Stickybeaks Playground Café, in the Kings Park Lotterywest Family Area, is one of Perth’s best kept secrets, much loved by local families.
The café has a fenced area – the Ivey Watson Playground – with one main entry/exit to provide some peace of mind for parents enjoying a cuppa while they keep an eye on their little people. The range of play areas and equipment for children under 6 includes slides, swings, climbing structures, a maze, a pirate ship, and a plane.
If you have older kids, Stickybeaks is surrounded by parkland with plenty of space to enjoy ball games, a bicycle path, a space net climber and gazebos. Grab a takeaway from Stickybeaks and picnic while the family plays!
While Stickybeaks has changed over the years, it remains Perth’s favourite family café. The vast majority of the clientele are parents and grandparents with toddlers, although the café is also popular with walking or cycling groups, businesspeople in nearby West Perth, and of course the growing number of tourists visiting the famous park.
Stickybeaks and the adjoining Ivey Watson Playground are part of the Kings Park Lotterywest Family Area, managed by the Botanic Gardens and Parks Authority. Facilities were funded in part through a public grant to the Friends of Kings Park from Lotterywest.
The Ivey Watson Playground is enclosed by fencing, so that carers can easily keep an eye on their children while enjoying the café. Thanks to its perfect location in Kings Park, Stickybeaks also has plenty of space for older kids to run and cycle, or for large family picnics – all catered for!
Catering is available for functions at nearby venues, such as corporate or social events in West Perth.
The cafe opens onto the Kings Park Community Shelter, which is very popular for children’s parties. Again, Jill and Roy are happy to cater for those groups with forward booking.
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