There’s no denying Perth has got it going on in the beauty department. From our beaches, to the river, from our parks, to the many gorgeous tree-lined streets, our fair city sure is a beautiful creature.
Perth also boasts some of the most beautiful cafes going around so because we know you love your morning coffee with a side of lust-worthy interiors, we’ve rounded up 14 of Perth’s most beautiful cafes.
The Shorehouse is an absolute feast for the eyes. Copper accents everywhere (including that epic metallic bathtub), one of the most beautiful bars you’ll ever lay eyes on, a gorgeous deck and the cutest hanging chair you’ll ever sit on. The view isn’t too shabby either.
West End Deli
Tucked away in the ‘burbs of West Perth, West End Deli is probably the only place where I’d complain that my take away coffee is made TOO fast. You’ll want to sit back and enjoy the quirky interiors—think chairs hanging from the lights and vintage ladders propped against the wall—so get your coffee to have there and take it all in!
Gill St Cafe
Grab a table outside on the deck and make yourself comfy. Gill St Cafe is as homely as anything (with greenery for days!) and does one of the most epic smashed avo dishes you’ll ever chow down on.
The Old Laundry
It doesn’t matter if you sit out the front at the cute blue tables, at the uber cool tables inside, or out in the leafy green courtyard, there is no denying The Old Laundry is one of Perth’s most beautiful cafes.
Moore & Moore
Tucked away in the most beautiful part of Fremantle, Moore & Moore’s courtyard is probably up there as one of the best courtyards in Perth. And if the courtyard is packed, never fear, the rest of the building is just as awesome. Order from the counter in the oh-so-Fremantle laneway, grab a table in the front room and lap up the copious amount of sunlight pouring in from the street.
Little Way has some of the yummiest food going around, but it’s also one of Perth’s most beautiful cafes. Located in one of Nedlands’ most beautiful heritage buildings, they’ve got some serious #doorporn going on, an amazing courtyard and so much leafy green goodness out the front that you’re sure to forget you’re sitting next to the road.
Bread In Common
There are high ceilings, exposed brick walls (lined with wine #huzzah), long tables and some seriously beautiful lighting going on in this giant warehouse style building. The food is also pretty dang tasty so you’ll never be disappointed!
Think bright whites, plenty of greenery and the prettiest light bue accents. The team at Tiisch don't stop there though, the food is all just as beautiful as the fit-out, order the matcha pancakes if you don't believe us.
All. Of. The Natural. Light. Plus clean and simple interiors, ever-changing art on the walls and super friendly baristas. This cute little cafe is an all time favourite and being dang beautiful is just one of the many reasons.
Gordon St Garage
One of the first warehouse style cafes in Perth, Gordon St Garage was on to something! Unfinished concrete floors, high ceilings, exposed beams and some of the prettiest booths you’ll ever lay eyes on.
Sitting pretty in South Fremantle’s coffee hub, Little Lefroy’s clean but cute interior will have you wanting to linger all day long. Wooden tables, wine bottle light fixtures, crates for shelves and indoor botanicals errywhere!
Tucked away off the main street, Stable Hands feels oh-so Melbourne. This little cafe is light, bright and the fit-out is perfectly minimalist—it's basically a photographer's dream.
Residing in the heritage-listed Moana building in the Perth CBD, Moana Coffee takes it a step above the rest with their prime position upstairs. Take a well deserved break from the hustle and bustle of the Hay Street mall and relax under the fairy lights.
Another epic leafy green courtyard in Fremantle, it’s no wonder that Freo is one of the most popular ‘burbs for a lazy weekend lunch. Canvas is part of the Fremantle Arts Centre, one of Fremantle’s finest heritage buildings, and they dish out some dang tasty low-key noms.
Fremantle wins when it comes to Perth's most beautiful cafes. The Raw Kitchen is another warehouse style cafe with exposed brick walls, plenty of greenery and high high ceilings. The kitchsy decor is what vintage dreams are made of and those burnt organe booths are the best!
Want more? Check out these 50 Perth Cafes You Should Have Had Breakfast At.
Image credit: Nancy Hanna and Louise Coghill