Baby its cold outside! Winter is for getting cosy – but you don’t have to stay at home under the doona – there are many kid friendly restaurants with log fires in Perth. Wrap up warm and enjoy a family lunch at a snug restaurant, pub or café that has a roaring fire! There’s plenty of places in Perth where you can sit round a log fire and enjoy a meal – particularly in the Perth Hills and Swan Valley regions. Check out our big list here…
Cosy Restaurants in the Perth Hills
The Parkerville Tavern
The Parky is perfect on a sunny day, with its huge beer garden for the kids to play, roam and explore, but did you know that inside the historic pub, there’s a lovely dining area with roaring wood fire? So you can still enjoy a tasty family feed at the Hills spot, all year round! Read the Buggybuddys review here.
Find the Parkerville Tavern at 6 Owen Road, Parkerville.
The Packing Shed
Found in the Bickley Valley, a boutique wine region near Kalamunda, The Packing Shed is toasty on a chilly day. Enjoy a hot cuppa and brunch, or a platter with a glass of red from the adjoining Lawnbrook Estate, while kids are entertained by books, games and colouring in. The kid’s platters at The Packing Shed are delicious too! Read the Buggybuddys review here.
Find the Packing Shed at 9 Loaring Road, Bickley.
Not only popular for its wood fired pizza in the evening, this Gooseberry Hill eatery has the fires cracked on a cold winter’s morning for early risers too. Enjoy a tasty brunch, in the enclosed veranda by the pot belly stove. Dogs are also welcome. Read the Buggybuddys review here.
Find Embers at 169 Railway Road, Gooseberry Hill.
Naked Apple Cider House
The Perth Hills favourite Naked Apple Cider House has not one, but three log fires to warm you up! Enjoy a mulled cider over some delicious food, and a tasty kids menu. The cosy venue has a brilliant kids playground too, so be sure to pack the wellies and jackets too. Read the Buggybuddys review here.
Find Naked Apple Cider House at 1088 Brookton Highway, Karragullen.
The traditional Italian trattoria offers lunch with a difference – “Nonna’s Table” and delicious platters. It’s s a great place to visit when the temperature drops. Be sure to book a table by the indoor wood heater and enjoy a cup of home made soup! The kids will love exploring the grounds and playing on the old tractor too. Read the Buggybuddys review here.
Find La Fattoria at 211 Merrivale Rd, Pickering Brook.
Mount Helena Tavern
Take a winter weekend drive the historic pub, just minutes from the centre of Mundaring. The Mount Helena Tavern is full of rustic charm and character. And good news – there’s cosy lounge areas and open fireplaces – perfect for a chilly hills day. Inside there’s colouring in, while there’s a play area in the beer garden. Read the Buggybuddys review here.
Find The Mount Helena Tavern at 900 Keane Street, Mount Helena.
Noble Falls Estate
The rustic Noble Falls Estate has a kid friendly restaurant with log fires in Perth. The winery is set amongst bushland and is home to a cellar door, soap factory and The Wild Goose Café. Here, you can opt to dine in the stunning gallery, a building fully constructed in natural timbers and limestone. It also features a very impressive fireplace. Read the Buggybuddys review here.
Find The Noble Falls Estate at 2927 Toodyay Road, Gidgegannup.
Cosy Restaurants in the Swan Valley
Alfred’s Kitchen quite possibly has Perth’s most famous and popular wood fire, and can be found at the iconic burger joint year round. Crowds congregate by the fire pit, whilst devouring the tasty traditional burgers. The Alfred’s train carriages are also a good spot to enjoy the pea and ham soup – made the same way for decades! Read the Buggybuddys review here.
Find Alfred’s Kitchen at corner of Meadow Street and James Street, Guildford.
The Henley Brook
The Henley Brook, aka “The Hen”, is a family friendly pub and good news – you’ll find a glowing log fire in the heart of the cosy dining room! If the weather is fine, the kids will love playing in the huge outdoor area. Read the Buggybuddys review here.
Find The Henley Brook at 9810 West Swan Road, Henley Brook.
Homestead Brewery at Mandoon Estate
The immense Mandoon Estate has Margaret River vibes. In the Homestead Brewery you’ll a casual atmosphere and inside dining by the huge open fireplace. If it’s not a wet and windy day, kids can play in the fenced and gated playground out in the big beer garden. Read the Buggybuddys review here.
Find Homestead Brewery at 10 Harris Road, Caversham.
Rose & Crown
While a family meal in the shady beer garden is popular, during winter months it’s nice to move inside WA’s oldest pub for some hearty food by the fireplace. Want to bask in the best beer garden? There’s fire pits here too. Read the Buggybuddys review here.
Find The Rose & Crown at 105 Swan Street, Guildford.
Kid Friendly Restaurants with Log Fires in Perth’s North
This cosy northern suburbs pub is full of British charm – especially in cold UK-style weather! Enjoy a Sunday roast carvery with your family, by the roasting wood fireplace. Read the Buggybuddys review here.
Find The Duke at 2 Innesvale Way, Carramar.
The Wild Fig
The Wild Fig is a café/restaurant located on the beach front at Scarborough. In cold winter weather your family will be welcomed by a log fire, dimmed lighting and candles on the table, giving the whole venue a warm, snuggly feel. Read the Buggybuddys review here.
Find The Wild Fig at 190 The Esplanade, Scarborough.
Kid Friendly Restaurants with Log Fires in Perth’s South
King Road Brewing Co
Immensely popular on a sunny day, The King Road Brewing Co is not to be forgotten on a rainy day –there’s a glowing pot belly stove inside. If the weather is fine, but cool, rug the kids up so they can enjoy the brilliant kids playground too! Read the Buggybuddys review here.
Find The King Road Brewing Co at 796 King Road, Oldbury.
Found on the Rockingham foreshore, Lulu’s Café offers a tasty menu and (electric) fireplace. The cosy spot is so handy for the foreshore playground with big pirate ship. Read the Buggybuddys review here.
Find LuLus Café at 15 Rockingham Beach Rd, Rockingham.
There’s plenty of dining spaces for all seasons at the Jarrahdale Tavern. The beer garden has an outdoor fire pit and wood fired pizza oven, while the bar boasts an impressive log fire, which roars alongside the pool table. Read the Buggybuddys review here.
Find the Jarrahdale Tavern at 640 Jarrahdale Road, Jarrahdale.
You may also find fire places at:
The Brook Bar and Bistro, Ellenbrook
Stringybark Winery, Chittering
The Mundaring Weir Hotel
3000 Acres, Wembley
Clancy’s Fish Bar, City Beach
The Left Bank, North Fremantle
Have we missed your favourite kid friendly restaurant with log fires in Perth? Let us know in the comments below!
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