Breakfast in Perth North

Are you looking for a kid-friendly breakfast in Perth’s north? Are you checking out a hip inner-city café in Perth with your family, or maybe a beach breakfast in Perth’s north? Brunch in Perth is HUGE and a great way to spend quality time with your children. To enjoy a big brekkie or stack of pancakes over a coffee, while your kids are occupied with a playground, games or activities makes brunch all the more relaxing!

Best Kid-Friendly Breakfast in Perth North of River

Biara Café, West Perth

Biara Cafe in Kings Park is the perfect family-friendly place for an early morning play and breakfast. Located at Ivey Watson Playground, there’s plenty to keep kids of all ages entertained – the castle and pirate ships are favourites. Formerly known as Stickybeaks, Biara Cafe has had a refresh, and the adjoining playground has new equipment. See more in our review.

Find the Poolgarla Family Area (formerly LotteryWest Family Area) at 10 Kulunga Grove, Kings Park.


Brixton Yard, Maylands

Just a hop from the Maylands train station is a neighborhood hang out that’s a café by morning, then a restaurant and bar in the afternoon until late. Brixton Yard has bought a real relaxed vibe where it focuses on being a family and pet friendly venue. It meets all the basics of a great family dining venue and has also created space for a kids area that included play kitchens and a large blackboard. See more in our review.

Find Brixton Yard at 217 Railway Parade, Maylands WA 6051

Brixton Yard


Blacksmith, Highgate

Want a side of hipster cool with your family friendly brunch? Blacksmith, on the Beaufort Street strip, has an industrial-cool vibe. The bustling café is teaming with people getting their caffeine fix and enjoying some tasty morsels from the menu, which caters for a lot of tastes. Out the back is where you’ll find the kids area, with a playroom, fenced and gated sandpit and lots of toys. Get more info in our blog.

Find Blacksmith at 460 Beaufort Street, Highgate, Perth. 

Family Friendly Breakfast Spots in Perth


Flinderz Café, Hillarys

Flinderz Café is a suburban cafe in Hillarys, but it isn’t found at the Boat Harbour, it’s located at the leafy Hillary’s Shopping Centre. The light and bright café, with seating inside and also in the shady alfresco area. There’s a fenced and gated toy corner, where little ones can play while you enjoybreakfast in peace, making it great for a catch up with friends. Get more info in our blog. 

Find Flinderz Café at 110 Flinders Avenue, Hillarys.



Little T’s, Balcatta

Little T’s Café comes complete with a kids menu, a coffee window and a playground. The playground features a slide, a tunnel to crawl through, two steering wheels for imaginative play and more. This is surrounded by artificial grass, so it’s soft if the kids kick off their shoes. And there’s plenty of tables close by to keep an eye on them, while you tuck into something yummy. See more in our review.

Find Little T’s Café  at 732 Karrinyup Road, Balcatta


The Kiosk Floreat, Floreat  

Sandy feet are welcome at The Kiosk Floreat – a great café situated right on Floreat beach AND right next to the playground with a huge wooden Kraken. It’s a perfect spot for breakfast in Perth’s north. Grab a bite to eat after the kids have finished burning off energy at the playground or after an early morning swim. You can either sit inside or in the alfresco area which overlooks the beach. You can access the beach directly from the café too. 

Find The Kiosk at Challenger Parade, City Beach.

Floreat Beach Playspace


The Beach House, Jindalee

For those that live in Perth’s north, The Beach House in Jindalee is a great place to hang on a sunny day. The modern spot, built amongst the sand dunes, is also opposite a huge park, the colourful Eden Beach playground. That’s sure to make for a great bargaining tool to get kids to eat up their breakfast! The kids will love their hotcakes. See more in our review.

Find The Beach House at Eden Beach Foreshore Park 100 Aurora Esplanade, Jindalee.

The Beach House Jindalee


Someday Coffee Co, Floreat

Looking for that perfect mix of kid friendly, does trendy brunch food and top notch coffee, look no further than Someday Coffee Co. The kids menu, cute as a button pink play area, and handy colouring in sheets are what makes Someday Coffee Co the perfect place for the little ones. Find out more in the Buggybuddys review. 

Find Someday Coffee Co at 445 Cambridge Street, Floreat. 

Someday Coffee Co, Floreat


Family Friendly Breakfasts – Swan Valley

We have a full list of places to go for brekkie in the Swan Valley here. Our favourites are…

Maison Saint Honore, Caversham – The BEST spot for sweet tooths. The delightful French Maison Saint Honore serves up a tempting range of authentic sweet and savory crepes, as well as croissants, cakes and macarons. For kids, there’s an outdoor playground to explore. Find out more in the Buggybuddys review. 

Bailey Brewing Co, Henley Brook – Did you know kid-friendly venue Bailey Brewing Co does breakfast?! Kids can choose from yogurt and fruit, pancakes or a “lil big breakfast”. There’s an amazing vintage truck themed playground, good pub food and huge expanses of lawn. Find out more in the Buggybuddys review.

Bailey Brewing Co., Henley Brook

Taylor’s Cafe, Middle Swan – The rustic Taylors has a cottage feel and quaint courtyard garden, shaded by gums and overhanging vines. Taylors brunch game brings the goods, you’ll also find a huge sandpit for the kids. The gorgeous Taylors Café is an absolute hidden gem! Find out more in the Buggybuddys review.


Have we missed your best breakfast in Perth for families? Let us know in the comments below!

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About Amanda Carlin

Amanda Carlin has her own food and travel blog. Established in 2013, "The Chef, His Wife and Their Perth-fect Life" has enjoyed an exciting name change in 2021, as "The Chef's Ex-wife" embarks on new adventures with Simply PERTHfect. Amanda loves getting out and about in Perth and WA, as well as brunching, tapas or something a little fancy in equal measures. With her son "Little Chef" in tow, Amanda always has plenty of family friendly eating options to recommend too! Be sure to check out Simply PERTHfect.

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