Cherith Grove Cafe, Gidegannup

Cherith Grove is an absolute must-visit when in Gidgegannup.

Tucked away in the picturesque Perth Hills, this Gidge gem is spread across 8 hectares of land adorned with olive grove, creating a Mediterranean-like ambiance.

During our visit, we were charmed by the cosy restaurant, offering indoor seating and a lovely alfresco setting on the veranda. The view over the lemon trees and old olive oil press is just lovely.

Renowned for their organic olive oil, there’s not been a pressing for a few years, as the trees had been damaged in the devastating bushfire a few years ago. But with olives ripening on the trees, it looks like this year the organic EVOO may make a comeback! On the cafe menu, you can expect breakfast favourites and gourmet woodfired pizzas. In the cabinet there are plenty of house-baked sweet treats, many of which are gluten free too.

Service is friendly and the coffee was good. We shared a couple of cakes, for morning tea. A raspberry brownie, which was deliciously fudgy and moist. Plus a caramel slice covered in macadamias. Both, gluten free.

The cellar door also offers a selection of local produce and crafts available for purchase.

Plus, a free book library when you can leave a book, and take a book.

Don’t forget to take a leisurely stroll around the grounds. Walk through the olive trees, to the peaceful dam.

Keep an eye out for the ducks and geese that call this place home, plus a couple of cute donkeys.

Take in the intriguing history, including a retired olive crusher. The rustic spot is particularly beautiful in autumn and winter.

Cherith Grove Organic Cafe


Be sure to take a side trip to Nobel Falls too.

Country day trips from Perth

This beautiful property, combined with its good, honest food, offers a tranquil day out in the Perth Hils. Cherith Grove is well worth a visit and is a welcome change of pace to slow down and relax.


Find Cherith Grove Cafe at Lot 122 Mayo Road, Gidgegannup.

Open: (correct at June 2023)

Saturday 9am to 3pm

Sunday 9am to 3pm

Find more cafes in Perth here. 

About Amanda Carlin

Amanda Carlin has her own food and travel blog. Established in 2013, through "Simply PERTHfect", Amanda loves getting out and about in Perth and WA. She enjoys brunching, lunching or something a little fancy in equal measures. With her parents in tow, Amanda always has plenty of senior-friendly eating options to recommend. Be sure to check out Simply PERTHfect.

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