Sugar & Spice Patisserie – Joondalup Shopping Centre

On the ground floor of the vast shopping centre at Joondalup outside Myers there is a quaint French inspired coffee and cake stall. I guess that is what you would call it. I believe they refer to it as a boulangarie, where ready made sandwiches and quiches, etc are also available apart from traditional patisserie … Continue reading Sugar & Spice Patisserie – Joondalup Shopping Centre

Moments Cafe – Joondalup

Joondalup has a vibe like no other city I can think of. Modern, youthful, spacious CBD, suburbs, coastal living, lakeside living, academic, business parks, rail corridor, laid back, and peaceful. The youthful CBD has all the infrastructure in place now, and for future expansion, for government services, university, health campuses, police academy, commercial, retail, parks, … Continue reading Moments Cafe – Joondalup

Aboriginal Bush Traders – Lyon’s Cottage

On the Darwin Esplanade is one of the oldest remaining heritage buildings in the main city area. Dating from the 1920s, Lyons Cottage was built in connection with the phone line that once linked Australia to Great Britain. It is wonderful building constructed from local porcellanite stone in the architectural style of so many British … Continue reading Aboriginal Bush Traders – Lyon’s Cottage