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Fre-Jac French Bakery

Monday - Wednesday: Closed
Thursday - Friday: 8:00 AM until 6:00 PM
Saturday: 4:00 until 8:00 PM
Sunday: 3:00 until 6:00 PM
3/14 Burler Dr, Vasse WA 6280
Located in Vasse Business Park between the Vets and the Printer. You will find Fre-Jac Bakery behind Green Construction.
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Fre-Jac Bakery is an authentic French Patisserie located a short drive from both Margaret River and Busselton. Fre-Jac offers a wonderful selection of bread and pastries produced by hand just like in Paris.

Pastries such as croissants, pain au raisin, apple turnover, strudel, pecan and twists and traditional bread including baguette, sourdough, pochon (traditional buckwheat sourdough) fig bread, white loaf, brioche and fougasse are all available.

All Fre-Jac pastries and bread is additive, GMO and preservative free and made with high quality ingredients imported from France or sourced locally.

Fre-Jac Bakery in Vasse is former Parisians Roselyne and Jean-Marie’s passion.  Here they handcraft their authentic French pastries and bread using local produce and imported ingredients from France.

Roselyn and Jean-Marie originally settled in Balingup and opened a Restaurant & Bakery.  The business expanded quickly with people coming from far and wide to enjoy the French flavours. As the Bakery expanded, the couple decided to relocate Fre-Jac Bakery to Vasse in 2012.  Since then, Roselyne & Jean Marie have been providing customers with fresh products made with French flour and free from additives & preservatives.

You can find them at the Fre-Jac French bakery or at Farmer's Markets all over the south west.  Have a look at the calendar on their website for more information.

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Good pastries. But the Belgian waffles are dry and crumbly: avoid (and that's a Belgian saying this)! When I told the owner he wasn't happy and rude... katsucath
We call past every sw trip for the waffles. Best i have eaten in Australia. Kathryn Batchelor
Great food and service at the French Bakery, Frejac Ken Ward
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