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A Bakers Dozen – 13 Of The Best Bakeries Around Perth

Small Print Baker

A bakery in the heart of the CBD, what more could you want, Perth. While you’re waiting for your espresso-to-go, grab a loaf of their sourdough, multigrain or rye baked in-house every morning. But if you’re too ashamed to bring a baguette back to the office, their pies and pasties are the perfect hump-day treat.

125 St Georges Terrace

Chu Bakery

Nestled on William Street, Highgate, this little bakery packs in a big crowd. Aside from their light and fluffy donuts, they’ve got some of the best organic sourdough around town. But the real winner here is their avo toast with feta whip… the 20 minute wait is totally worth it.

498 William St, Highgate

Mary St

Now with four locations around Perth, getting your hands on a loaf of Mary Street Bakery’s organic artisan bread just got a whole lot easier. Their freshly baked bread is available every day, and goes down well with their salted caramel donuts and chocolate croissants.

507-509 Beaufort St, Highgate


A local favourite in Mt Lawley, Lawley’s Bakery is like bread lovers heaven. Their bread is baked fresh on the premises every day, but if you can’t make it into ML, you can find it at your local supermarket. If you’re taking a loaf of rye home, grab a few danishes for the road.

606 Beaufort St, Mt Lawley

The Woodfired Baker

After recently opening their doors in Maylands, The Woodfired Baker is baking some of the best handcrafted artisan breads, pastries and organic sourdough in Perth. And they’re doing it all in their 100-year-old woodfired oven. Their Freeform Rye is the perfect accompaniment to soups, made from a blend of organic wheat & freshly milled wholegrain rye.

194 Whatley Cres, Maylands

Harvest Boulangerie Patisserie

Next time you’re out at Scarborough beach for a swim and some sun, make sure you check out Harvest Boulangerie. If the smell of freshly baked baguettes isn’t enticing enough, their croissants sure will be.

117b Brighton Rd, Scarborough

Baker St Cottesloe

This little bakery specialise in producing some seriously superior sourdough, and when you try a slice of their organic sandwich sourdough loaf you can really tell. Their bread selection is pretty neat, they’ve got everything from Batard to Ciabatta and even a Raisin and Hazelnut loaf. And their Croissants, Éclairs and Portuguese Tarts are seriously worth the calories.

44 Napoleon St, Cottesloe

Bittersweet Bake

Tucked away in Mosman you’ll find Bittersweet Bake, a bakery with more than just bread. Here you’ll find some of the prettiest cakes (almost too pretty to eat), as well as a selection of takeaway lunch options like baguettes with prosciutto, basil and slow roasted tomato, and quiches aplenty. Grab a loaf for brekky or a sweet treat to-go, and pre-order your birthday cake while you’re at it.

2/130 Wellington St, Mosman Park

Wild Bakery

You may have seen these guys at local Farmers Markets around Perth, slicing up some of their best ‘Wild Sourdough’. But if you can’t make the Farmers Markets in time, then you need to get yourself over to their bakery in Fremantle and try their doughy goods ASAP. Everything they sell is handmade by their bakers using traditional methods. Their bread is naturally fermented sourdough, making it super light without that ‘sour’ taste. Grab a few loaves to take home, and fill up on their pastries (their croissants are insanely good!).

390 South Terrace, South Fremantle

Bread In Common

Besides baking up some of the best hot cross buns around Perth, Bread In Common have got fresh baked loaves every day for you to gorge yourself on after you’ve shared a few of their breakfast dishes in their café. But if you can’t make it all the way over to Fremantle, there’s a few delicatessens stocking their lovely loaves around Perth. To produce some of the purest wood-fired bread, the guys here use a long ferment with a slow mixing technique as well as using specially sourced flour, spice, salt and fruit.

43 Pakenham St, Fremantle


Chez Jean-Claude Patisserie

If you’ve ever driven down Rokeby Road in Subiaco on a Saturday around 12PM, you may have seen a line of people patiently waiting to get their hands on one of Jean-Claude’s lunch-time baguette’s. Trust me when I say these baguette’s are totally worth going in early for. When it comes to bread, this 20-year-old This French bakery has got quite the selection. From crushed rye to potato bread (in case you needed more carbs?) and brioche loaves aplenty.

333 Rokeby Rd, Subiaco

New Norcia

This bakery has been around since the 90’s when they managed to get their hands on a 100-year-old wood-fired oven, so there’s a bunch of history behind your bread. And with over 3 locations around Perth as well as a stall at Mt Claremont Primary School markets, getting your hands on a fresh loaf of authentic sourdough has never been easier.

163 Scarborough Beach Rd, Mount Hawthorn

La Patisserie South Perth

This French Patisserie will transport you to France without the thousand dollar airfare. From the house-made crepes to the tartlets, pies, croissants and coffee, everything here is traditionally French. And when it comes to their bread, where better to grab a baguette and coffee than a French Patisserie.

35 Mends St, South Perth


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