Words by Amber from wheeliegoodperth
As a wheelchair user or a person with a mobility device it can be difficult to find venues for brunch, I have done the necessary research for you to find the most accessible and yummy brunch spots in Perth. Here is my top 10 accessible brunch cafes north of Perth for 2022:
This suburban café has everything you could possibly want or need for brunch in the way of food and drinks. From their famous pancake stacks to traditional bacon and eggs. The coffee here is also one of a kind that you can get in a bowl because you can never have too much coffee. From ACROD parking out the front, an inviting ramp and flat entry way Elixir is fully accessible. An accessible bathroom is also found in Elixir – just ask the friendly staff where to find it. No need to make a booking just wheel into Elixir and they will fit you in, although there maybe a wait this café is worth the wait.
BONUS: Elixir is also dog friendly so bring your pup and order something special for them too!
3 Rocca Way, Wanneroo
Maison Saint Honore
Looking for something sweet for brunch? This French café is a must try for all your sweet treats from their famous Macarons and numerous other sweet treats including croissants, you won’t be disappointed or left hungry. ACROD parking out front, and flat easy pathed entry into Maison Saint Honore makes this café easily accessible for everyone. An accessible bathroom is also indoors just ask the friendly staff where to find it. Sit inside or outside your choice but bookings are recommended especially on weekends as they do get busy.
BONUS: You can buy pre packages macarons as a gift or a treat for yourself to take away for later!
100 Benara Road, Caversham
Village Café has ALL DAY Breakfast no need to get up early for this one, Village Café also has high tea available but bookings for high tea are essential. ACROD parking is easily found within Whiteman Park and there are paved pathways all the way to The Village Café. Sit inside or outside of Village Café and order yummy brunch favourites like eggs benny or a pancake stack. An accessible bathroom can be found outside Village Café or go for a wheel around Whiteman Park and find other accessible bathrooms along the way.
BONUS: You can bring your furry friends with you.
Whiteman Park Village, Whiteman Park
Pitcher And Iron
Undercover ACROD parking with a flat pathed entry into Pitcher And Iron makes this close to the city yet suburban café accessible to everyone. Bookings are recommended especially on weekends as they do get busy. The perfect brunch spot when you are wanting a sweet waffle fix and great coffee. Choose your type of waffle, choose the flavours you love, and you will be treated to the best waffles in Perth.
BONUS: Monthly specials available on waffles check out the pitcher and iron menu for their monthly special. An accessible bathroom can be found outside the café just ask the friendly staff for the keys.
1/23 Railway Parade, Subiaco
ACROD parking can be found at the back of this bustling neighbourhood café. Wheel around to the flat entry of Laneway Seven and be greeted by friendly staff and seated inside, choose your favourite brunch dish from savoury to sweet and add a delicious coffee your brunch is complete. Laneway Seven is spacious and has table service. Wheel to the back of Laneway Seven to find their accessible bathroom.
BONUS: If you are in a rush ring ahead and Laneway Seven will have your takeaway coffee and food ready for you to pick up when you arrive.
U7/42 Main Street, Ellenbrook
ACROD parking is easy to find up near the surf life savers club – take the lift down to ZOIE Café where you can sit inside or outside. The view at this stunning café is beautiful Scarborough beach is one of Perth’s best beaches. On the menu at ZOIE you will find everything from avocado Ttoast to pancakes and waffles. A family owned and operated café within Scarborough that is inviting to everyone. The accessible bathroom is found at Scarborough beach just a short stroll from ZOIE Café. Wheel around Scarborough Beach after your delicious brunch at ZOIE then head back to ZOIE for the best gelato North of the river.
BONUS: During the warmer months ZOIE holds a Sunset Session from 5pm Fridays and Saturdays – BYO drinks and enjoy the sunset at Scarborough beach with family and friends.
171 The Esplanade, Scarborough
The House Of Honey & Sticky Spoon Café
ACROD Parking right out the front – wheel inside the flat entry to sit inside or outside. Choose from Denvonshire Tea for one or two or their delicious pancake stack. Feel like something savoury? There are plenty of options including the croissants and bagels (see their fridge for more delicious delights). After your brunch don’t forget to look around inside the house of honey shop, try the numerous honeys available for taste testing and wheel across to where you will also find mead tasting. You can take home so many different delicious products or pick up a present for a loved one.
The accessible bathroom is located outside the house of Honey and is one of the most artistic bathrooms you will ever see with paintings of bees, and interesting facts writing on the walls. Bookings are essential especially on weekends as they do get busy.
BONUS: Mondays are for seniors.
867 Great Northern Hwy, Herne Hill
This tropical café will take you to an island in Indonesia that Western Australians love called Bali while having brunch. ACROD parking is right out front and wheel inside the flat entry to be greeted by lovely staff. Bookings are essential especially on weekends as they do get busy. An all-day menu is available at Chinta Café with classics such as a big breakfast or avocado on toast. For something sweeter try the Banoffee French toast or the classic French pastries. The accessible bathroom can be easily found near the kitchen.
BONUS: Wheel around Chinta and see all their beautiful homewares and Bali themed products for sale.
29 Scarborough Beach Rd, North Perth
Champagne & Gumboots
ACROD Parking can be found at the front, or the back of the building and Champagne & Gumboots is easily accessible from the ramps and flat entry. Wheel inside and find every sweet treat you could ever want. From cupcakes in every flavour imaginable to profiteroles and even Devonshire tea. Have your sweet treat with one of the best coffees you will find in Perth. Sit inside or outside – this spacious Swan Valley Café has room for everyone. Follow the massive sunflower to the accessible bathroom with a mirror at the right height.
BONUS: Champagne & Gumboots is Coeliac Australia-credited, so tell all your friends with gluten allergies it is time to check out Champagne & Gumboots!
5/660 Great Northern Hwy, Herne Hill
Betty & Dave’s Espresso + Kitchen
ACROD parking can be found right out the front and wheel inside to be delighted by the old wood floors and welcoming atmosphere. Sit inside or outside and enjoy all your brunch favourites from classic eggs
on toast and for the sweet tooth Jaffa waffles. Coffee at Betty & Dave’s is a must with your brunch –
you will love it. Extra yummy food can also be found in their cabinet. An accessible bathroom can be
found near the kitchen just follow the delicious smells of food and coffee or ask the friendly staff.
BONUS: Betty & Dave’s serves all day breakfast until 2pm daily.
817 Beaufort Street, Mount Lawley
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