The Best Senior Friendly Waterside Dining in Perth

Waterside Dining in Perth

Are you looking for the best senior friendly waterside dining in Perth? There’s nothing quite like enjoying a meal or coffee with a water view! Whether you’re pushing the boat out with a special sunset dinner, brunch on the Swan River or a coffee by the sea – you don’t need to spend a fortune to have a million dollar view. Here’s the Seniorocity guide to the best waterside dining spots around Perth and Fremantle.


Odyssea in City Beach is one of Perth’s very best ocean side dining spots. With absolute beachfront views, this restaurant is perfect for a sunset dinner or a lazy brunch on a warm, sunny day.

Odyssea City Beach

Address: 187 Challenger Parade, City Beach, Perth.
Read the Seniorocity review here.

Kailis Fish Café

Kailis is a modern café offering the freshest seafood – and the fishing boats are parked at the door! The deck is always heaving with people dining on fish n’ chips by the harbour’s edge.

Kailis Fish Market Cafe Fremantle

Address: 46 Mews Road, Fremantle.
Senior specials: 10% off café menu with senior’s card
Read the Seniorocity review here.

Bayside Kitchen

You’ll get a million dollar view of the city and Swan River from every table at Bayside Kitchen, as well as a tasty breakfast, brunch or lunch. The Matilda Bay café is a gem!

Bayside Kitchen

Address: 5 Hackett Drv, Crawley, Perth.
Read the Seniorocity review here.

Dome Coogee

Port Coogee is impressive in itself, and the Dome cafe has prime position over the marina and beyond. A delightful spot to relax with a cuppa and take in the spectacular views of the ocean.

Dome Port Coogee

Address: Corner Medina Parade and Maraboo Wharf, Coogee.
Read the Seniorocity review here.

Union Kitchen

This café, found at Mindarie Marina is a lovely spot with friendly staff and a stunning view. Union Kitchen also welcomes dogs. Definitely worth popping in for a coffee and something sweet.

Union Kitchen, Mindarie

Address: 33 Oceanfalls Boulevard, Mindarie Marina, Perth.
Read the Seniorocity review here

Bathers Beach House

The vibrant Bathers Beach House restaurant is found behind Fishing Boat Harbour in Fremantle. It’s the only place in the Greater Perth area where customers can relax on the beach with alcohol.

bathers beach

Address: 47 Mews Road, Fremantle.
Read the Seniorocity review here. 

Swell Mullaloo

Watch the waves roll in at Swell Mullaloo Beach, found at the Mullaloo Surf Life Saving Club. The coastal café is a great spot for a tasty breakfast, lunch or dinner.

Swell Mullaloo Beach

Address: 11 Oceanside Promenade, Mullaloo, Perth.
Read the Seniorocity review here.

Clancy’s Fish Bar

The ocean front restaurant has a casual beach shack vibe. Clancy’s Fish Bar’s menu has a big focus on seafood and their platters are not to be missed!

Clancy's Fish Bar, City Beach

Address: 195 Challenger Parade, City Beach, Perth.
Read the Seniorocity review here. 

Jindalee Beach Shack

If you are looking for an easy going, friendly cafe with an amazing view – definitely try Jindalee Beach Shack. It’s perfect for a coffee after a walk on the beach!

Jindalee Beach Shack, Jindalee

Address: Jindalee Boulevard, Jindalee
Read the Seniorocity review here.

8 On the Beach

Boasting glorious views of Rockingham Beach, Eight on The Beach is a spectacular spot for grabbing a bite to eat at any time of day.

Eight on the Beach, Rockingham

Address: 1-3 Railway terrace, Rockingham.
Read the Seniorocity review here.

Burns Beach

Burns Beach Café is very popular with coastal walkers. The bustling café is a great spot for a casual meal or coffee to go. It’s dog friendly and bike friendly too.

Address: 35 Ocean Parade, Iluka, Perth.
Read the Seniorocity review here.

So whether you like to dine by the ocean or the river, you’re bound to find the picture perfect view on our list of cafes and restaurants!

Where’s your favourite water side dining spot in Perth?

About Stella B

Stella is loving retirement! Besides her loves of gardening, reading and painting, she adores spending time with her family and being out and about in Perth. Living in the Perth Hills, her time is often spent brunching with her husband at one of Kalamunda’s many cafes or enjoying a food platter over a glass of wine at a Bickley Valley winery.

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