White Elephant Beach Cafe, Gnarabup

Almost four years to the day, after first falling for Gnarabup’s White Elephant Beach Cafe in 2019, I finally made it back to one of my all-time favourite brunch spots.

This trip to Margs was different. I swapped lazy lunches at leafy wineries, for rugged coastal terrain and lounging on sandy south-west beaches. Mr H and I were staying at the brand new Unyoked tiny cabin, so we just HAD to drop by White Ele for a brekkie (or two!).

I’m always blown away by the pretty as a picture seascapes in this region of WA. And especially that there aren’t many spots where you can dine by the sea. The incredible view, great food and good vibes is what makes White Elephant so popular! In saying that, we never had to wait for a table.

We grabbed a wooden bench table for a front row seat to the stunning views over Gnarabup Beach. White Elephant serves up hearty breakfasts and lunches, plus great coffee.

There were plenty of shaded outside tables, there’s also space indoors for when it gets a bit breezy in cooler months.

White Elephant Beach Cafe – The Menu

The breakfast menu at White Elephant Beach Café includes bircher muesli, Spanish eggs, brekky burgers and more. Service is minimal but very friendly. Orders taken at the window and drink orders picked up via buzzer from the main serving counter. There’s a good range of coffee, tea, smoothies and juices too.

White Elephant Café, Gnarabup

Back in 2019, I loved the cafe’s smashed pumpkin on toast ($24).

White Elephant Café, Gnarabup

I was stoked to see it’s still on the menu. Served with fresh avocado, feta, two runny poached eggs and spiced pumpkin seeds – it’s delicious.

Mr H was equally as happy with his brekkie go to – scrambled eggs and bacon.

On our second visit, I chose the yummy avo on toast. I don’t mind a veggie dish, but I couldn’t resist adding a (generous) side of bacon.

Both mornings, we headed off with full tummies, for a few hours on the beach!

At “White Elly” the food is as delicious as the view. We both relished every bite of our dishes. I can’t imagine a trip to Margs without including this gem. Be sure to check it out.

Get more info on White Elephant Beach Cafe, Gnarabup here – www.whiteelephantcafe.com.au

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