Fremantle is a bustling hive of cafes and restaurants and is a popular destination for families, including some that are great for parents and children. Perth Mums Group has been on the lookout for the best child-friendly cafes in and around the city, and here’s what we have found in Fremantle.
Moore and Moore 46 Henry Street, Fremantle Open for breakfast and lunch daily Website: mooreandmoorecafe.com
Moore and Moore is located in the Moores Building Contemporary Art Gallery in Fremantle’s west end and is totally child friendly! Along with a kid’s corner with toys, they have high chairs, change facilities and also serve up a kid’s sized breakfast and babyccinos.
Located among the hustle and bustle of Fremantle’s café haven, South Terrace, is Ootong and Lincoln, a busy café serving delicious coffee and fresh, organic food. In a plus for parents, they also have a small kids indoor area with toys.
Breakfast at Ootong and Lincoln Image: Facebook
The Carriage Cafe The Esplanade Park, 45 Marine Terrace, Fremantle Open for breakfast and lunch daily Phone: 9335 3645
This iconic café has been a feature in Fremantle’s Esplanade Park for years, and there is a playground and the Esplanade Youth Plaza and skate ramp just a stone’s throw away.
In the heart of Fremantle’s famous café strip is Sandrino, which is a restaurant that also has a great little kids play room upstairs. They serve a range of tea and coffee or you can stay a bit longer and enjoy a delicious Italian lunch or dinner and they also have a large kids menu. You can read the Perth Mums Group review here.
The play room at Sandrino.
Fremantle has always been a top destination for Perth families, but these top child-friendly cafes will give parents an extra little incentive to head to our favourite port city. For more great places to dine out with kids click here.
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