24 January 2022
Looking for something to see, do, or eat in Bullsbrook? Here’s our full list of Bullsbrook’s best venues, activities and meals:
Bullsbrook’s best pancakes from Tailwinds Café
Tailwinds Café has been a popular social hub for Bullsbrook locals since it opened in 2020. The café overlooks the Ki-it Monger Brook and is the best spot to grab a coffee after a visit to the Kingsford Nature Playground.
Tailwinds Café is located on Brookbank Drive next to the Kingsford at Bullsbrook Sales Office. To find out more visit the Facebook page here.
Bullsbrook’s best parmi from The Mean Bean Diner
The Mean Bean Diner is a family friendly roadside eatery located along Bullsbrook’s main shopping strip. Open for breakfast, lunch and dinner the diner serves up a huge range of generously portioned comfort classics.
Visit The Mean Bean Diner at 2538 Great Northern Highway, Bullsbrook. Check the Facebook page more for details.
Bullsbrook’s best picnic spot at Walyunga National Park
Spanning 1,800 hectares across the Darling Range, Walyunga National Park is home to an abundance of rich Indigenous mythology and tree-filed valleys. The main attraction is the flowing Swan River, which flows into rapids followed by deep pools as it winds its way through the parkland.
Parking for Walyunga National Park can be found along Walyunga Road. For more information including facilities, entry fees and maps, visit the Department of Parks and Wildlife website here.
Bullsbrook’s best playground at the Kingsford Nature Playground
The Kingsford Nature Playground is a brand-new community space filled with a range of traditional and natural elements, situated alongside the Ki It Monger Brook.
The playground is located on Brookbank Drive, across from the Kingsford at Bullsbrook sales office with parking available onsite.
Bullsbrook’s best pub at Chequers Red Roof Bar and Grill
The family owned and operated Chequers Red Roof Bar and Grill, is a popular spot for Bullsbrook locals to meet and grab a bite to eat while enjoying regular sessions of live music.
Drop by the Chequers Red Roof Bar and Grill at 2543 Great Northern Highway, Bullsbrook. Visit the website here for more information.
Bullsbrook’s best snaggers from Bully Butcher
Bully Butcher is a traditionally butchery with its flagship store open in Bullsbrook. The butcher is known for sourcing local, high-quality produce and its unique range of flavoured sausages.
Pop into Bully Butcher at 7/2529 Great Northern Highway, Bullsbrook. Check the website here for details.
Bullsbrook’s best family day out at Outback Splash
Outback Splash is a family water park and maze located right in the heart of Bullsbrook. It’s open all year round put is most popular in summer when families from all over Perth flock to cool off on hot days.
Visit Outback Splash at 1635 Neaves Road, Bullsbrook. For more information on opening times, bookings and attractions, visit the website here.
Bullsbrook’s best glimpse of history at Bullsbrook Museum
Bullsbrook Museum is a destination of heritage status housing a collection of historical displays. Everything exhibited has a link to the Bullsbrook and has been aggregated from families living in the area.
Stop by the Museum at 22 Turner Road, Bullsbrook. Be sure to check the Facebook page for more details.
Bullsbrook’s best walking trail at Ki It Monger Brook
The newly revegetated Ki It Monger Brook has not only become the go-to place for Kingsford residents to get active, but also for the entire Bullsbrook community.
The brook runs along Brookbank Dr in Bullsbrook with parking available at the nearby Kingsford Nature Playground.