Mount Hawthorn


Soak up some funky village vibes in the chic leafy streets and bohemian laneways of Mount Hawthorn, one of Perth’s favourite weekend hangouts for eats, drinks, foodie markets and boutique browsing.

From the busport in central Perth you can take a 20-minute ride to the village hub, or a 10-minute drive by car, via Northbridge and Leederville. If you’re cycling it, the shortest route, along Charles Street and Scarborough Beach Road, is just under 20 minutes.

The locals affectionately refer to Mount Hawthorn’s shady streets and laneways as their ‘living room’ and they’re home to some of Perth’s most talked-about coffee and brunch spots, restaurants, late-night small bars and lively weekend markets. Head for pretty little Beaux Lane to enjoy a multi-cultural melting pot of bites under the fairy lights.

There are also some top browsing opportunities on offer in the boutiques, from on-trend accessories to artisanal baked goods.

Take a stroll down Kalgoorlie Street, and you’ll find the sweetest memorial to the ANZACs who lost their lives in the tragic Gallipoli landing. ANZAC Cottage was built by the community in one day on February 12, 1916, as a home for a returned wounded soldier and his family.

Be sure to check out the events calendar, headlined by some of Perth’s hottest local talent and, if you’re visiting in the summer months, don’t miss the Streets and Lanes Festival.

Quick Facts

Mount Hawthorn is a suburb of Perth in Western Australia. It is located approximately 4kms from the capital Perth covering an area of 2.443 square kilometres. Mount Hawthorn has a recorded population of 7547 residents and is within the Australian Western Standard Time zone Australia/Perth.

If you are planning a visit to Mount Hawthorn we’ve put together some of the things nearby that you can see or do while you are here. These include, places to stay, tours and attractions, some upcoming events and places where you can grab a meal. Go ahead, try one of the buttons above. Every destination has something worth seeing so start exploring… If you know Mount Hawthorn and think we’ve missed something, let us know and we’ll share it here.