Best Cafes in Busselton

Busselton's finest coffee and cake...

It's fair to say that Busselton has a mighty fine cafe culture. On most days, you'll find the best cafes in Busselton brimful of happy customers dining in or taking away their favourite coffee and quick bites.

Busselton cafes usually open early for breakfast and stay open until after lunch. They're perfect places to catch up with friends, relax with a coffee, complete some digital-based work or to enjoy a casual meal when you don't have a lot of time.

Before you take a stroll along the Busselton Jetty, be sure to make time to visit the best cafes in Busselton and see what all the fuss is about.

Photos by Jennifer Morton

Coffee at The Good Egg Cafe Busselton

The Good Egg

This ever-popular, award-winning, family-owned Busselton cafe is worthy of all the kudos and gongs bestowed upon them since their grand opening in 2017.

The Good Egg serves some of the best breakfasts in Busselton from 6:30am – 11:30 Monday to Friday and all day on weekends. Look for daily lunch specials on the chalkboard and always have a coffee here - it's amongst the best in town. 

Loved for: Great coffee, kids' play area, and a kid-free work zone

Find them: U4, 38-44 Albert Street, Busselton CBD

Open: Daily, except public holidays

Mono Cafe Busselton


If you weren't told about it, you may not even know that Mono exists. Look for their white on black sign and sandwich board on the footpath on Queen Street directing visitors to their hidden cafe and gift shop down the alley beside Coco's Thai.

The garden seating area is lovely on a sunny day or if it's raining, sit inside and read a book from the book exchange shelf. Try a muffin with a coffee or if drinking tea is more your style, you'll find all your favourites here too.

Loved for: Chic garden setting, alley access

Find them: 3/55 Queen Street, Busselton CBD

Open: Daily

Cake at More Cafe Busselton

More Cafe

When laid-back, patch-work is your thing, More Cafe is a must. This casual eatery boasts some of the city's best cakes and desserts. Not only that, but all their food is created with a homemade touch and taste. With a range of delicious and varied meals including waffles, nasi goreng, burgers, soups, and salads, their seasonal menu will always please. 

Loved for: Boho atmosphere, home-style cakes

Find them: 5/65 Kent Street, Busselton CBD

Open: Monday - Saturday

Busselton Bean & Gone

This cafe must be doing well, their shop doubled in size in 2018! Once a hole in the wall for good coffee, mini donuts and bagels, you can now stay for while at their indoor dining room.

Not many places serve good bagels but Bean & Gone does! Look for coffee and bagel combos and grab a freshly squeezed orange juice while you're there.

Loved for: Bagel sandwiches

Find them: 35 Prince Street, Busselton CBD

Open: Daily most of the year

Scones and coffee at The Lockup Coffee House Busselton

The Lock-up Coffee House

You'll find it hard to find a seat here on a Sunday as keen market-goers stop in for a coffee and a serve of their famous scones! Their scones have been a staple favourite here since the beginning of time and even though there are new owners and new staff, the scones live on! Paired with a flat white made from Yahava coffee beans, your morning or afternoon tea is sorted.

This little courthouse cafe in the ArtGeo section of Queen Street is a great little stop on your way to the Busselton foreshore.

Loved for: Scones with jam and cream, historical setting

Find them:  4 Queen Street, Busselton CBD

Open: Daily


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