Where to eat on the Eyre Peninsula? The small-town cafes with big-city vibes.

Contemporary café culture is something you might associate with big cities. There are so many articles about what’s new and cool on the east coast of Australia that surely no one cares anymore?

You might even associate those popular cafes with some bigger regional centres. Maybe.

But this article covers something you may not know: you can find some pretty eclectic cafes in our regional towns that wouldn’t be out of place in Melbourne! Combining homemade treats with fresh modern favourites and local produce, these venues are comfortable, quirky and well-worth the stop (yes, your smashed avo is on the menu but it’s so much more than that!).

So we’ve decided to highlight four ‘in vogue’ cafes on the Eyre Peninsula, in places you might not expect. Regional towns are cool too you know!

Head to the Eyre Peninsula website to read more about Alicia’s, Bayfunktion Cafe, L’Anse Tumby Cafe and the Pink Door Co.

Follow the Eyre Peninsula tourism blog at eyrepeninsula.com/blog or keep up to date on Eyre Peninsula Australia’s Seafood Frontier Facebook

Images provided by L’Anse Tumby Cafe and Alicia’s.

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