It’s safe to say we’ve all missed travelling down south and weekend brunches, so why not combine the two and enjoy a sit-down brunch in Margaret River?

As cafes are still restricted by how many people they are allowed to seat, either give them a call to check availability, or get in early to avoid waiting for a table. The team at the Margaret River Visitor Centre are continuously updating its website with cafés, wineries and shops starting to reopen in the region. Check out here.

Here a few spots open during the long weekend allowing you to take a load off and enjoy your meal.

Drift Café

In the heart of the Margaret River town, the beautiful lime green Drift Café sits just opposite Memorial Park. Open from 8am-1pm every day, they have just brought in a new winter menu, featuring a goat’s cheese tart and ricotta hotcakes. There is also a kid’s menu available the little ones. Seating is quite limited and there is a 1-hour time limit for dine in guests, so give them a buzz to check availability.

(08) 9757 2237

1/72 Willmott Ave, Margaret River

The Sea Garden Café

Located beachside in beautiful Prevelly, The Sea Garden Café is only 10 minutes from the townsite of Margaret River and is offering both dine-in brunch and takeaway over the long weekend. The fully licenced venue will be open from 8am to 7.30pm on Friday to Sunday, and 8am to 2pm on Monday. They offer fresh smoothies and yummy breakfast options, as well as pizza on the weekend from 12pm onwards. Bookings are needed for dine-in meals, especially during peak times, so give them a call or contact them via Facebook to secure a spot.

(08) 9757 1044

9 Mitchell Dr, Prevelly

Facebook @seagardens, Instagram @theseagardencafe

Margs Café

Open all long weekend from 8am to 5pm, the Margs Café has a recently renovated seating area, fit with fairy lights and jungle-like plants. Brunch options include waffles and mushrooms on toast, with plenty of sweet treats like homemade muffins baked daily.

0433 052 303

49 Town View Terrace, Margaret River (inside The Village shopping complex)

Facebook @margscafe



Situated on the town’s main street, Riversmith has reopened their full kitchen for dine-in meals from 8am to 3pm, offering breakfast and lunch. On public holidays they only offer takeaway, so you can grab an on-the-road snack until 12pm. This beautiful garage-turned-café prides themselves on serving local ingredients. Bookings are not required but are welcome, so don’t miss out dining at this iconic café. If you are planning on extending your long weekend, please note that Riversmith is closed on Tuesdays.

(08) 9757 3311

122 Bussell Hwy, Margaret River WA

 The Urban Bean

 The Urban Bean is a colourful little café with plenty of vegan and vegetarian options, open every day from 7am to 2pm along Bussell Highway. While they are still only serving takeaway meals, they’ve said you are more than welcome to sit inside their café and utilise their tables and chairs. It is a great option for those preferring veggies over meat.

(08) 9757 3480

157 Bussell Hwy, Margaret River

Facebook @urbanbean

Blue Ginger Fine Foods

About a kilometre from the town centre, Blue Ginger Fine Foods is a café, delicatessen and whole foods market. Currently their dine-in meals are only offered from their cabinet, but this is full of croissants, muffins, sausage rolls, paninis and soups. They have takeaway meals like risotto and curries they can heat up for you if you’d like to still dine-in. On Saturday they will be open from 8.30am until 2pm, and on Monday from 8.30am to 2.30pm but remaining closed on Sundays.

(08) 9758 7619

7/31 Station Rd, Margaret River

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