Zamia Café, Kings Park

Zamia Café, Kings Park

There are a few dining options in Kings Park, from the high-end Frasers, to casual cafes. Our favourite has to be Zamia Café, which is located at the stunning Synergy Parklands. It’s a lovely spot for a central meet up with friends over a coffee or casual lunch.

Zamia Café, Kings Park

The café is open breakfast and lunch, seven days a week. The open dining area overlooks the lush lawns and there are alfresco options.

Zamia Café, Kings Park

The popular spot often gets busy at peak times, so it’s best to book ahead. But with plenty of staff, we’ve never experienced long waits.

Zamia Café, Kings Park

Zamia Café offers a good range of dishes on its menu, with lots of fresh food made in-house.

Zamia Café, Kings Park

As well as the menu, be sure to take a peek in the display cabinets. We were at Zamia for afternoon tea and found some delicious freshly baked cakes and slices to devour.

Zamia Café, Kings Park

We enjoyed a freshly baked apple crumble.

Zamia Café, Kings Park

And a gluten free caramel slice, along with a cuppa.

Zamia Café, Kings Park

I was visiting Zamia Café with my grandson in the school holidays, and it caters well for children of all ages, with a kids menu, highchairs, colouring in and of course the fantastic playgrounds opposite.

Zamia Café, Kings Park

If you can’t find a table or would like to dine picnic-style in the park, the café offers a kiosk style takeaway area serving coffee, soft drinks, snacks and lunch options. The café also offers catering, handy if you are holding a celebration in the park. Platters can be ordered from the café at least 4 days in advance.

Zamia Café, Kings Park

Zamia Café is a beautiful spot for a cuppa or a meal amongst the beautiful Kings Park gardens.

Zamia Café, Kings Park


The Details

Address: 50 May Drive, Synegy Parkland, Kings Park.

Telephone: 9388 6700


Parking: Yes a sealed carpark, and street parking too.

Disabled Access: Yes, ACROD parking and toilet facilities.

Grandchild friendly: kids menu, highchairs, colouring in and playgrounds opposite.


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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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  1. […] go. There are also several casual cafes – the Botanical Café at the main Fraser Avenue Precinct, Zamia Café at May Drive Parklands and Sticky Beaks Café at the grandchild friendly Ivey Watson […]

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