Early Sunday morning on our cycling travels, we decided to stop for breakfast at Il Lido. I’m not sure if it’s because we are out and about cycling more these days, however, I’m noticing a decent bicycle culture in Perth – both road and off-road. Weekend mornings are especially good around the Freo area and along the …Read more »
Returning from our short Munda Biddi trip a couple of weeks ago, we have been keenly talking about finding some mountain biking trails closer to Perth. A quick google and we came across the Kalamunda mountain bike circuit located only 40km from Perth city in the Kalamunda hills.
The circuit comprises of over 40km of trails for …Read more »
Computer work has been sending us a little crazy lately. Seeking some fresh air and a little bit of adventure, we decided to get on the bicycles this weekend for a pedal around Perth. Winter may appear to be an unlikely time to be outside, however thanks to Perth’s mild weather it’s probably the best time. …Read more »
Following our cycle last weekend, we were keen to do it all again. This route was shorter with an extension to the portside town of Fremantle.Read more »
Rising somewhat at an early hour, well for a Sunday morning that is, we made our way to Propeller in North Fremantle for breakfast and a much wanted coffee. Propeller opens from 7.00am which is great as most places tend to open later on the weekends. It was also nice to get in before the …Read more »
Little Bird Café on Lake Street is one of my favourite cafes in Northbridge and not just for the coffee and food. It’s a cafe with ambiance and a quaint courtyard alfresco area where you can enjoy Perth’s mostly mellow weather.
While I tend to shy away from the weekend brunch hour, Little Bird does open from …Read more »
Every so often, Dad and I meet over a cup of coffee. I love taking him to new places and he’s always keen to step out of the zone of familiarity and comfort which is great. Today it was Bread in Common, a cafe and bakery on Pakenham Street in Fremantle.
Bread in Common, with …Read more »
Moore and Moore Café is located on Henry Street, opposite Notre Dame University in the west end locality of Fremantle. The café on the ground floor is the welcoming point of the Moores building, there are six unique individual exhibition spaces for hire and they are often utilised for exhibitions and creative projects or collaborations.
Where in Claremont can you sip a hot coffee with a scenic and peaceful view? We may have found the perfect little place at the Lake Claremont Golf Course called Lake Espresso. The location is indeed somewhat hidden from the street when turning off Davies Road. It is an easy 5 minute walk from the Claremont train …Read more »
This past Sunday morning despite the imminent threat of rain and wind we took a chance and hopped on the bicycles for a leisurely cycle intending to indulge in a cake breakfast at Choux Cafe.
The Claremont area is great for cycling, long wide roads and bicycle paths are easy enough to speed along and the …Read more »
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