The Colourpatch Cafe & Bar is located in the small coastal town of Augusta. The Restaurant's northerly aspect captures the stunning views of the Blackwood River and the township of Augusta. The bar features an early 1960's Albany-built 10-metre yacht, fully restored to its original condition.
Specialising in fresh local seafood, including the famous Ocean Grown Abalone, there is something on offer for every palate.
From breakfast... lunch... dinner...
The Colourpatch licensed restaurant offers an A la Carte menu to enjoy a leisurely dinner by the log fire or you can just pop in for a glass of wine or tap beer at the bar.
Or order from the takeaway menu and enjoy over the road on the banks of the Blackwood River. Cool drinks and ice creams are also available.
The Colourpatch Cafe & Bar
98 Albany Terrace, Augusta WA 6290, Australia
4.2 (603 Google reviews)
Greg Fogarty03 May 2023
This was a lot more than we expected, it's quite a classy restaurant with seating for around 100 with a full bar and great view.
On the other hand, there is takeaway pizza etc so you can take it across the road and enjoy it on the lawn overlooking the bay.
The food and coffee was great and on weekends and school holidays booking a table is recommended. Don't be fooled by the sign on the road saying" last eating house before the Antarctic "....it's very classy.
Eve Evans18 January 2022
Food was pretty good and the staff were really nice and friendly. Pizza was a little overdone, but tasted great. Sliders and prawns were quite small dishes, but definitely good. Big dining area, very pretty. Drinks were great also. Would definitely come back.
Grant Drury-Green09 February 2023
We went to The Colour Patch today, and can not speak more highly of it, nor recommend it more thoroughly! The venue, food, and the view are just gorgeous.
We were told that the venue was recently renovated... and the quality shines through.
Beyond the great setting - the menu and drinks list was diverse and encompassing of most, if not all, dietary requirements... and steps well beyond any sort of 'usual pub fare'! Also, the staff were friendly and efficient... what more could you ask for??
If you are in the area (especially after a visit to the Cape Leeuwin Lighthouse) - you have to stop by.
Kit Teguh15 August 2022
The Colour Patch has the reputation of being the Southernmost eatery before you hit the Antarctics, even though I think you can get a quick bit in the lighthouse a few kilometres down. But we can let this one slide because the food is really good here. I really dig the nautical concept of the place to make it seem like the deck of a ship from outside in.
The portion may not be enough if you're looking for a huge feed, so just order more. There's a good selection of drinks here too, being next door from the wine and beer region. Plus, the views are fantastic outside. The staff was also accommodating even though we came without a booking.
So there's another pro tip for you - make a booking before you head here.