Dining options on the Augusta main street range from baked goods at the Augusta Bakery and Café, fish and chips from the OG café or Blue Ocean Fish & Chips, hearty pub meals at the Augusta Hotel, and breakfasts and Japanese-inspired lunches from Thousand Sun’s Café. Of course, you can travel further afield to experience the many wineries and local flavours.
The Colourpatch Café and Bar on the Blackwood River is an established Augusta restaurant with incredible views of the inlet where the ocean mixes with the freshwater of the Blackwood River. The restaurant was recently refurbished and boasts a bar constructed from a 10-meter 1960s Albany yacht. Watch families stroll by, kite surfers soar, and stingrays glide past while dining indoors or out.
The Colourpatch is open for breakfast, lunch, and dinner; local seafood is frequently featured on the changing menu – fresh oysters, abalone, and fish local to the Augusta waters.
There is so much to love about Augusta. Immerse yourself and take a stroll down the main street. The locals will embrace you, and the experience will warm your heart.