Looking for senior friendly places to dine in the Perth Hills? You’re in luck – the Perth Hills are alive with the sound of eating! The hubs of Kalamunda, Mundaring, Roleystone and the Bickley Valley all have so much deliciousness to offer. Many of these places also offer rustic charm, good value for money and easy access for seniors too. Whether you love a country-style pub, winery or tasty brunch spot, these eateries are sure to tempt your taste buds.
Core Cider House
The original Perth Hills cidery has something for everyone – good food, locally made cider, beautiful orchard views and you can even enjoy a game of bocce. A lazy afternoon spent in their cider garden is time well spent!
Find Core Cider House at 35 Merrivale Rd, Pickering Brook.
Read more here… www.seniorocity.com.au/core-cider-house-pickering-brook
Mason and Bird
The food at café Mason and Bird is exceptional. Found next to the Kalamunda Library, at the Zig Zag Cultural Centre, this spot satisfies our brunch cravings every time!
Find Mason and Bird at 7 Williams Street, Kalamunda.
Read more here… www.seniorocity.com.au/mason-bird-kalamunda
Found in the foothills, near Roleystone, this spot on the Canning River is so picturesque. Sit outside in the beautiful gardens or inside by the cosy fire. This restaurant is family friendly with a fenced children’s play area and you can even take your fur babies! Avocados offers a seniors menu too.
Find Avocados at 2 Mount St, Kelmscott.
Read more here… www.seniorocity.com.au/avocados-perth
In what was formerly the local Commonwealth Bank, is now Italian eatery the Vault. This family-friendly restaurant is great for groups and the hearty food is very tasty and reasonably priced.
Find The Vault at 21 Haynes Street, Kalamunda.
Read more here… www.seniorocity.com.au/the-vault-kalamunda
This Bickley Valley winery offers stunning views over their vineyard, which is best enjoyed with a glass of wine and a food platter. Their cellar door is a great place to stop for a wine tasting drive around the Perth Hills too.
Find Hainault Estate at 255 Walnut Road, Bickley.
Read more here… www.seniorocity.com.au/hainault-estate-bickley-valley
Jack and Jill
Jack and Jill is another popular Kalamunda coffee spot that has all your favourite brunch dishes on its menu. There’s always some taste bud tempting treats on the counter and their fresh baked friands are a favourite of mine.
Find Jack and Jill at 18B Haynes Street, Kalamunda.
Read more here… www.seniorocity.com.au/jack-jill-kalamunda
This historic pub is cosy in winter and a lovely spot on a sunny day too, when its huge beer garden comes to life. The pub food is good quality – tasty, unpretentious and good value – offering seniors lunch specials for $17, Monday to Friday.
Find The Parkerville at 6 Owen Road, Parkerville.
Read more here… www.seniorocity.com.au/the-parkerville-tavern
Another hills winery that’s well worth a visit is Due Jolly. The rustic spot has platters, heaped with tasty morsels and $5 glasses of wine! Due Jolly is only open on weekends it can get busy, so it’s best to call to book a platter. Under the cellar door you’ll also find a quaint antique and curios shop.
Find Due Jolly at 165 Merrivale Road, Pickering Brook.
Read more here… www.seniorocity.com.au/due-jolly-winery-pickering-brook
Naked Apple Cider House
The Perth Hills’s newest cider house has hit the ground running. Open for brunch, nibbles and lunch, the cider house is in a beaut bush spot, with the fresh smell of gum trees and the sound of Kookaburras laughing away. Find a table in the shady grounds or in the cosy cottage.
Find Naked Apple Cider House at 1088 Brookton Highway, Karragullen.
Read more here… www.seniorocity.com.au/naked-apple-cider-house-karragullen
Elevated Grounds is a lovely little cafe on the main street in Kalamunda. Great for a cuppa with friends or brunch after a trip to the Sunday farmers market.
Find Elevated Grounds at 22 Haynes Street, Kalamunda.
Read more here… www.seniorocity.com.au/elevated-grounds-kalamunda
Do you have a favourite cafe or restaurant in the Perth Hills? Be sure to let us know!
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