Author: Alexandra Murfett

Where it concerns the perfect Mother’s Day brunch spot, Fremantle serves up some truly beautiful breakfast fare. Venture off the Freo “cappuccino strip” and explore charming alfresco dining available for brunch on Mother’s Day with our top picks below.

 

 


Bib and Tucker

Bib and Tucker’s alfresco dining area offers sweeping seaside views and the chance to be close to nature. With a range of healthy and delicious brunches, unique cocktails and latte variations, this venue is perfect for a relaxing Mother’s Day.

 

Propeller

Dine on Propeller’s outdoor terraces and nestle up in the leafy alfresco space in the heart of North Freo’s village. Specialising in modern Middle Eastern food, Propeller combines fresh Australian produce with flavours of the Middle East. Keep an eye out for the toasted gingerbread for brunch.

 


Moore and Moore

If you have an appreciation for cosy courtyards, don’t look past this Freo classic. Moore and Moore is shared with an art gallery showcasing emerging artists’ works, with a thoughtful and quiet ambience. Crafted around sustainably grown local produce and seasonal foods, this homestyle menu is designed to make you (and Mum!) feel satisfied.

 

Duck Duck Bruce

Duck Duck Bruce is another worthy corner of Freo that features courtyard dining, healthy brunches and a dog-friendly garden. The café is known for its punny sense of humour, with dish titles ranging from “We’re all going on a summer hollandaise” to “Pineappley ever after”. Started by three friends over a bottle of tequila, this quirky café’s ethos is much more than just quality ingredients; encouraging the sharing not only of meals, but of good conversation.

 

Cos Baby

Family-run Cos Baby offers a comfortable alfresco dining area overlooking Pakenham Street in Freo – the perfect location for brunch in the sun. Here you can enjoy locally sourced seasonal ingredients, wholesome food and organic coffee, as well as the certainty that most of the packaging used in-house is biodegradable and carbon neutral. Plus, the café has recently been equipped with a unique nitro cold brew tap – a must-try for Perth coffee lovers.

 

Check out more brunch spots in Fremantle below.


Image Credit: Fremantle Story, Tripadvisor, Finespun & Urban Adventures.
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