Cafes for mums groups south

Are you looking for a spot in Perth’s South or hills areas to meet with your mums group? To get the big tick of approval from us, the venue must have a large table or space for a big group, plenty of room to navigate a stroller, a play area for little ones (especially if it’s fenced and gated!), high chairs, baby change facilities and food that’s friendly for kids. Here’s our ultimate guide to the best cafes for mums groups in Perth’s south and the Perth Hills…

Best Cafes for Mums Groups Perth – South

The Little Banksia, Kensington

This popular spot has a kids play room set up with a large table perfect for groups, as well as a great outdoor area. The brunch menu is delicious, so be sure to treat yourself! Read more in the Buggybuddys review.

Find the Little Banksia at 78 Banksia Terrace, Kensington.

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The Roastery, Canning Vale

The Roastery is found at Essence of Coffee. The large, open warehouse style café is great for large mothers group. The coffee shop themed kids corner makes it very popular with little ones too. Read more in the Buggybuddys review.

Find The Roastery at Shop 10, 395 Warton Rd (cnr. Amherst Rd), Canning Vale.

The Roastery, Canning Vale

 

Kambarang Garden Centre, Bentley

The Kambarang Garden Centre has a coffee area with seating and a small kids playground. Coffee Garden on Manning offers hot drinks, juices and soft drinks, toasted sandwiches and a few yummy looking biscuits choices too. Read more in the Buggybuddys review.

Find Kambarang Garden Centre on Manning Road in Bentley.

 

Laika Coffee, Lathlain

The inner city suburb of Lathlain is a hip little spot for young families. Laika Coffee has great brews, brunches and treats. There’s a grassed area, with plenty of seating and room for strollers. Kids menus and baby change facilities are also available. Plus, it’s super close to two parks. Read more in the Buggybuddys review.

 

Kettle Café, Lathlain

The cafe is a favourite with mothers groups. There’s plenty of seating options and enough room to accommodate prams. Little ones can explore the small kids corner and box of toys, while mums enjoy a coffee and bite to eat. And afterwards why not enjoy a play in the park opposite. Read more in the Buggybuddys review.

Find Kettle Café at 23 Lathlain Place, Lathlain.

Kettle Cafe

 

Jarra Infusion Café, Pinjarra

The quirky Jarra Infusion Café is found on the main street in Pinjarra. Out the back is a large indoor dining room, plus there is more covered seating in the garden, by the river, in full view of the kids play area. There’s lots for tiny tots and pre-schoolers to get into – from a sandpit and blackboard, to other toys and cosy coupes. Read more in the Buggybuddys review.

Find Jarra Infusion Café at 28 George St, Pinjarra

 

 

Zephyr, East Fremantle

If you love a coffee catch up near a great playground, Zephyr Café is worth a visit. Found on the banks of the Swan River, there are plenty of tables inside and out, overlooking the playgrounds at John Tonkin Reserve. Read more in the Buggybuddys review.

Find Zephyr Café at 61 Riverside Rd, East Fremantle.

Zephyr Cafe. East Fremantle

 

Surfing Lizard Espresso Bar, Coogee

Situated near Coogee Beach the Surfing Lizard Espresso Bar, is a family-friendly café with a fun kids play area (which has had an addition of a new cubby house). The café has a relaxed vibe, with plenty of seating inside and out – with lots of room for prams. Read more in the Buggybuddys review.

Find Surfing Lizard Cafe at 20 Poore Grove, Munster.

Surfing Lizard Cafe

 

Jamaica Blue, Secret Harbour

Secret Harbour Square has a spacious Jamaica Blue café which overlooks a sun boat themed fenced play area. The play equipment is accessed by a secure gate in the alfresco area of the café. Read more in the Buggybuddys review.

Find Jamaica Blue at 420 Secret Harbour Blvd, Secret Harbour.

play area secret harbour square

 

Cafes in the Perth Hills

Café Mojo, Mundaring

Mundaring gem Café Mojo is perfect for a mothers group catch up on a fine day, as most of it’s seating is found in the shady garden area. Here there’s large tables, as well as a sandpit play area with kitchen to keep toddlers busy. Read more in the Buggybuddys review.

Find Café Mojo at 16 Craig St, Mundaring.

Cafe Mojo, Mundaring

 

Masonmill, Carmel

Masonmill is a brilliant place to book a group get-together with lots of kids in tow! As well as a large café, the outside play area is fenced and gated, with a large covered area with plenty of tables. Read more in the Buggybuddys review.

Find Masonmill at 40 Masonmill Road, Carmel.

Masonmill Gardens, Carmel

 

Brook 508, Roleystone

Brook 508 is a lovely space with both indoor and alfresco seating. The best thing is a gorgeous children’s section with lots of toys and books for them to enjoy. Read more in the Buggybuddys review.

Find Brook 508 at 508 Brookton Highway, Roleystone.

Brook 508 Cafe & Restaurant, Roleystone

 

Avocados, Kelmscott

Avocados is a leafy spot, set in the foothills, on the banks of the Canning River. There’s loads of room for a big group with strollers, especially outside in the alfresco dining area, by the fully fenced and gated playground which is shaded by trees and shade sails. Read more in the Buggybuddys review.

Find Avocados at 2 Mount Street, Kelmscott. (just off Brookton Highway)

Avocados, Kelmscott

 

Have we missed your favourite spot for a Mum’s group meet-up in the southern suburbs and Perth Hills? Let us know in the comments below!

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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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  1. CJ 11 months ago

    The Roastery doesn’t have the kids area anymore unfortunately. We met up with family who live close by as we thought it was a good option for our kids. It was very loud, busy and tables were jammed in which made it hard for a pram to get through. Might be worth removing this one from the list.

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