Parents love an epic kids’ playground almost as much as their kids! While there are many pubs, wineries, cafes and restaurants in Perth that include outdoor playgrounds – there are a few that are seriously impressive. The bigger, the better we say – these huge playgrounds will keep your little munchkins entertained for hours. While they’re busy exploring, that leaves you to enjoy basking in a beer garden, or eat in relative peace. Check out our ultimate guide here…
Restaurants with Playgrounds – South of Perth
King Road Brewery, Oldbury
Spend a lazy afternoon at the popular King Road Brewing Co, an incredibly popular spot. Popular with young families, there’s a huge playground (with fort, jeep, boat and more!), plus a shaded sandpit, kids’ menu and bouncy castle too. Find out more in the Buggybuddys review.
Find King Road Brewing Co at 796 King Road, Oldbury.
Victoria Park Hotel, Victoria Park
Keep your eye on this spot… we have a NEW review coming very soon! The Vic Park Hotel has just opened an incredible new $2.3 Million beer garden “The Park”, featuring a shiny new shaded soft-play kids playground and an “interactive kids menu”. We can’t wait to find out more about that. We hear the food for the adults is excellent too! Find out more in the Buggybuddys review.
Find the Victoria Park Hotel at 605 Albany Highway, Victoria Park.
Gage Roads, Fremantle
The Gage Roads Brewery is found wedged between the Maritime Museum and Fremantle’s bustling port. In “The backyard” kids will be stoked to find a multi-level playground with converted car and boat! Kids can let their imagination run wild here, whilst parents can watch close by with a craft beer and good food. We love the small details too, like provision of sunscreen, shade sales and kids sized picnic tables on top of the usual amenities. Find out more in the Buggybuddys review.
Find Gage Roads at Peter Hughes Dr, Fremantle.
Roar Bar & Grill, Bibra Lake
With its massive wooden fort, jumping pillow, mud kitchen and family-friendly menu, Roar Bar & Grill is a brilliant spot for a family meal. The Adventure Playground has loads to do for kids of all ages. The centerpiece of the playground is a huge wooden fort, with many nooks and crannies to explore. Find out more in the Buggybuddys review.
Find Roar Roar Bar & Grill, Inside Roar Fitness 24/7, 23 Port Kembla Drive, Bibra Lake.
Birdie Café and Restaurant, Port Kennedy
Birdie café and restaurant, found at The Links golf course, has an EPIC playground (please note the mini golf element is currently closed – April 2022). “The Nest” is a great spot for kids to play. Found opposite the restaurant, making it a great spot for lunch with the family. The huge slide is a load of fun – it’s pretty fast too! Other fun features include a rope bridge, nest swing, stepping logs, sandpits, little tunnels and soft fall rock walls. Find out more in the Buggybuddys review.
Find The Nest at The Links, Port Kennedy Drive, Port Kennedy.
Restaurants with Playgrounds – North of Perth
Finding the perfect coffee catch up spot, when friends and family have children of different ages, can be tricky. Lark cafe in Scarborough is the answer! The fully fenced and gated nature playground, is dominated by a big fort structure, plus there’s a slide, sandpit and more. Find out more in the Buggybuddys review.
Find Lark at 158 Brighton Road, Scarborough.
300 Acres Restaurant and Bar, Wembley
Found at the lush Wembley Golf course, 300 Acres Restaurant and Bar has a brilliant golf-themed playground. As well as a super fun mini golf course, the amazing playground is directly across from the restaurant, where you have a bird’s eye view of your children playing. Find out more in the Buggybuddys review.
Find 300 Acres Restaurant and Bar at Wembley Golf Course, 200 The Boulevard, Wembley Downs.
Biara Cafe, Kings Park
Kings Park’s Biara Café is the perfect family friendly place for a bite of lunch or a coffee catch up. The café is found at the amazing Ivey Watson Playground – you know, the one with fireman truck, pirate ship and castle. Find out more in the Buggybuddys review.
Find Biara Cafe at 10 Kulunga Grove, Kings Park.
Swan Valley Restaurants with Play
Bailey Brewing Co., Henley Brook
There’s a lot of great breweries in Perth that claim to be family-friendly but most of them don’t come close to Bailey Brewing Co! You can easily spend an entire afternoon enjoying the chilled atmosphere while the kids play on the epic nature-based playground. We love the vintage trucks that the kids can actually play in. It has to be one of the best playgrounds at a restaurant in Perth. Find out more in the Buggybuddys review.
Find Bailey Brewing Co. at 9861 West Swan Rd, Henley Brook.
Sandalford Estate, Caversham
One of the Swan Valley’s biggest wineries, Sandalford Estate, has a cool wine barrel themed playground! If you’re visiting the delicious restaurant, the kids will love exploring this spot. The sand-fall play area is dominated by a giant wine barrel, which provides a shady area for sand-play, as well as a ladder that leads to the upper platform where kids can zoom down the slide or climb the wonky logs. Find out more in the Buggybuddys review.
Find Sandalford Estate at 3210 West Swan Road, Caversham.
Playgrounds – Perth Hills
Core Cider House, Pickering Brook
We think Core Cider House has an epic play area, just because of the sheer size of the Cider Garden area where kids can roam and explore. As well as a traditional play area, kids will love to play farmer on the old tractor. The nature play area has big logs to climb and a tunnel. Plus, through the apple trees, kids will find a sandpit. Find out more in the Buggybuddys review.
Find Core Cider House at 35 Merrivale Rd, Pickering Brook.
The Parkerville Tavern, Parkerville
Historic Parkerville Tavern is a very family friendly pub. The playground is guaranteed to keep kids happy with its big green replica tractor, cubby house, swings and old boats. Kids can explore the gardens and will love paying a visit to the friendly emus and sheep that are residents of the beer garden. Find out more in the Buggybuddys review.
Find The Parkerville Tavern at 6 Owen Road, Parkerville.
The Crooked Carrot Café, Myalup
The Crooked Carrot Cafe has a giant-sized playground! There’s plenty of tables overlooking the immense playground, which features a huge climbing frame, nature play, toddler area, vintage tractors and old Melbourne tram. There’s so much to discover, be warned, the kids may never want to leave! Find out more in the Buggybuddys review.
Find The Crooked Carrot Café, at the corner of Forrest Hwy and Rigg Rd, Myalup.
Old Coast Road Brewery, Myalup
Found two minutes off the Forrest Highway, Old Coast Road Brewery is a perfect spot to stop on a family road trip to the south west. Set on 60 acres, while the adults enjoy a boutique beer, kids will love the play area, cubby house and kicking a ball around on the huge lawns – there’s mini golf too! The “Wonders of WA” themed mini golf course is tee-riffic. Find out more in the Buggybuddys review.
Find Old Coast Road Brewery on West Break Road, Myalup.
Swings & Roundabouts, Yallingup
Swings and Roundabouts is a family-friendly winery and restaurant featuring open fires, cosy corners, a huge lawn AND a fabulous nature-themed playground which will keep the kids entertained for hours! Find out more in the Buggybuddys review.
Find Swings & Roundabouts at 2807 Caves Road, Yallingup.
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