Some may  remember the last awesome exhibition from the Quilter’s club, ‘Off the Wall’. Well they’re back with their latest exhibition, ‘Shades of Life’. Not to  be confused with the bestseller, ‘Fifty Shades of Grey’!

The Quilter’s Club always manage to deliver unique and quirky pieces of work that become the talking point of Bunbury.Next time you’re  in town for a relaxing coffee and cake, why not enjoy their artexhibition at the same time.

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Caf-fez has always prided itself on being part of and supporting the Bunbury community. Recently we were approached by the Bunbury Felters Club with a request to hold an exhibition of their work in the cafe. Naturally, we jumped at the chance and to our surprise found chairs suspended from our walls. What an awesome sight! The Bunbury Felters Club has approximately 30 keen members and has been operating from the Stirling Street Art centre since the early 1980’s. Felt was one of the earliest forms of textile production and has recently been recognised by artists, textile producers and fashion houses as a unique and quality medium. The exhibition officially opened on the 8th of August and will be on display for the next month.

So if your looking for a ‘wicked coffee’ and a guaranteed conversation starter then we invite you to enjoy a new and unique experience at Caf-fez.

Caf-fez is proud to support the South West Women’s Health initiative, ’20 – Something Walkout’. This consists of a 3km, 30 minute walk starting in the car park opposite the Bunbury Runners Club. For further information contact Rowena at Email: or Ph: 0408 063 829.

In response to our customer requests we have updated our menu to offer some new and enticing dishes especially for Winter. Keep an eye on our Specials Board for our delicious ‘Soup of the Day’ or delicious daily specials created with love by the fantastic and friendly staff at Caf-fez. We provide a tasty range of gluten and dairy free choices to satisfy your special dietry requirements.

At Caf-fez we are expanding our team to keep up with increased hours of trading. If you are highly motivated, enjoy working as part of a dynamic team and can rise to a challenge then we could have the job for you . If you think that you have what it takes to be part of the Caf-fez team take the first step and drop your resume in to the cafe’ at 18-20 Prinsep Street, Bunbury.

More and more customers are taking advantage of our free wireless Internet service and so the demand finally was too much for our old wireless setup. As owners we felt that this was our way of providing a unique service not only to our local customers but also for the many tourists who visit our beautiful city. Our new system is faster, easy to use and importantly free. If you have any queries regarding our wireless Internet service please feel free to speak to one of our friendly staff.

Since winning the Gold Plate in 2007 we have continued to strive to find ways to serve you better and enhance the Caf-fez experience. In todays society we are becoming accutely aware of the need to preserve our environment through better practices. At Caf-fez we take our responsibility to the environment seriously.

Over the last four years we have endeavoured to identify the areas where we could be more proactive in developing environmentally appropriate practices. Our first success was when we discovered that coffee grinds are a natural pesticide, detering pests from moving in to your precious garden patch. As an extra bonus coffee grinds are also high in nitrogen, which is great for greening up your plants and promoting healthy growth. If the pests are ruining your garden feel free to bring in a bag or bucket and our friendly staff will gladly assist you.

Our next step was to find a way of eliminating the need for the large quantities of food scraps from ending up in landfill sites. The solution in the end was quite simple, each of the owners built worm farms for their gardens and use most of the scraps from the cafe to feed their hungry worms and also supplemnent our friend’s chickens diet with a delicious array of tasty morsels.

In reducing our waste we have changed our five ordinary wheelie bins into three recycling bins with just two conventional bins for rubbish that cannot be reused or recycled. We don’t pretend that we have totally eliminated all environmental issues in relation to a cafe, but we have made the commitment to be as environmentally proactive as we can. If you have any suggestions on how we can improve our practices we would love to hear from you.

A further bonus to our environmental initiatives has resulted from us now sourcing our fresh milk and other dairy products through Bannister Downs. The milk comes comes in containers made predominantly from calcium carbonate (the main chemical in limestone) which is totally recylable. We are very happy to be associated with other like minded companies, such as Bannister Downs who take their responsibility to the environment seriously.

Where we are located

20 Prinsep Street, Bunbury Western Australia 6230