atwell
Aublin Grove
Baldavis
Banjup
Bateman
Beaconsfield
Beckenham
Bedfordale
Beeliar
Belmont
Bentley
Bertram
Bibra Lake
Bicton
Booragoon
Bouvard
Brentwood
Brookdale
Bull Creek
Burswood
Byford
Calista
Camillo
Cannington
Canning Vale
Cardup
Carlisle
Casuarina
Champion Lakes
Cloverdale
Cockburn central
Como
Coogee
Coondanup
Coolbellup
Cooloongup
Darling Downs
Dawesville
East Cannington
East Freemantle
East Rockingham
Erskine
Falcon
Ferndale
Forest Lake
Forrestdale
Fremantle
Golden Bay
Gosnells
Halls Head
Hamilton Hill
Hammond Park
Harrisdale
Haynes
Henderson
Hilbert
Hillman
Hilton
Hopeland
Hope Valley
Huntingdale
Jandakot
Jarrahdale
Karawara
Kardinya
Karnup
Kelmscott
Kennedy Bay
Kensighton
Kenwick
Kewdale
Keysbrook
Kwinana
Lakelands
Langford
Lathlain
Leda
Leeming
Livingston
Lynwood
Maddigton
Madora
Mandogalup
Mandurah
Manning
Mardella
Meadow Springs
Medina
Melville
Mount Nasura
Mount Pleasant
Mount Richon
Mundijong
Munster
Murdoch
Myaree
Naval Base
Newburn
North Lake
Northshore
North Coogee
Oakford
O’Connor
Oldbury
Orelia
Palmyra
Parkwood
Parmelia
Peron
Piara Waters
Pinjarra
Port Kennedy
Queens Park
Ranfrod
Ravenswood
Redcliffe
Rivertoon
Rivervale
Rockingham
Rossmoyne
Safety Bay
Salter Point
Samson
Secret Harbour
Serpentine
Seville Grove
Shelley
Shoalwater
Singleton
Somverville
South Fremantle
South Lake
South Perth
Southern River
Spearwood
St James
Success
The Avenues
The Lakes
The Spectacles
Thornlie
Victoria Park
Waikiki
Wandi
Warnbro
Waterford
Wattleup
Wellard
Welshpool
Westfield
White Gum Valley
Willagee
Willetton
Wilson
Winthrop
Wungong
Yangebup
Yunderup

 

 

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How to get to Big Day Out Perth

PERTH BIG DAY OUT TRANSPORT INFO

Obviously A stretched Hummer is the way to go but if you cannot stretch to a limo here is how to get to and from The Big Day Out

Travel to and from the Big Day Out with Transperth

To plan your journey, use the Transperth JourneyPlanner or call the Transperth InfoLine on 13 62 13 (TIS: 13 14 50) Hearing or speech impaired? Call via NRS 133 677 and ask for 13 62 13.

Event and ticket information

The Big Day Out (BDO) will be held at Claremont Showground on Monday 28 January 2013.

Public transport is the easiest way to get to and from the Big Day Out. The event is joint ticketed which means your ticket to the BDO includes travel on all Transperth services, for three hours before, during and after the event until end of service. Simply show your ticket to the driver or inspector on your way to the event and your wrist band on the way home. Patrons collecting tickets at the venue are only entitled to travel once they have possession of the ticket.

*Post-event travel is subject to last timetabled services.

The following services will operate on the day:

TRAINS

A normal Sunday/Public Holiday timetable will apply, with additional services operating on all lines.

Going to the festival, there will be extra capacity on Fremantle Line services and they will stop at Showgrounds Station all day from approximately 9.15am.

After the event, special event and timetabled services with extra capacity will depart from Showgrounds Station. The last trains from Showgrounds Station will be:

  • To Perth: Departs at 11.45pm
  • To Fremantle: Departs Platform 2 at 11.43pm.

The last connecting trains will depart Perth at the following times:

  • Armadale Line: Departing Perth Station (Platform 6) at 12am midnight, stopping all stations to Armadale
  • Thornlie Line: Departing Perth Station (Platform 4) at 11.52pm
  • Joondalup Line: Departing Perth Underground Station at 12.15am
  • Midland Line: Departing from Perth Station (Platform 7) at 12.00 midnight
  • Mandurah Line: Departing Perth Underground Station at 12.17am.

