Mother's Day

We have been overwhelmed with enquiries for Sunday May 9th and will no longer be taking anymore booking requests at this moment in time! 

~ The Taylors Crew


A Little Introduction


If you are looking for a relaxed experience in the picturesque Swan Valley, this is the place! 

Once a family home, the old homestead has been converted into a delightful rustic café, art studio, come art gallery. 

It is the perfect location where you can relax outdoors amidst the old Australian gum trees and let your kids enjoy a stress free afternoon in the spacious garden.

Taylors in the Valley strives to consistently deliver delicious, freshly made, home-style breakfasts and lunches, as well as mouth-watering pastries and cakes to satisfy the sweetest tooth!

Let's not forget that no family member is forgotten here, we're dog friendly which means that your special friend is always welcome.

Proudly Vegetarian, Vegan and Gluten Free friendly!


Terms of Booking

24h notice for all bookings are required. Tables are not guaranteed outside of these hours.


This form is an enquiry only, no booking is confirmed until a confirmation email is received.


BYO venue with fee payable per head. Glasses and ice buckets provided on request.


We will do our best to fill your table preference; however, this is not guaranteed.


LATE ARRIVALS: Booked tables will be held for 15min on weekends & 30min on weekdays, on condition a courtesy hold call is received from you.


We are dog friendly, but kindly ask that they are kept on a lead at all times. Seating will only be available outside.


Please email directly for booking requests over 10 people.


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Opening Hours

MONDAY                   CLOSED

TUESDAY                7:30AM - 3PM

WEDNESDAY         7:30AM - 3PM

THURSDAY             7:30AM - 3PM

FRIDAY                    7:30AM - 3PM

SATURDAY              7:30AM - 3PM

SUNDAY                  7:30AM - 3PM


7:30AM - 2PM



510 Great Northern Highway, Middle Swan, WA 6056

0403 628 233

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A holistic approach to community and land, and to enduring good business practices is what sustains Taylors in the Valley. The aim has always been to nurture a strong culture of sustainable development within the community that works together. 


We do our best to support local farmers and suppliers of fresh meat, dairy and poultry, ensuring that all produce is free-range, and where possible, organic. We even grow some of our fresh produce in our gardens.

Our ethos is to practice sustainability through the elimination of single-use plastics, wastage, and disposal of produce with consideration to minimise (or where possible, eliminate) the impact on the environment.  In fact, we constantly look at ways to replenish the environment by composting in worm farms and donating chicken feed to locals.

When you come for tea, breakfast or lunch with friends or family, know that you're supporting free-range, organic and local.