Perth is a city of dog lovers, so it’s no surprise that many of us like to take along our precious pooches for a coffee and “pupachino”. Many cafes in Perth welcome furry friends with open arms. Here’s our guide to dog friendly cafes in Perth.
North of the River
Furbaby Café, Westminster
This café is the ultimate place in Peth to take your furry friend for a frothy coffee or bite to eat. Dogs are welcomed with an array of things to eat (even steak and mash!), there’s a groomer on site and lots of accessories to pamper your pooch too.
Find Furbaby Café at 29/386 Wanneroo Road, Westminster.
Union Kitchen, Mindarie
The Mindarie Marina café is a lovely spot to sit by the water’s edge with a coffee. For your furry friends Union Kitchen provides dog beds, water bowls as well as doggy treats, biscuits and “pupsicles”.
Find Union Kitchen at Mindarie Marina, 33 Ocean Falls Boulevard, Mindarie.
Burns Beach Café, Burns Beach
This ocean side café is very popular with dog walkers, so it’s no surprise to see many dogs siting in the alfresco areas, lapping up a bowl of water. The dog-loving café also offers a ‘Doggy Num Yum’s’ menu with porky ears and more.
Find Burns Beach Café at 35 Ocean Parade, Burns Beach.
Blue Lotus Café, Stirling
If you like to take your pooch along to buy plants, be sure to visit this Waldecks café. There’s a large alfresco dining area, where they can sit on a leash, overlooking fish ponds and blooms.
Find Blue Lotus Café at Waldecks Stirling, corner Karrinyup Rd and Hamilton St, Stirling
Read our review on Blue Lotus Café here.
Bayside Kitchen, Crawley
This riverside spot is a beautiful place to take your dog for a walk, overlooking the city skyline. The café offers alfresco dining and welcomes dogs.
Find Bayside Kitchen at 5 Hackett Drv, Crawley, Perth.
Read our review on Bayside Kitchen here.
The Orange Box
At Leighton Beach there’s a bright orange shopping container that houses a great little café! All the seating here is outside, and it’s found in a small park, making it a perfect stop to stop on the way to the Mosman-Leighton dog beach.
Find The Orange Box at Leighton Beach Boulevard, North Fremantle
Read our review on The Orange Box here.
Found on the fringes of the Swan Valley, Slate Café is one of Perth’s most dog friendly cafes – they even have a fenced dog obstacle course! The Swan Valley spot holds regular dog meet-ups, for specific breeds like “Poodle Days” and “Daschund Days”.
Find Slate Café at12 Dulwich Street (corner of Marshall Road), Bennett Springs.
Swan Valley Café
This Swan Valley gem is a haven for people with gluten intolerances, and vegetarians and now you can even take your dog to dine with you in the leafy outdoor alfresco area.
Find the Swan Valley Café at 990 Great Northern Highway, Millendon.
Read our review on Swan Valley Café here.
Otherwise known as the “macaroon factory”, at Maison Saint-Honoré pooches are welcome to sit with you as you indulge in their freshly baked pastries. There is a quiet walled garden, away from the kids play area. The friendly staff will be happy to open the side gate and let you in – they’ll even fill up a water bowl for your dog!
Find Maison Saint-Honoré at 100 Benara Road, Caversham.
House of Honey
Sweet spot the House of Honey has a lovely outdoor area to enjoy honey ice-cream and other tasty treats with your dog. Be sure to try their delicious honey wine while you’re there!
Find House of Honey at 867 Great Northern Highway (Corner of River Road), Herne Hill.
Read our review on the House of Honey here.
South of the River
Canning River Café, Wilson
This is a brilliant spot to take your dog for post-walkies refreshments. The Canning River Regional Park is a very popular spot for a nature walk and the café welcomes four legged friends with treats and bowls of water in the alfresco dining area.
Find Canning River Café at Corner of Kent St and Queens Park Rd, Wilson.
Moore and Moore, Fremantle
The little “parklet” at the front of the historic Moores building is for dogs (and their owners!) to park up and enjoy a delicious brunch or lunch. It’s a lovely spot to sit under the umbrellas and watch the world go by.
Find Moore and Moore at The Moores Building, 46 Henry Street, Fremantle.
Read our review on Moore and Moore here.
Little Banksia, Kensington
This Kensington cottage has an alfresco area down the side, where you can share a table with your dog. “Dog Parking” is also offered for those who want to grab a take away coffee on the way to Morris Mundy Reserve.
Find Little Banksia at 78 Banksia Terrace, Kensington.
Have we missed your favourite doog-friendly café? Let us know in the comments below!
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