Don’t forget to spoil mum and/or grandma this Mother’s Day and while you’re at it, support local businesses!
There’s a bucket load of treats and gifts available for delivery alongside contact-less pick-up and takeaway. You can get high-tea at home or gorgeous hampers delivered to her door for something that she’ll definitely enjoy on Mother’s Day.
To help get you started, see below for what’s on offer for Mother’s Day and support local WA businesses. #takeawayforwa
Bar Uma & Pan Pacific Perth, East Perth. Mother’s Day high tea is available to takeaway with a collection of sweet and savoury treats. Option to add in a bottle of sparkling wine or French champagne is available. Pick up between 10:00am and 12:30pm on Sunday 10th May via the hotel driveway. See here for details.
Fishbone Wines, Wilyabrup. Mother’s Day packages available including a platter, flowers and wine. Blue, Black and Champagne packages available to choose from with vegan options also available. See here for details.
Il Paiolo Catering, Swan Valley.Mother’s Day Special: 4 course, ready to cook meal with Talijancich wines available to be delivered direct to your door. Email your food & wine order to firstname.lastname@example.org by May 3rd. See here for details.
The Old Laundry, North Perth. Mother’s Day hamper including proseco, mini muffins, scones, local cheeses, cured meats and more available for free local delivery from Friday – Sunday. Gluten free, vegetarian or vegan options available upon request. See here to order yours now.
Yarri Restaurant, Dunsborough. Beautiful gift packs containing a bouquet by Zest Flowers, coconut candle by Yallingup Candle Co and melting moments available for delivery from Busselton to Margaret River. Orders close Friday May 8. See here to order yours now.
Want to be added to the list? Email us at email@example.com with details of your WA Mother’s Day Special.
Other Takeaway and Delivery Options
Local businesses have NOT shut up shop. While they may be unable to open for ‘dine in’, ORDERING TAKEAWAY IS A THING. And a very good thing at that (particularly when you’ve eaten everything in your cupboards in auto-response to self-isolation).