Jindalee beachside cafe to be ready for next summer

Artist’s impression of the beachside cafe.
Artist's impression of the foreshore playground.
Artist’s impression of the beachside cafe. Artist's impression of the foreshore playground.

A JINDALEE developer has released artist’s impressions of a $2.5 million beachside cafe that should open by next summer.

This month Satterley Property Group, which is developing Eden Beach estate, released images of the proposed café that would sit 200m from the beach.

The 480sq m cafe will have the space to cater for up to 300 patrons, and was designed to maximise the space as a bar, cafe and function space.

“With uninterrupted views of the Indian Ocean, the new beachside cafe will offer guests the ultimate coastal dining experience,” chief executive Nigel Satterley said.

The cafe abuts the existing foreshore park, and the lower level of the building will have toilets for beach visitors as well as storage for Surf Life Saving Australia.

It will feature an extensive alfresco deck and overlook the foreshore playground and reserve, where construction recently started.

Due for completion in August, the $3.5 million, 1ha foreshore development will feature an adventure playground, barbecue facilities and shade shelters.

Last year the developer had to scale back playground plans to gain planning approval after the City of Wanneroo said it could not afford to maintain and replace equipment in the original $3.8 million proposal.

Instead, the North West Metropolitan Development Assessment Panel approved a $682,000 proposal last October.