Zamia Cafe enjoys a casual but striking setting overlooking the lake and picnic areas of the May Drive Parkland with excellent food and service.

Zamia Cafe

Zamia Cafe is an energy efficient cafe utilising the latest building techniques to conserve energy and minimise greenhouse gas emissions. The cafe has many innovative features including solar-powered heating systems, skylights and integrated photovoltaic technology.

Zamia Cafe is open for breakfast and lunch seven days a week. Zamia is renowned for the freshness and variety of its food and this is a result of all menu items being prepared and cooked on site. The Cafe also provides a large range of cakes, coffees, ice-creams, cold drinks and take-away foods.

Operating hours

COVID-19 Update: In accordance with Australian Government directions, food and beverage outlets in Kings Park have modified trading hours and capacity. We strongly recommend you contact the individual providers for the most up-to-date information.

8.00 am - 4.00 pm (Monday - Sunday)

*Open every day of the year except Australia Day, Christmas Day and Boxing Day.
*Closing time may vary due to weather conditions.
*Friends of Kings Park card holders receive a 'personal' 10% discount.

Accessibility

Wheelchair access and pram access. Disabled parking and toilet facilities provided.

Contact details

50 May Drive, Kings Park WA 6005
Phone: (+61 8) 9388 6700
Fax: (+61 8) 9388 6700
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Website: www.zamiacafe.com.au
Location map: May Drive Parkland

 

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