Beauty therapy, wellness and personal care services will roll up their shutters and galleries, museums, theatres, auditoriums, arcades, indoor play spaces and concert venues will reopen.
Rottnest Island, Perth Zoo, amusement parks, TABs, playgrounds, skate parks and gyms will also welcome visitors back so as long as they adhere to social distancing rules and real estate auctions will be back on the agenda.
Premier Mark McGowan called on West Australians to reactivate the state's economy by holidaying in their own state.
"Our regional communities have done it tough, our hotels, our cafes and our restaurants have done it tough," he said.
"Please, get out there, spend your money, support our local businesses, get people back to work, get our communities and our economy back up and functioning."
While Mr McGowan said WA was in an enviable position and showed signs of economic recovery it was too early to know if the state was out of the woods.
"We don't know what will happen to our international marketplaces, we don't know what will happen in the United States, China, Japan, Britain and the places we trade with," he said.
"We do know that the world economy is in trouble but tomorrow is a great opportunity for us within our borders to do far more and employ tens of thousands more people.
"Our state is beautiful by world standards, absolutely beautiful... please enjoy it."
Holidaying in other Australians states will remain out of reach, with current hard border restrictions to remain in place despite calls for a travel bubble between WA, Northern Territory, South Australia and Queensland.
On Thursday, the government also revealed the state recorded four new COVID-19 cases overnight, involving a West Australian family who had recently returned from Sudan.
The two adults and two young children are currently in quarantine at a Perth hotel.
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