Do you like to enjoy your coffee whilst tucked away in a secret garden? Or do you prefer to basque in the sun, along side a creek, while eating brunch? Whatever you prefer, we have your bases covered with our favourite outdoor cafes in Perth.
Read on to find your next garden escape.
Secret Garden Café – Shop 7, 329 Murray Street, Wolf Lane, Perth
You’re going to love this place! Hidden at the end of Wolf Lane, that runs off Murray Street, you will discover a secret garden. Picture sitting in your own cubby house with friends, but with awesome treats and juices. Best of all the breakfasts are hearty and the service is personable.
Piccolos corner – Corner of St Leonards Ave and Woolwich St, West Leederville
Piccolo’s is an extremely busy spot with the Leederville locals and new comers alike. The décor brings the garden inside with hanging plants and flowers. If you take a step outside through the gates, you’ll find a peaceful spot to sit. Here, you can sit among the succulents and plants in vintage watering cans, bikes and boxes. Our favourite meal is the vegetarian smashed pumpkin, served on antique plates.
Casa Bianchi – 193 Scarborough Beach Road, Mount Hawthorn
Casa Bianchi is a hidden gem that offers great food and even better service. It’s not often you walk into a café and feel the need to explore the garden! Once you’ve found the perfect spot to sit, you can chill out in the shade and enjoy the atmosphere. The little ones are even encouraged to feed the fish in the pond. Added bonus- dogs are more than welcome.
Leapfrogs – 25 Drovers Pl, Wanneroo WA 6065
Our favourite way to enjoy Leapfrogs is with a wood fired pizza and then stroll around the botanical garden, or play a game of golf! Pizzas ovens are ready to go Thursday to Sunday.
The Museum Cafe – WA Museum Gardens, Francis St, Perth
Once the Old Perth Gaol, this vintage style cafe is located on the grounds of the Western Australian Museum. You’ll find great cakes, coffee and teas as well as casual lunch items. The garden features quirky furniture and ornaments so you’ll feel like you’re having tea in your friend’s backyard. The vintage look fits right in with the historical aspect of the museum. We recommend that you delicious food then visit the museum.
City Farm Café – 1 City Farm Place, East Perth
For real, honest food visit the Perth City Farm! The open-air cafe is located within the grounds of Perth’s only Urban farm. Once a former scrap metal yard and a battery recycling plant, the farm is now known as a Western Australian icon for environmental sustainability and community engagement. The cafe is open Mon – Fri 7.00am – 3.00pm and Sat 7.00am – 12.00pm.
On Sunday you can have a bite to eat and stroll around the markets for local, organic produce. Make sure you check out the cakes on display at the front counter – you won’t regret it!
Chinta – 251 Scarborough Beach Road, Doubleview
Chinta is a unique Bali-inspired café where you can under umbrellas and palm trees and sip on a fresh juice. Enjoy a full cooked brekky or play a game of chess! Inside you can find amazing gifts and decorations for your home.
Masonmill Gardens and family Restaurant – 40 Masonmill Road, Carmel WA 6076
Situated 25 minutes from Perth, this garden café is much more than just your regular café. Picture ten acres of colourful gardens surrounded by a Jarrah forest and lake, and you can begin to imagine how beautiful it truly is. This postcard setting begs you to spend the day exploring the rose-covered pergolas, gardens, and creeks.
Moore & Moore Fremantle – 46 Henry Street, Fremantle, WA 6160
At this art gallery and café space you can eat, sip and chat and relax in the sunshine-drenched courtyard. If you’re in the mood for some down time, bring your book or simply reflect in the calming atmosphere. The food is designed to make you feel good, so you can be sure to find healthy options made with local produce.
The Secret Garden Café – 64 Angelo Street, South Perth
Don’t let the façade of this café deter you from entering. On the outside it appears to be an ordinary lunch bar, yet the backyard opens up to a hidden sanctuary. Feast on French style omelettes, seafood or kebabs in the magical garden. Once you’re finished, take a stroll through the neighbouring garden centre, Garden Affair.
Kelly’s Cafe – 163 Birnam Road, Canning Vale
Kelly’s cafe is not what you expect to find at a nursery in Canning Vale! It is a wonderful place to have breakfast, morning teas, and lunch. They now even offer dinner on Wednesday and weekend nights so you can dine alfresco.