The Margaret River Region has got it all from breathtaking beaches to iconic wineries and stellar surf.

With so many activities and adventures at your fingertips, you’ll need a good solid feed each morning to fuel your fun. The good news is that with the epic line-up of cafés and coffee shops dotted around region, this coastal hotspot has got you sorted.

Take your pick from these incredible Margaret River and Cowaramup breakfast spots.


With its delicious specialty coffee and killer bagels, Sidekick has got the early AM goods. Whether wandering through the centre of town or popping into IGA for a shop, Sidekick is the perfect spot to grab a quick coffee on the go. Pair that cup of joe with a savoury muffin or almond orange slice. This cool café has got java even the pickiest of coffee snobs will love, not to mention the famed The Holy Bagel Co bagels. Opt for the Everything bagel with jalapeno cream cheese for a spicy way to start your day.

Coffee Sidekick Cafe Margaret River
Get your morning kick sorted at Sidekick. Photo: Elements Margaret River


Smack dab in the middle of main street, Riversmith is an open and bright eatery specialising in scrumptious breakfast and brunch, served up 7 days a week. With plenty of tables and lots of space, this is the perfect place to bring the whole crew. With savoury staples like Poached Eggs & Bacon and Tomato Shakshuka as well as a cabinet full of homemade delicacies, Riversmith is the ultimate place to kick off your weekend. Plus, the central location makes it ideal for sitting back and watching the world go by.

Riversmith Cafe Margaret River
Riversmith is an open and bright eatery. Photo: Supplied

Drift Cafe

You can’t miss Drift Café, a cosy breakfast spot set just off the main drag in the converted Old Shire Library on Willmott Ave. Partly because it’s got a bright yellow exterior, but mainly because it serves up some seriously delicious food in a homey, casual setting. With a healthy and wholesome menu, there is something for everyone, even fitness fanatics and health nuts. The menu covers breakfast classics like Eggs Florentine and Avocado Toast, as well as epic vegan and paleo options. This café pulls out all the stops to make sure anyone who walks through the door can have a yummy, balanced breaky.

Outside seating at Drift Cafe, Margaret River. Supplied.
Drift Café provides a healthy and wholesome menu. Photo: Supplied

The Hairy Marron

Head to where all the sporty types grab some morning grub, The Hairy Marron. Located right beside Rotary Park, at the intersection of the region’s most spectacular trails, it offers house-made cakes, freshly baked muffins, and some savoury treats. If you are looking to rent a bike for the day, you can grab your rentals after a coffee and then hit the tracks for an action-packed day. The folks in the shop have all the best recommendations as well as trail maps.

The Hairy Marron
The Hairy Marron is located at the intersection of Margaret River's MTB trails. Image: Shot By Ovis

Margaret River Farmers Market

Stroll to the Margaret River Farmers Market on a Saturday morning to peruse the stalls showcasing all the best local farmers, producers, and bakers. With the Local Squeeze’s fresh juices, bakes goods from Krissini, Maëlys Macarons, Margaret River Bakery and Harlequin Desserts’ delicious doughnuts, plus a few less conventional breakfast options like Má Là’s mouth-watering dumplings or Mario’s Garden Produce’s giant, cheese-filled arancini balls, there is plenty to choose from.

Margaret River Farmers Markets
So much delicious choice at Margaret River Farmers Market. Photo: Supplied

Blue Ginger Fine Foods & Café

Missed the Saturday market? Check out Blue Ginger Fine Foods & Café for a gourmet breakfast, it’s a hidden treasure trove for serious foodies. Then browse the local and international treats and treasures that fill the shelves, it’s the largest gourmet delicatessen in the South West.

Coffee being made at Blue Ginger Fine Food
Blue Ginger Fine Foods is the largest gourmet delicatessen in the South West. Photo: Supplied

The White Elephant

Feeling peckish after an early morning swim at Gnarabup? Head to the newly renovated The White Elephant for a Brekkie Burger or Spanish Eggs with some of the best views in the region. Sit outside on the terrace, perched right where the sand meets the sea and sip coffee while taking in the beautiful scenery and fresh ocean air. Speaking of breakfast views, a stone’s throw from Gnarabup you’ll find.

White Elephant Cafe Breakfast Gnarabup
Beach views at The White Elephant. Photo: Supplied

The Sea Garden

The Sea Garden Café, strategically located high up on the ridge, marked by its iconic surfboard fence and Indian Ocean vistas. They’re one of the only licensed venues in Margaret River with ocean views, so we say – bring on the mimosas.

Views at Sea Garden located in Prevelly
The Sea Garden overlooks the Indian Ocean. Photo: Supplied

Gourmet Food Merchant

Gourmet Food Merchant is Cowaramup’s very own hidden gem for all things fine foods. This gorgeous shop has all manner of gourmet fare, gifts, and local treasures that run the gambit from chutneys to ceramics, to home wares. While you shop, indulge in a freshly brewed coffee adorned with a flourish of latte art. If you are hungry, opt for a breakkie toastie or delicious homemade cake.

Gourmet Food Merchant Cowaramup
Head to Gourmet Good Merchant, Cowaramup's own hidden gem. Photo: Supplied

The Berry Farm

For a berry-packed brunch that all members of the family will enjoy, head to The Berry Farm. A kid’s paradise, The Berry Farm has a dedicated children’s menu, playgrounds galore, berry-picking, and cuddly farm animals. The menu features all the freshest produce topped with homemade berry-filled condiments. For those with a sweet tooth, try the Buttermilk Pancakes, Boysenberry Pie or Adult Ice Cream with Berry Farm Liqueur. While those looking for a savoury start to the day, opt for a Sausage Roll, Seasonal Vegetable Tart or the famous Beef and Red Wine Pie.

Grab some berry nice pancakes at The Berry Farm. Photo: Supplied

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