A family guide to where to eat, stay & play in Perth

A family guide to where to eat, stay & play in Perth.

Where to eat in Perth with kids


Go to this community farmer’s market to buy bacon and egg wrappers (the school parents give you to raise funds), and let the kids ride on the bouncy castle ($3) and the free kids’ activity table (starting at 9:30). There are also smoothies, donuts and gingerbread men, and you can eat fresh fruits and vegetables. Sometimes there are pet farms, face painters and puppet shows. There are no less than four playgrounds around the grass. 

Address: Kyilla Park, Cliveden St &, Union St, North Perth WA 6006 


Clancy’s Beach Bar is Suitable for early risers, open at 6.30 in the morning, serving breakfast rolls, mini waffles and an outdoor coffee shop. It is about 5 steps away from the playground and only 10 meters from the sandy beach. This cafe is next to Clancy’s, a popular fish and chip bar with a relaxed atmosphere and incredible sea views. Inside, the little tongs will love colourful beach chairs and decorative ocean-themed ceilings. For a more refined breakfast, please walk across the parking lot to the Odyssea terrace (a squashed avo is great). 

Address: 195 Challenger Parade, City Beach WA 6015 


The brewery is good at keeping kids busy so that parents can enjoy their liquid amber, and Fremantle’s famous brewery, Little Creatures, is no exception. Pass through steel vats and the bustling open kitchen at the rear, overlooking the fishing harbour. Find a play pit filled with slides, blocks, truck toys, and small objects and crosses. Country fries always win, and parents should order meat kabobs. 

Address: 40 Mews Rd, Fremantle WA 6160 


Mandoon Estate is a lush and spacious Eden on the outskirts of Perth. The industrial district gives way to the vineyards, where everyone can find something suitable for them. Families with young children will be drawn to Llawn, which is dotted with picnic tables, opposite an enclosed playground (picnic rugs are also provided) and an art gallery. You can order pizza, fries, and picnic food at Spit Hut (yes, Dad, there are barbecues on the weekends). Or reserve a table at the bustling Homestead Brewery and enjoy burgers, pizzas, and bar food. 

Address: 10 Harris Rd, Caversham WA 6055 


This huge bar next to the new Optus Stadium in Perth is known as the largest bar in Australia. Tips for yourself: Before you enter, send your mobile phone number on little Johnny’s arm. We recommend Riverside Terrace (bring sunscreen) for parents who want to eat quietly while watching their children on the Burswood Park playground opposite. There is also a family-friendly lawned beer garden with Giant Jenga. Kid’s burgers and fish and chips are obviously the most popular. 

Address: 1 Roger MacKay Dr, Burswood WA 6100 


You can buy double copies here. There is the exquisite island Market restaurant in pale pink and white wood overlooking the Indian Ocean, which serves exquisite Middle Eastern cuisine, or the casual partner restaurant Canteen, which exudes the aroma of fish tacos and hot fries. Everyone has eaten murals or takeout. The Island Market has a sunken area for children to play (toys have been removed since COVID19) and an outdoor area with a dining table; the boxes of chicken with toast and cheese are comparable to the ones with fish and chips. I found a canteen under the same roof, next to the playground and coastal walkway. Both attractions allow you to enjoy the beautiful Perth sunset from your circus seat. 

Address: 364 W Coast Dr, Trigg WA 6029 


Hidden in the old warehouse is a series of vendors serving hot burgers, wood-fired pizza, Asian street food and ice cream, and a small beer next door de it Factory and winery (also fun for adults, right?). Go straight to Airstream’s silver caravan – Dumplings Perth is run by former MasterChef contestant and meatball pro-Brendan Pang. Adults will like the Sichuan chicken dumplings, while the kids will like the crispy pork wontons. Check the opening hours of the independently managed venue, and there is a spacious floor for children to walk around. 

Address: 2/1 James Street Corner Beach y, James St, Fremantle WA 6160 


The first Ritz-Carlton hotel in Australia The hotel is fresh and pleasant, suitable for children. In addition to providing teepees and treasure hunts for younger guests, the hotel’s children’s menu can also allow adults to spend a special evening. Hearth (elegant restaurant-reserved seats) and Songbird (lounge bar with high views of Elizabeth Quay-sitting on the deck outside) share an easy-to-handle lamb chop and easy-to-make chicken nuggets menu, fries and spaghetti. Should we mention the banana split dessert without sauce? For kids unlikely to be sedentary, the hotel offers afternoon tea gift baskets to go, including coconut lamington, honey mousse, and passion fruit muffin. 

Address: 1 Barrack St, Perth WA 6000 


Stop arguing about taste and save a few pennies on Chicho’s tasting flight; family-run, we think this is Perth’s best ice cream place. A single flavour egg cone costs $ 5, but a five-flavour tasting flight costs $ 17 and covers the whole family. Trust us; you must try the pistachios, caramelized fries and white chocolate macadamia made from scratch. Wow, try anything; this is all great. 

Address: 180 William St, Northbridge WA 6003 


Superstar Waffles is located in the narrow arcade of the modern and rough Northbridge, which feels very street. But even the coolest kids will feel knee weakness once a hot plate of customized waffles is placed on them. Go all out to eat cream, banana coffee or chocolate fudge, or eat something healthier and full of fresh fruit (well, ice cream). Tim Tam Slam may put the children into a coma, but my goodness, those banana puddings and melted chocolate puddles are worth it. 

Address: 8/189 William Street Arcade, Northbridge WA 6003 

Where to stay in Perth with kids


Although Deluxe and Superior Double Rooms are the first choices for Crown Towers Perth families, they are equipped with free Wi-Fi, on-demand movies and a TV in the bathtub, making bath time a breeze. Very easy, resort-style. Facilities here include Royal Attraction, including family movies at the lagoon pool, waterslide, outdoor cinema, and bike rental. 


