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Amelia Park Restaurant

Monday: 11:00 AM until 5:00 PM
Tuesday: Closed
Wednesday - Saturday: 11:00 AM until 5:00 PM
Sunday: 8:30 AM until 5:00 PM
3857 Caves Rd, Wilyabrup WA 6280
  • Bar
  • Breakfast
  • Cafe
  • Licensed
  • Local Produce
  • Lunch
  • Outdoor seating (beer garden, alfresco)
  • Private function or dining room(s)
  • Table service
  • Dine In
    Dine In
  • Fireplace
    Fireplace
  • Open for Business
    Open for Business

Tradition | Craft | Quality

The family-owned and run Amelia Park Restaurant is where down to earth service, a sophisticated setting and honest food meet – all for exceptional value. To dine here is to experience Margaret River the way one should: through locally-sourced produce, expressive wine and quintessential vineyard views.

Amelia Park Restaurant is the product of a perfect romance: that between a passionate front of house expert, an inventive chef, and quality dining. Owners Blair and Renee Allen have a joint resume spanning more than 30 award-studded years in the hospitality industry. With a Premier’s Award and 6 Gold Plates under their belts from their time at Yallingup’s Studio Bistro and Dunsborough’s Piari & Co. The husband-wife duo opened Amelia Park Restaurant in 2017 in the heart of Wilyabrup, and started a new food family. 
 
Head chef Blair and his sous chef Kim Daegyeon run a kitchen dedicated to showcasing fresh ingredients, with a woodfired oven and grill burning local Jarrah for heat and flavour at its centre. Blair’s bistro-style food is crafted from local produce, some from the restaurant’s own garden. The result is intensely flavoured food designed to share. 

Led by Renee, the front of house team run a knowledgeable and down to earth service. Locals and visitors alike are greeted as regulars by staff that have been around since the beginning. Restaurant manager and wedding coordinator Naomi Garcia brings customers five-star service, while supervisor Olivia Edwards manages staff with a perpetually smiling face. 

The team are family. They welcome you to dine with them at Amelia Park Restaurant. 

Weddings & Special Events

With incredible vineyard views, sensational food and wine, warm hospitality, Amelia Park is the ultimate wedding venue. 

Get married in the vineyard. Celebrate with delicious food and award-winning wines in the restaurant. Whether you are planning an intimate gathering, or an elaborate sit down or cocktail reception, the team would be delighted to tailor a menu and drinks package to suit you. 

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Google Reviews

03
Oct
2020
We visited this locals/tourists hot spot for lunch. Excellent freshly made food with a great view of vineyard. The decor is on glamorous side. A bit of disappointment was that although we asked the appetizers to come first followed by the mains (the waiter asked if we would like to do so and we just said yes) , they all came all together. We needed to eat in a hurry as we were told that there is another appointment after us. Aside from that overall it was great experience. Ayaka I
12
Jul
2020
Absolutely incredible. Fantastic service and delicious food. The onion rings were a standout! The winner greens were a good addition to the fatty lamb which was tender and flavourful. The cauliflower on the side of the lamb was also a great touch and still had a crunchy, smokey bite. The only negative was the wine list. After visiting a lot of wineries, their offering was overpriced for an average variety of wines. Mel Scott (Melscottyy)
23
Oct
2020
Stunning restaurant and view. Food was top notch. You have to book ahead though. Jennifer Elias
17
Sep
2020
Unfortunately not our best experience at this great venue. Menu was limited, no seafood as a main option. Service was very slow (had to top up own drinks and sat with messy plates on table). Disappointing for this usually great venue Alicia Martino
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