Are you looking for a family friendly restaurant in Fremantle? Whether you fancy fish n chips at the Harbour or a casual brewery lunch, there’s so many delicious possibilities in the port town. Buggybuddys has the ultimate list of your favourite kid friendly cafes, restaurants and eateries in Freo!
Family Friendly Restaurants in Fremantle – Central
The Gage Roads Brewery is a WA icon. It’s just opened up a family friendly brew-barn opposite it’s namesake, the Gage Roads shipping lane. Found by the Maritime Museum and Fremantle’s bustling port, the immense venue has a playground and other kid-friendly features. In “The backyard” kids will love discovering a multi-level playground with converted car and boat, while parents can watch close by with a craft beer and good food. Find out more in the Buggybuddys review.
Find Gage Roads at Peter Hughes Dr, Fremantle.
The Old Courthouse
The family-friendly Old Courthouse, as its name suggests, was the port town’s courthouse for many decades. Now a restaurant and bar, the venue plays with its interesting history with the dock, and a mugs gallery, great for photo opps. Out the back is a sandpit that will keep little ones busy and they can run around the fenced grassed area too. See more in our review.
Find The Old Courthouse at 45 Henderson Street, Fremantle.
The always bustling Little Creatures Brewery has an outdoor deck with views over Fremantle Fishing Boat Harbor. It’s very easy to spend a few hours relaxing here while the children play in the huge sandpit filled with toys and you enjoy a beer and a bite to eat. The kids agree their gourmet pizza is delicious! See our review here.
Find Little Creatures Brewery at 40 Mews Road, Fremantle.
Moore & Moore Café
Moore & Moore is home to a café, contemporary art gallery and a working art studio. Nestled in the courtyard is a fabulous nature playground that the kids will love! On the menu expect all-day breakfasts, homemade cakes and quick bites. See our review here.
Find Moore & Moore at The Moores Building, 46 Henry Street, Fremantle
Bathers Beach House
Bathers Beach House in Fremantle is Perth’s only absolute beachfront restaurant located just 3 steps away from the white sands of Bathers Beach. This is the only restaurant in Perth where you can elect to dine from the comfort of a sun lounger. The outside casual dining means you can come straight off the beach for a bit a to eat and with a tasty kids menu, we saw many families doing just that. Read more in the Buggybuddys review.
Find Bathers Beach House at 47 Mews Road, Fremantle.
This boutique ice cream spot is a sweet tooth’s paradise. While having a wander around the shops we popped in grab some refreshments and were greeted by the amazing aroma of fresh banana bread baking. Fresh cookies are also available. Kuld Creamery has lots of flavours to choose from that change regularly. If you have a gluten intolerance, Kuld make their own GF cones. Find out more in the Buggybuddys review.
Find Kuld Creamery at 11 Essex Street, Fremantle.
The Fishing Boat Harbour
No trip to Fremantle is complete without fish n chips at the iconic Fishing Boat Harbour! Kailis and Cicerellos offer the best of the port town’s amazing seafood in relaxed venues, that overlook the busy harbour. You can also enjoy other freshly caught seafood including oysters, mussels, crabs and crayfish. What’s not to love about that.
Find the Fisherman’s Wharf at 44 Mews Road Fremantle
The Fremantle Markets
If you still haven’t found somewhere to tickle your family’s taste buds in Freo, you’re sure to find something scrumptious at the historic Freo Markets! The markets are a foodie destination in themselves, with unique muffles (a muffin-waffle hybrid), candy floss with a twist, bao, Korean fried chicken, bratwurst, paella, decadent doughnuts, Honeycake, gozleme, sushi and much, much more! See our review here.
Find the Fremantle Markets at South Terrace, Fremantle.
Family Friendly Restaurants in Fremantle – Surrounds
Bib & Tucker, North Fremantle
Looking for somewhere to dine by the ocean, has fantastic food and is kid friendly too? Bib and Tucker is your answer! Tucked in between sandy white dunes, Bib and Tucker offers modern Australian cuisine with a focus on local fresh produce. There’s kids activity packs and a yummy menu for little ones too. See our review here.
Find Bib and Tucker at 18 Leighton Beach Blvd, North Fremantle
Ootong & Lincoln, South Fremantle
You can’t miss this quirky South Freo café, with its famous Anya Brock zebra mural on its exterior. Ootong & Lincoln makes everything in-house using local, organic ingredients. The retro shabby chic space, with mismatched chairs, exposed brickwork and tricycles hanging from the ceiling has a small play area with toys. See our review here.
Find Ootong & Lincoln at 258 South Terrace, South Fremantle
Run Amuk, South Fremantle
Hot diggity dog! Kids LOVE hot dogs, making Run Amuk in Fremantle a family favourite. Their gourmet hot dog menu is sure to tempt the whole family. Little ones will love the cool “car wall” as well as the super yummy “puppy dogs”! And be sure to save room for a British-style knicker bocker glory dessert. See our review here.
Find Run Amuk at 386A South Terrace, South Fremantle.
The Left Bank, East Fremantle
The historic Left Bank is a top spot for a family lunch on a sunny day. Overlooking the Swan River, the pub is a lovely spot to spend a couple of hours with your little loves, enjoying a lazy lunch! Kids get a free colouring in activity pack along with their yummy meals. Look out for The Left Bank’s kids night and kids also eat free deals too. See our review here.
The Left Bank is at 15 Riverside Road, East Fremantle.
Piggy Food Co, North Fremantle
Piggy Food Co is a delicious eatery in the heart of North Freo’s food hub. The kid friendly spot serves up casual South Californian/Mexican fare, craft beer and has a great atmosphere. The food is particularly friendly for those with gluten intolerances and kids will agree that their ice cream sandwiches are not to be missed! See our review here.
Find Piggy Food Co at 229A Queen Victoria St, North Fremantle.
What’s your favourite family-friendly restaurant in Fremantle? Tell us in the comments below!
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