This family-friendly hotel is located on the eastern edge of the central business district. The rooms are bright and airy, with yellow, pink and light green throughout, including the iconic Family Room with a double bed and bunk. Beds. The sunny Eastside Social Restaurant and Bar offers a children’s breakfast menu, as well as pizzas and burgers throughout the day. 


This elegant northbridge lock is perfect for families, with the option of a private wing with two connecting rooms. The real winner is a bunk room with four bunk beds, a private balcony, reading lights, and a flat-screen TV with free movies. There are plenty of dining options near the surrounding hood, like Lil’ Toast face’s kid’s favourite toast. 


Just a few minutes walk from the Central Business District, 

Peppers features well-lit connecting family rooms, ample space, free Wi-Fi, Foxtel and digital channels, and a fitness centre. Childcare services are also available upon request. The Stage Bar & Kitchen on the ground floor serves a child’s favourite breakfast, such as French toast. 


Crown Metropol is a gigantic boutique hotel that makes you love it. Families can use all the facilities of Crown Perth Resort, including a resort-style swimming pool, water play area and waterslide. There is also an indoor swimming pool and a children’s room with games and toys. The deluxe twin room can accommodate a family of four. 


Where does this 4-star city centre hotel start? How about an activity pack for children upon arrival, family rooms with connecting double rooms, or wristbands that children receive discounts and free entry to local attractions? Oh, kids 12 years and younger can stay and eat for free. 


Families staying at this Swan River hotel can enjoy connecting rooms with high-definition TVs, free Wi-Fi and iconic DoubleTree by Hilton brand Sweet Dreams bedding. Views of the river can be enjoyed from the rooftop swimming pool and the on-site restaurant Reel Kitchen.

What to do in Perth with kids


Happy Birthday Play School, Wanneroo Library and Cultural Centre

Until 14 August

When first exhibited at the National Museum of Australia, “Happy Birthday Game School: Celebrating 50 Years” marked the birthday milestone of this iconic ABC children’s television show, which was first aired in 1966. Now, this wonderful travelling exhibition has come to Western Australia, giving you the opportunity to see artifacts from the show spanning 50 years, including characters like Little Ted and historical props including Rocket Clock.

Ancient Greeks: Athletes, Warriors and Heroes, WA Museum Boola Bardia

20 June – 7 November

Children fascinated by ancient civilizations will have the opportunity to witness one of them come to life in this successful British Museum exhibition. The exhibition displays approximately 180 extraordinary objects, including examples of Greek armour, sculptures and coins.

Under The Dome: Cinema Experience Presents Whale Super Highway, WA Maritime Museum

Until 3 September

This immersive movie experience was created in collaboration with Fremantle Prospero Productions documentary company. The specially produced documentaries are screened on a unique 22 curved dome, combining the natural world, history, science, technology and adventure story takes on a vision of Western Australia. You are now examining the Whale Super Highway, which follows humpback and blue whales along the coast of Western Australia for 6,500 kilometres to Antarctica and back again.

The Winter Village, Ice Cream Factory

Until 5 September

As a perennial family favourite in the cold months, The Winter Village appears every year in Australia. Also operating in Melbourne, Brisbane, Adelaide and Parramatta, it will debut at Northbridge Ice Cream Factory in Perth in 2021. Enjoy an outdoor mountain activity, including ice skating, showers, a pop-up bar and kitchen, and the magical igloo village.

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Dunsborough incorporates the laid-back atmosphere of Margaret River, charming beaches, and a love of all food and beverages, making it the best package in the area. An ideal day trip here includes swimming or snorkelling in the blue waters, then having lunch and visiting the city’s bohemian boutiques, and then walking along the coastal path of Leeuwin Naturaliste National Park to Cape Naturaliste Lighthouse. If you have time, many wineries in these areas pride themselves on being family-friendly. 

Cervantes/Jurien Bay 

It is located on the Coral Coast of the state, you can start a day trip here in advance, so you have time to appreciate the two natural wonders of the region-the Pinnacles, in Lampang National Park The ancient limestone pillars discovered and the original Jurien Bay Marine Park are rich in wildlife, including the famous brave sea lions. 


Depart from Perth, an hour’s drive to the green Chittering area, explore charming rural towns such as Brampton, Murcia and Wannamar, collect produce at the door of your farm and orchard, and visit your winemaking Plants, generally appreciate the pristine scenery of shrubs and wetlands… If you visit in spring, you can enjoy the amazing wildflower show here. 

Swan Valley 

Sit on the outskirts of town and stop at the Swan Valley Visitor Center for directions and tip sheets on one of the fun family driving routes, or plan your own adventure. Visit the strange taxidermy museum, see live bees at the Honey House, load up on Margaret River Chocolate Company, and budget for a few hours for Whiteman Park, where kids can ride the tram and visit the tractor museum. 


Rockingham is located in the southwest of the city centre, just 45 minutes by car, there are enough attractions for you to visit for a few days. Many of its attractions revolve around the waters in the city limits. The Shoal water Islands Marine Park is located just 500 meters from the coast and is rich in oceans and birds. Take an interactive dolphin tour to see the wild dolphin populations that inhabit the limestone islands here or see the work of little penguins on Penguin Island. There are also many cafes and restaurants to enjoy with the family. Peel Estate Wines is worth a visit to buy a bottle of Chardonnay. 

Head to Northam for a hot air balloon ride or show the kids the starting point of the public silo walk, whose large-scale artwork revitalizes the old barn and town of Wheatbelt with colour and fun.

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