Introducing the Beach House at Eden Beach
Our CommunitiesIntroducing the Beach House at Eden Beach
The spectacular, $3 million, 250 seat venue was built with a relaxed lifestyle in mind, constructed facing a pristine swimming beach that stretches over 1.5km and adjacent to the Eden Beach foreshore park and playground.
Commenting on the design of The Beach House, director Mathew Walker said it was important The Beach House catered for everyone and could be a venue that locals identified with.
“We called it The Beach House because we want people to feel like it’s their little oasis, their escape,” he said.
“We are here to make sure everyone has a good time and for people to feel as though it’s their home away from home.
Boasting 24 beers on tap from local heroes to international classics, The Beach House uses locally sourced produce for meals, offering vegan and children’s menu options as well as popular share plates and tapas.
In November 2020, the venue won the Australian Hotels Association (WA) Contemporary Bar Menu Award with its grilled octopus with red pepper miso and hazelnut dish, one of two favourites alongside the Berkshire pork belly rib with tamarind jam and Thai eggplant.
The Beach House was also nationally shortlisted for Eat Drink Design Award’s Best Restaurant Design and the Australian Interior Design Awards, two highly prestigious industry honours.
Boasting unrivalled views across the Indian Ocean, The Beach House’s interior spaces are a subtle overlay of natural materials informed by its coastal location, where layering allows users to be lost within the space or lost within the view.
The venue, designed by Studio-Gram, utilises beautiful hardwood features and handcrafted furniture, artwork by photographer Woody Gooch and branding by mural artist Luke H Day.
The Beach House’s interior is an overlay of natural materials informed by its coastal location and was nationally shortlisted for the Australian Interior Design Awards.
The Beach House is just one of the many benefits resident’s experience living in this award-winning community, according to local resident Emma Read.
“My family chose Eden Beach because we wanted to be within walking distance to the beach and we really like being part of a small community that looks out for each other,” she said.
“We love having The Beach House bar on our doorstep and often walk down there for a drink or a meal. It has a lovely atmosphere and stunning views, and we often stroll to the adjacent playground to watch our granddaughter play.”
Located on Aurora Esplanade, The Beach House is open Tuesday to Sunday providing the perfect solution to your morning caffeine fix or evening G&T craving.
The Beach House regularly participate in local community events such as the Seaside Cinemas.
For more information and to take a look at the delicious menu, visit The Beach House website here.
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