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Great Brunch Spots In Fremantle, Perth

Great Brunch Spots In Fremantle, Perth

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Updated: 28 November 2016
Once considered a quiet backwater in Australia, Perth is quickly becoming a foodie destination, its suburbs containing a great range of cafés nestled in the leafy suburbs or overlooking the Indian Ocean. Freo in particular is developing a reputation for incredible brunches; we pick the best places to go.

Ootong & Lincoln, South Fremantle

Ootong & Lincoln put itself firmly on the Freo brunch map back in 2012 with their zebra-striped building on South Terrace. Known for their healthy brunches and juices, as well as moreish pancakes, Ootong & Lincoln is a must-visit for any brunch lover visiting Fremantle.

Ootong & Lincoln, 258 South Terrace, South Fremantle WA, Australia, +61 8 9335 6109

Brunch at Bib & Tucker North Fremantle
Brunch at Bib & Tucker. Image Courtesy of Catherine Lux | Lux Life

Bib & Tucker, North Fremantle

The brainchild of Olympic gold medallist Eamon Sullivan, Bib & Tucker not only serves incredible food but also has a view to die for. Also excellent for large groups, Bib & Tucker really goes above and beyond to make a special occasion relaxed and enjoyable.

The Attic, Fremantle

The Attic is a gorgeous red-brick café spread over two floors, right in the heart of Freo. This isn’t your average café; it feels incredibly homey with soft couches, exposed brickwork, and rustic wooden beams. The staff are fantastically helpful and there’s an excellent breakfast menu to boot.

The Attic, 16a Bannister Street, Fremantle, Australia, +61 431 750 800

French Toast at Breaks Fremantle
Brunch at Breaks Fremantle. Image Courtesy of Catherine Lux | Lux Life

Breaks, Fremantle

A fabulous no-frills café on one of the main streets, Breaks is cool and quirky with seating indoors and street-side; perfect for people watching. The menu is seasonal, but if it’s on there when you visit, we suggest ordering the French toast.

Breaks, 85 High St, Fremantle WA, Australia, +61 8 9336 6595

Canvas, Fremantle

Nestled in the heart of the Fremantle Arts Centre, Canvas is the ideal place to rest your weary feet after checking out the latest exhibitions or doing some shopping. Set in a quiet and peaceful location in the courtyard, it’s a great place to while away a morning with friends catching up over good coffee and even better waffles.

Canvas, 1 Finnerty St, Fremantle WA, Australia, +61 8 9335 5685

The view from Bib & Tucker on Leighton Beach
The View from Bib & Tucker. Image Courtesy of Catherine Lux | Lux Life

The Pickled Fig, South Fremantle

Part of The Fig restaurant group, The Pickled Fig has plenty of gluten-free brunch options, and is a quirky little place ideal for a relaxed brunch with friends or family. We highly recommend the Grizzly Pancakes or Eggs on Fire.

The Pickled Fig, 21 Ocean Dr, Coogee North WA, Australia, +61 8 9431 7333

Moore and Moore, Fremantle

Just round the corner from Breaks, Moore and Moore serves up delicious food and artisan coffee. Their dates and banana organic oat porridge with ginger and lemongrass yoghurt is a favorite of ours. Sit back and relax in their sun-drenched courtyard while enjoying a sociable brunch and a perfect flat white.