Are you going to the CBD with the kids? Check out these child-friendly cafes in the area.
Coffee is the universal fuel of parents. Perth parents are lucky to have so many cafes who welcome us and our offspring with open arms, and Perth Mums Group has been on a mission to seek out the best. If you’re headed to the CBD with your children in tow, here are some of the best child-friendly cafes.
Isle of Voyage, Elizabeth Quay - NOW CLOSED ’The Island’, Elizabeth Quay, Perth Open for breakfast on weekends, lunch and dinner daily Website: http://www.isleofvoyage.com.au/home
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The Isle of Voyage is conveniently located next to a cute little playground and has a kids menu, along with things to keep them amused, such as crayons. They also have baby has change facilities and outdoor seating across from the playground. read the full review here.
Image: Elizabeth Quay Facebook page.
Zamia Cafe 50 May Drive, Kings Park, Perth Open for breakfast and lunch daily
This gorgeous café is located close to the May Drive Parkland, making it a lovely spot to take the kids. Zamia has a children’s breakfast and lunch menu and change facilities.
Saint Larry Café, City of Perth Library 578 Hay Street, Perth Open for breakfast and lunch daily Website: www.perth.wa.gov.au
Saint Larry Café is located within the new City of Perth library on Hay Street – you can take your coffee and enjoy reading the kids a story in the dedicated children’s level of the library.
Image: Saint Larry Café Facebook page.
Blacksmith Café, Highgate 460 Beaufort Street, Highgate Open for breakfast and lunch daily
Blacksmith is a true child friendly café located in Highgate, just 2km from the Perth CBD. It has an awesome kids play area, with a giant sandpit full of toys, chalkboards and a cubby house. It’s a great place for a coffee or breakfast while the kids have a play.