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It’s bun season, which means indulging in way too many hot cross buns in the lead up to Easter. Whether you like them with dried fruit, choc chips or just plain, these delicious spiced sweet buns are everywhere this time of year! Here are 10 Perth bakers who are busy baking buns.

General Public

If you like traditional sourdough hot cross buns, then head to this Scarborough favourite who are baking them fresh daily. They’ve also amped up their choc chip offering for those with a sweet tooth, with a double choc chip bun. Yes, please!

5/19 Doric St, Scarborough


North Street Store

Obsessed with their cinni buns? Wait until you try their hot cross buns. These guys are busy working on their classic style hot cross buns, which are set to hit the North Street Store shelves on March 15th – mark it in the diary!

16 North St, Cottesloe


The Woodfired Baker

The Woodfired Baker crew are all over it this Easter with two types of hot cross buns; traditional and organic sourdough. Like their infamous sourdough bread, the hot cross buns are woodfired, of course, in their 100-year-old woodfired oven.

194 Whatley Cres, Maylands


Chu Bakery

We all know that Chu Bakery can do no wrong when it comes to baking tasty treats, so you know their glossy hot cross buns are going to be mouth-watering. Next time you’re there, be sure to grab yourself one…or two. They’re available from 9.30am every day leading up to Easter.

498 William St, Highgate


Mary Street Bakery

Have you tried a choc orange hot cross bun? All your favourite Mary Street Bakery locations are serving traditional hot cross buns and choc orange flavoured hot cross buns. Why choose between a Mary Street donut and one of their hot cross buns when you can have both?

Empire Village Shopping Centre, City Beach



Strange Grains

If you’re vegan or searching for a gluten free option, then these are for you. Strange Grains in Shenton Park are a gluten free bakery and are serving hot cross buns in traditional and chocolate flavour.

197 Onslow Road, Shenton Park


Lawleys

The choc chip hot cross buns from Lawleys are even better when toasted or whacked in the microwave. Expect bursts of gooey chocolate and a soft bun. Like many bakeries, Lawleys wholesale their hot goods, so you can find their hot cross buns all over Perth.

347A Cambridge St, Wembley


Wild Bakery

It’s the hottest place to get fresh bread in South Fremantle and now you can get some piping hot buns as well. They’re taking orders before Tuesday 30th March, so you don’t miss out on enjoying their fruit hot cross buns over the Easter holidays.

346 South Terrace, South Fremantle



Miller and Baker

Another bakery serving up chocolate orange hot cross buns is Miller and Baker, who are baking these sweet buns alongside their traditional spiced fruit bun. All buns are made with 100 percent freshly milled WA flour.

6b, 236 Lake Street, Perth


Sorganic

Follow the smell of freshly baked hot cross buns on Rokeby Road and you’ll end up at this Subiaco bakery and café. Sorganic has a solid reputation for fresh sourdough breads and now they’re serving house baked hot cross buns that are fluffy, glossy and delicious.

273 Rokeby Road, Subiaco