The Best Perth Restaurants with Play Areas for Kids!

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Imagine the kids having space to enjoy themselves while the adults have their meals. Well, we got you covered! Here's a list of some of Perth's top family-friendly restaurants that offer play areas for the kids to have fun while the parents dine!

Last updated: 17 June 2022

  • Roar Bar & Grill

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Location: 23 Port Kembla Dr, Bibra Lake WA 6163, Australia (access to the restaurant is through the Roar Fitness 24/7 main entrance)
Opening Hours: Mon - Sun, 7 am - 9 pm (kitchen closes at 8 pm)

A family-friendly brewery style dining place that offers the perfect, safe and laid-back environment for the whole family to enjoy! You will enjoy the indoor settings as well as the massive Adventure Playground!

  • Old Coast Road Brewery

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Location: 1238 West Break Road, Myalup WA 6220, Australia
Opening Hours: Thu, 11 am - 3 pm | Fri to Sun, 11 am - 5 pm

Located on a scenic 60-acre rural property, the brewery boasts not only an outdoor play area for the kids but also a mini-golf with 18 of Western Australia's most loved natural icons being featured!

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  • Eagle Falls Spur

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Location: 1387 Wanneroo Road, 6065 Perth, WA, Australia
Opening Hours: Tue to Fri, 5pm to 8pm | Sat & Sun, 11am to 2pm & 5pm to 8pm

Having earned a international reputation for its generous portions of great-tasting, high quality, nutritious and value-for-money food, Eagle Falls Spurs provides the ideal venue for a fun, casual and relaxing family meal out. The kids will love the indoor playground and games consoles. There's also a fully licensed bar so the adults can enjoy an alcoholic beverage or two, while the kids play their hearts out.

  • Sharky‚Äôs Mandurah

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Location: Shop 1 / 4 Zephyr Mews, Dolphin Quay, Mandurah WA 6210
Opening Hours: Everyday, from 10am to 8 pm

If you are in Mandurah and looking to enjoy a good meal, while letting the kids play, Sharky’s is the place to go! The restaurant has a dedicated family dining space that includes TVs and a fully fenced playground. There's also an outdoor dining area where you might be lucky enough to spot a local dolphin!

  • The Crooked Carrot

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Location: Cnr Rigg Rd and Forrest Hwy, Myalup, WA 6220
Opening Hours: Mon to Sun, 6am to 4pm

The Crooked Carrot in Myalup (just north of Bunbury) is totally worth the drive to stay, play, enjoy great food with a quirky twist, and make a day of it! There's also an awesome wooden adventure playground that features nature based play, old trucks/tractors, a toddler play area, a large climbing cargo net, giant chess, some backyard, farm themed musical play, and even a restored Melbourne tram!

  • The Carine Glades Tavern

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Location: 493 Beach Road, Duncraig
Opening Hours:
Everyday, 10am to 12am

The Carine has a large, gated outdoor playground, as well as a mini golf area. The restaurant also has an extensive kids menu with generous serves, plus, kids eat for free on Tuesdays, otherwise all meals are only $12 or $15 with a drink and ice cream.

  • Whale & Ale Tavern

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Location: Corner of Ocean Keys Boulevard and Key Largo Drive, Clarkson
Opening Hours:
Sun to Thu, 11am to 9pm | Fri to Sat, 11am to 11.30pm

The Whale & Ale Tavern has a gated play area outside with tables for families to sit and watch. Their kids offerings are all $10.90 ($13 with a drink and ice cream), and include bangers & mash and junior beef sliders. You can also buy activities bags for $2.

  • Masonmill Gardens [Temporarily Closed]

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BYKidO Note: Masonmill Café, Beer garden, Lodge and Mini-golf are temporarily closed for the Winter.

Location: 40 Masonmill Road, Carmel
Opening Hours:
Sat & Sun, 9am to 4pm

Located in the hills and surrounded by jarrah forests, Masonmill Gardens has a beautiful nature-play playground, a mini 18-hole golf course with a bouncy castle and a fabulous Koi pond for the kids to enjoy. Kids also have a few different breakfast and lunch options (with free juice box), or if they’re feeling a little fancier why not indulge them in a Children’s High Tea?

  • The¬†Herdsman Lake Tavern

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Location: 33 Herdsman Parade, Wembley 6014
Opening Hours:
 Mon to Wed, 11am to 10pm | Thu to Fri, 11am to 11pm | Sat, 10am to 11pm | Sun, 10am to 10pm

The Herdsman Lake Tavern is a popular destination for families with a large indoor play area (which includes a complex climbing tunnel and a large slide), and a regular Kids Eat Free offer every Sunday. 

Their kids menu is also capped at $10 each, with gluten free options for things like fish and chips and chicken nuggets too.

  • Siena‚Äôs Italian

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Location: 115 Oxford Street, Leederville WA 6007
Opening Hours: Mon to Thu, 5pm to 10pm | Fri to Sun, 11.30am to 10pm

Siena's Italian of Leederville offers a very kid-friendly menu and an enclosed playroom for little ones to play in. Located at the rear of the restaurant, it features a climbing fort, balance objects, several mini kids activities and a TV screen ‚Äď so parents can enjoy fine Italian food and an extensive selection of wine with peace of mind.

  • Clancy‚Äôs Fish Pub Fremantle

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Location: 51 Cantonment Street, Fremantle
Opening Hours: Sun to Thu, 12pm to 10pm | Fri to Sat, 12pm to 12am

It’s hard to imagine Fremantle without Clancy's. Like the name suggests, seafood and beer (mostly local, mostly craft) are the kitchen’s main stocks in trade but what also shouldn't be overlooked is the enormous open green field and kids’ play areas that surround the building, in Princess May Park.

While the kids menu ain’t huge (fish and chips or ricotta gnocchi), the meals do come with a free juice, and you can be darn sure they’ll be tuckered out after running around with the other kids on the expansive back lawn.

So which of these family restaurants have been the most interesting for you? Or is there somewhere else that we missed? Do you have a favourite restaurant that your family goes to? Tell us in the comments below!



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This article is prepared by

Leona Quek
Blessed with 3 handsome and loving boys in her life. Two of them call her Mommy, the other calls her Wifey. Every night, she wishes for an early bedtime, but misses her babies as soon as they sleep.

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