Peninsula Farm Café is set in the grounds of the National Trusts’ Peninsula Farm, located on the banks of the Derbarl Yerrigan, in the now urban suburb of Maylands, Peninsula Farm at Wu-rut Woorat is a place of great historical importance to our state.
The café has been reimagined by Danny and Tania Taylor, Maylands residents and the dynamic husband and wife team behind WA’s award-winning BODHI Spa Group and, is a destination café with an ethos of sustainability and simplicity.
“Using organic, seasonal and sustainable local produce, we’ve crafted a menu of mindfully good food & delicious coffee. We are proud to showcase the delights of local artisans and producers, and seasonal ingredients, to bring delicious wholesome food to your plate – in this incredibly beautiful setting,” explains Tania Taylor, new owner of Peninsula Farm Café. “We offer healthful food that looks incredible, tastes amazing, and leaves us feeling happy, all with tranquil views of the river.”
All are welcome at Peninsula Farm Café, with wholesome menu options for kids as well as an interactive wooden playscape, and treats available for your furry friends, who are welcome in the café outdoor area.
“The National Trust acknowledge the customer first approach and wholesome service provided to BODHI Spa customers and know Danny and Tania will deliver the same to the community surrounding Peninsula Farm Café,” said Julian Donaldson, National Trust of Western Australia CEO. “We are looking forward to collaborating with Danny and Tania to develop an even stronger connection between the café and the heritage experience at Peninsula Farm.”
Open 8am to 3pm Wednesday to Sunday, Peninsula Farm Café has ample parking available on site, in addition to disabled parking, toilets and wheelchair friendly access. For people on the go, Peninsula Farm Café also has a convenient coffee window and take away menu.
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