Where to find the best coffee around Fremantle

Kokomo's By Livid Fremantle
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Freo tends to move at a pretty chill pace, but that doesn’t mean it isn’t driven by coffee.

Cruise on down to the Port City and grab a brew at our favourite Fremantle coffee spots.

Best Wishes

Killer coffee? Holy Bagel Co bagels? Best Wishes keeps things simple, but boy does it pay off. Since opening their doors in 2017, this crew has built up a reputation as the best place in Freo to pick up your daily coffee – and in spite of their super-cool branding and merch, you’ll find no pretension here. Genuine smiles, and genuinely good coffee. What’s not to love?

Best Wishes Coffee Fremantle

Shop 9, 2 Cantonment Street, Fremantle

Little Loaf Bakery

We can’t shut up about North Street Store – not that anyone really needs telling at this point. We won’t keep going on and on about it, but their coffee is as good as their other offerings – very good, indeed, whether you’re picking it up from their OG Cott location or their Little Loaf outpost down in South Fremantle.

2/390 South Terrace, South Fremantle

Kokomo’s by Livid

If you’ve pulled into a few closeouts at Scarborough beach or just spent a day on the sand in the past few years, there’s a good chance you’ve grabbed a coffee before or after at Livid Skate Cafe. And in 2022 Livid’s reach extended to the south with Kokomo’s by Livid, continuing to celebrate skate culture and the photography, live music, the art that surrounds it, and of course, excellent coffee.

Kokomo's By Livid Fremantle

Corner Henderson and William Street, Fremantle

Ooh Coffee

There’s something about North Freo… the sun always seems to be shining, everyone’s just a bit more beautiful and carefree… and there, in the middle of it all, is Ooh Coffee. This petite espresso bar, adjoining boutique Ooh La La, is pairing great coffee with easy breezy service that is perfectly suited to its chilled out surrounds.

255 Queen Victoria Street, North Fremantle

Hush Specialty Coffee

Hush has been a stalwart for Freo caffeine fiends for years, and it’s no wonder why. An unending flow of Five Senses coffee keep the morning coffee crowd happy, while those who are after a more leisurely experience can enjoy the crowd-pleasing yet considered menu. Jaffa French toast, WA mushrooms with truffle oil and sourdough, 48 hour beef brisket benny… we’re feeling pretty peckish, how about you?

68 High Street, Fremantle

Good Things Fremantle

While we were sad to see former Freo icon The Attic bid farewell, we were more than pleased to see it taken over by Mosman Park favourite Good Things! Its exposed red bricks, mezzanine level and steel-framed windows are still a massive vibe, the menu is on-point, and their beans by Double Double are still un-matched around town.

Perth's Best New Cafes of 2022, Good Things, Fremantle


16 Bannister Street, Fremantle

The Cool Room

Slightly further afield towards East Freo lies the Cool Room. At the crossroads of two suburban streets, next to vintage store Old Values, it’s hard not to feel pretty charmed by the mish-mash of retro Formica tables, plants and brightly coloured umbrellas. It’s as unpretentious as they come, yet out of their tiny kitchen they manage to serve up coffee and food that can rival Perth’s best.

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Shop 2/114 Holland Street, Fremantle

Roasting Warehouse

If there’s one city who cares more about their coffee than Perth it’s Melbourne, so Roasting Warehouse‘s origins from the “cultural capital” of Australia are the first sign you’re on the right track. The second sign is you sitting on the patio of their excellent South Freo location on a not-too-warm spring morning enjoying some of their premium house-blended beans.

Roasting Warehouse South Fremantle

312 South Terrace, South Fremantle

Most of these spots also serve up great food, but if you’re looking for more good stuff check out Fremantle’s best cafes.

Header Image Credit: Kokomo’s by Livid