There's something about enjoying pork belly and a pinot in the dining room of an 180 year old gorgeously renovated stone inn that once hosted bushrangers and poets, to makes you feel like you're winning at life. Or how about the personal glory of finding a first class parmie-and-pint under the eucalypts at some country tavern? Or the unutterable delight at discovering honest-to-goodness homemade puff pastry at a hidden bakery in a small town. Or gazing out over rolling vineyards whilst sipping a glass of surprisingly good local wine.
Take a look at all the places to eat in the Perth Hill in the lists below, or contact the Mundaring Visitor Centre for great tips on where to eat.
Bakeries, Cafes and Takeaways
You can't beat a good homemade sausage roll or flaky vanilla slice, right? Especially when it's paired with a good strong cup of well-made coffee. The Mundaring region has so many hidden gems when it comes to bakeries, cafes and takeaways, so check out all the little bakeries and cafés in the Perth Hills, who pride themselves on making good food from scratch.
Restaurants in the Perth Hills
The Mundaring region has some wonderful restaurants, housed in some truly beautiful buildings. The Inn Mahogany Creek, for example, has perched on the side of Great Eastern Highway for 180 years, watching the transport change from horses and carts to sports coupes and electric cars. Once, you'd find bushrangers in the bar; now it's just great food and a jovial atmosphere. It's an amazing building and you can't help but soak up the history in the walls.
Take a look at the charming restaurants in the Perth Hills, and find a warm and inviting place to eat for your weekend visit.
Pubs and Taverns
There are several historic pubs in the Perth Hills which are the perfect place to enjoy a pint and a bite to eat, and so many of these great venues are family friendly. Bring your family, meet your friends and enjoy live music on the weekends, pizza from outdoor wood-fired ovens, playgrounds for the kids to go nuts and some local pubs are even horse-friendly, for when you take a horseriding bush tour!
See a selection of the taverns in the Perth Hills here, and find your next weekend destination.
Perth Hills Wineries with Dining
People are pleasantly surprised to learn we have wineries in the Perth Hills, and some of these hidden gems also offer dining as well as great wines. Check out our list of Mundaring region wineries, and find somewhere to enjoy a long lazy lunch on a Sunday afternoon, with locally produced cool grassy whites and warm rounded reds.
Wineries without Dining
Some wineries in the Perth Hills specialise in producing great wines and selling to the public. Check out our list of wineries and make a plan to stop in at the cellar door for a wine tasting.