It is important to note that people wanting to use connecting services on the Armadale/Thornlie, Joondalup, Mandurah and Midland lines will need to depart the Showgrounds at least 15-20 minutes prior to all scheduled departures from Perth, as the last services from Showgrounds Station do not connect with services leaving Perth.

Passengers are asked to plan their journey by using the Transperth JourneyPlanner.

TRANSPERTH BUSES

Please note that Transperth buses will operate to a Sunday/Public Holiday timetable. There will be no additional bus services operating on the day, and no additional bus services at suburban stations for connections with the extra train services being provided.

For more information head to transperth.wa.gov.au  or Stretch Hummer Limo


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Hens Night ideas Perth

Wedding season is upon us once again and this means Hen nights galore in Perth. So what to do is the big question. There are plenty of venues in Perth to enjoy drinks and dancing to the wee small hours and it is great fun if everyone is of a similar age.

Perth Stretch Hummers has a solution. The two hour karaoke limo tour. With varying age groups in the Hens party some will not want to go into the clubs and bars of Northbridge, and that is understandable. So the alternative is to have the party in the stretch Hummer limo in either Pink or Purple. We set off on the tour and take in the coast, Fremantle, Kings park and of course the city and Northbridge. All from the safety of the Hummer limo.

On the tour you can enjoy byo drinks, the bar is stocked with champagne flutes and ice and water. Plus our on board entertainment including music videos and Karaoke with a bunch of great party songs.

Towards the end of the tour you can choose to either get everyone dropped back home or to do a home/city drop for those that “want to go on”. That way everyone gets to go out but  those that do not want to do the 3am nightclub bit do not have to.

To really get in the mood you can get your hen and bucks night wear from Mi bride and groom.

 

 

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Big Day Out

Monday 28th is Big Day Out at Claremont Show grounds Red Hot Chilli Peppers and the Killers head the awesome line up and as always it will be a fantastic day out. There are many ways to get to and from Big Day Out including Train and bus plus of course Taxis.

Another way to get to The Big Day Out is by Stretch Hummer limousine and Perth Stretch Hummers  have 3 Hummers avaialble all seating 14 people. We can get you to and from Claremont showgrounds in style and you can enjoy a cold beer or two on the way (BYO) to get you in the mood for what will basically be a big day out.

 

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School ball limo hire Perth tips.

Tips

  • Remember to have a look around, to find the best quote for your needs. The cheapest is not always the best. Make sure the company has a proper showroom and is not just operating ut of his garage.
  • Research different companies before deciding on which to go for.
  •  Check on line reviews to see how other customers bookings have fared.
  •  View the vehicle before booking so you know what you will get on the day, and how suitable it will be.
  • Try and fill the limo you choose to ensure the cost per head is the cheapest.
  • When you come to pay the deposit to secure the limo ensure you collect a contribution from all passengers.
  •  When booking, make sure you have the right addresses and times and double check everything on the booking form including the price and terms of conditions.
  •  Make sure you ask how much deposit and when the balance needs to be paid by, so that you’re not caught out on the day.
  • If you are sharing the cost of the limo make sure you get the remaining balance from the other passengers well before the date of the prom.
  • Do ont book a company that spends their time slagging off other companies, this is very unprofessional and negative and not really the sort of company you want to be associated with on the happiest of days.
  • This info on limo hire Perth was provided by  Limo Hire Perth by Perth Stretch Hummers
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Limo Hire Perth Prices

How much does it cost to hire a limo in Perth, is a very popular question we get asked all the time. Below is a rough idea on how much it costs to hire the various size limos in Perth Western Australia.

Sedan for 2/3 people normally used for Airport transfers Approx $99 per hour

6 Seater Limo older style $99-$125 per hour

8 Seater Fairlane Stretch or similar $99-$150 per hour

10 Seater Statesman or similar $200 per hour

10 Seater Chrysler 300c $250-$350 per hour

14 Seater hummer $450-$495 per hour

16 Seater Hummer $495-$550 per hour.

The above is only meant to be a rough guide. Please call individual operators for exact quotes. For all Hummer needs you can call perth Stretch Hummers on 0437 546642 or visit their website Limo Hire Perth

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