If you’re heading down south and are looking to grab a good coffee or breakfast in the area, we’re here to help…
Classed as the most important meal of the day, there is nothing better than sitting back with your favourite morning coffee or tea, taking advantage of the great scenery the region has to offer, while enjoy some of the best breakfast made from locally sourced produce.
Let us help you discover some of our well known and best kept secrets when it comes to all things “Breakfast”
White Elephant Café
Bring your bathers, line up with locals and be prepared to enjoy one of the best vantage points to enjoy your morning coffee.
Not only does this hidden Margaret River gem deliver on show stopping views the food isn’t bad either. Offering all your breakfast favourites including their Breakkie Burger – a generous serve of egg and bacon with homemade aioli inside a brioche bun, mouth – watering and the perfect start to any day.
So head on down to Gnarabup toss your bathers and towel in the car and watch the morning go by with a 180 degree view of the Indian ocean
Gnarabup Rd, Margaret River WA 6285
Open daily 7:30am – 3pm
Bunker Beach House
Fresh baked waffles drenched in maple syrup and topped with berries. Do we have your attention?
If spotting seals or dolphins frolicking in the waves while enjoying your morning breakfast sounds like heaven, then Bunkers Beach House is just the place to be. Add the breathtaking beach views and coffees made with locally sourced Cape Effect beans along with food that is both delish and melt in the mouth and you’re definitely on a winner.
Open check website for details
If you want a café that delivers the true Margaret River vibes, then you can’t go by the Drift Café. Serving up your usual breakfast favourites, and who can’t pass up a good “Eggs Benedict”? We highly recommend you, continue to explore the menu, which will take you on a journey of some of the best local producers and suppliers our region has to offer.
But, if you’re looking for something special and just a little different you can’t go past their delicious Okonomiyaki or savoury Japanese pancake to you and me,
The pancake on its own is mouth-watering with pickled ginger and finely sliced cabbage cooked within, but it doesn’t stop there, topped generously with slices of slow roast pork belly, slaw, fried egg and sesame seed, it is an explosion of taste you will be coming back for over and over again.
1/72 Willmott Avenue Margaret River
Open 7am – 2.30pm
Boosting sweeping views across Geographe Bay this great family friendly brekky spot will tick the boxes on food and somewhere to let the kids burn off some of that extra energy.
Start your day with some French crepes with berry compote and double cream, a big breakfast fry-up with the lot, or be adventurous and try out the waffles with fried chicken, watermelon, fried egg and maple syrup. Then sit back sip your coffee while soaking in the views of the beautiful calm blue waters and historic Busselton Jetty stretching nearly 2km out to sea.
Geographe Bay Road, Busselton foreshore, Busselton
Mealup only opened its doors a few years ago and has quickly made its mark on the breakfast scene in Dunsborough. A play on words from the beautiful Meelup Beach, Mealup is an enjoyable place to drop in before or after a walk checking out the shops and galleries Dunsborough is famous for.
Fuelling the masses with dishes like ‘The Hulk’, ‘The Wild Child’ and ‘The Babe’, along with plenty of healthy option such as the protein brekky bowl and the ‘Super Hero’ with avocado, dukkha, feta and tomatoes served on Yallingup Woodfired sourdough, you will be guaranteed to leave there well-fed.
Shop 3, 27 Dunn Bay Road, Dunsborough
A short ten minute drive south of Margaret River to Witchcliffe and you will discover this little gem of a café, with a wood fire inside the shop, and a pretty courtyard filled with plants. Everything is made in-house except the bread from Margaret River Wood Fired Bakery, and ingredients are all sourced locally. Try the breakfast tortilla with plenty of scrambled eggs, nitrate free bacon and relish – even the tortillas are made on-site. Coffee made with Pound beans is some of the region’s best; owner Rob Mayberry who used to run Little Willies and The Dancing Goat cafes in Perth is quickly building his Yardbyrd reputation as a must do when visiting the Margaret River wine region.
10413 Bussell Highway Witchcliffe
Affectionally known as the “Fish Bowl” this cafe is a great place to hang out and enjoy healthy eats while taking in the colour and vibes that is the new and improved main street of Margaret River.
With a wide range of nibbles, coffee and other drinks, such as turmeric lattes or local Bahen & Co hot chocolates, Sidekick will be your go-to for that Monday morning motivator or Sunday afternoon sit-down with friends.
5/110 Bussell Hwy Margaret River
Margaret River Farmers Market
Looking for somewhere exciting to grab breakfast? Then the Margaret River Farmers Market is you’re one-stop-shop for everything yummy Margaret River has to offer.
Head to Claudio Biscotti’s and grab a mixed biscuit bag or maybe an apricot raspberry Danish or two from Margaret River Bakery’s stall. Don’t forget to stock up on Margaret River Woodfired Bread, goats’ cheese haloumi, Burnside Organic avocadoes, bacon, free range eggs and more, before grabbing your coffee from Kombi Koffee.
Lot 272 Bussell Hwy
Open Saturday 8am -11pm