Black Cockatoo Cafe, Kojonup

Black Cockatoo Cafe Kojonup – A perfect and possibly not so common stop off on a drive from Perth to Albany. Our mummas bladders caused us to stop here and discover a very cute cafe with clean toilets. The scones were delish!

Black Cockatoo Cafe, Kojonup

It is also next to the Visitor Centre, Art Gallery and outside there is a Rose Maze, Wig Wams another places for the kids to explore. A great place to stop in with the kids!

Black Cockatoo Cafe, KojonupBlack Cockatoo Cafe, KojonupBlack Cockatoo Cafe, Kojonup

Location: 143 Albany Hwy, Kojonup
Opening Times: Mon to Fri 9am to 3pm
Sat & Sun 8am to 3pm
Kid Friendly: Yes
Pram Friendly: Yes
Mode of activity: Eats, exploring, kids activities
Contact details: kodjaplace.com.au
www.facebook.com/The-Black-Cockatoo-Cafe

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Tash & Linds
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About Tash Triscari

(or Tasha, Tashie, Nash, Nat, Natash, oi! and hey you!)

I don’t quite know how to begin this?

When I had my little girl I stopped working (I was a desk loving Settlement Agent) and like almost every other mumma out there, I committed to a Mothers Group where you gathered at a cafe. I quickly learned that babies don’t like cafes (surprise!) and I can’t enjoy a coffee in a cafe with my baby because I was so self-conscious of how inconvenient I became to other people around me.

It then became apparent how much money was wasted on coffee and cake that went cold and got smooshed by baby hands *sigh*

So I started meeting friends for walks instead and wow how the dynamic changed!

No more glancing around checking for rolled eyes over hungry or upset babies!

Anxiety Gone! Money Saved! (Husband off my back!)

The feeling was so blissful it had to be shared; insert Mummies Who Walk!

Walking with friends changed to walking and meeting new friends to hiking and exploring to messy plays in nature to mums nurturing themselves. It is amazing what nature and exercise can do for a mum who is inadvertently staying inside. Benefits are not just limited to mums.

Children that grow up on farms have less asthma and fewer allergies because they are in contact with a variety of microorganisms from plants and animals.

Prolonged stay outdoors promotes eye health (I type staring at a screen through my glasses).

Nature play significantly improves all aspects of child development including physical, cognitive, social and emotional.

Do I go on?

Thus I had discovered (and I’m sure I’m not alone here) a way for mums to connect with other mums anxiety free, a place where children can grow in a natural way and get this, it’s FREE!

Also, do you know how many waterfalls we have in Perth! A lot!

My little girl is older now and I am working again, so I don’t get as many opportunities to organise group meet ups, but there’s plenty to see over at our Instagram page

Stalk my page. Get inspired. Start your own meet ups.

Meet other inspirational Mummas and inspire some yourself!

So this in its shortest is me, and I would love to meet you too one day.

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