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Published May 26th 2013
Where to Find a Wild Bean Café in Perth
Wild Bean Cafe
Wild Bean Cafe on corner of Archer Road and Orrong Road,

Wild Bean Café probably makes one of the best coffees in town. Apart from the excellent training staff get to be one of the best baristas in Australia, BP also ensures that all their Wild Bean Cafés use 100% Fair-trade certified coffee beans. It is also the same coffee bean that is used at San Churros; it goes to show that it has to be a great bean if many more coffee shops are using it.

I love Wild Bean Cafe and enjoy ordering a coffee that I know will be top notch, and then sitting by the beach while watching the sun go down. There is nothing better in the world than moments like these.

One of the biggest challenges for me is finding Wild Bean Cafés. While I know of some, I also know there are many more, so I thought it would be a great idea to let all readers know where a Wild Bean Café is in, and around, Perth.

BP Connect Merriwa
Cnr Hester Ave & Ridgewood Blvd,Merriwa, WA, 6030
BP Connect Beaumauris
Cnr Prendiville Dr & Marmion Ave, Ocean Reef, WA, 6027
BP Connect Currambine
Burns Beach Rd, Currambine, WA, 6028
BP Connect Padbury
Cnr Marmion Ave & Warburton St, Padbury, WA, 6025
BP Connect Karrinyup
Cnr Karrinyup Rd & Burroughs Ave, Karrinyup, WA, 6018
BP Connect West Coast
Cnr Scarborough Beach Rd & West Coast Hwy, Scarborough, WA, 6019
BP Connect Nookenburra
386 Scarborough Beach Rd, Innaloo, WA, 6018
BP Connect Main Street
Cnr Main & Royal Sts, Osborne Park, WA, 6017
BP Connect North Perth
Cnr Scarborough Beach Rd & Charles St, North Perth, WA, 6006
BP Connect Wembley
240 Cambridge St, Wembley, WA, 6014
BP Connect East Perth
Corner Of East Parade And Brown Street, East Perth, WA, 6004
BP Connect Carlisle
Cnr Archer & Orrong Rd, Carlisle, WA, 6101
BP Connect Bentley
Cnr Archer & Orrong Rd, Carlisle, WA, 6101
BP Connect South Perth
9 Mends St, South Perth, WA, 6151
BP Connect Myaree
246 Leach Hwy, Myaree, WA, 6154
BP Connect Phoenix
Cnr Rockingham & Phoenix Rds, Spearwood, WA, 6163
BP Beeliar
Cnr Beeliar Dr & North Lake Rd, Success, WA, 6164
BP Connect Kwinana Hub
Cnr Gilmore Ave & Chisam St, Parmelia, WA, 6167
BP Connect Rockingham Park
Challgrove St & Read St, Rockingham, WA, 6168
BP Connect Palm Springs
Cnr Warnbro Sound Ave & Haliburt St, Warnbro, WA, 6169
BP Connect Mandurah Forum
330 Pinjarra Rd, Mandurah, WA, 6210

While there are a few Wild Bean Cafes that I visit regularly, I have done extensive research to find out where the others are. The BP website does not give you all the details of where you can find Wild Bean Cafes, as they give you a list of BP Connects store. Google Maps is also just a little out dated, as there have been a few more BP stations built. So hopefully this list will guide you to a great cup of coffee! And if there is a BP in and around Perth that I have not listed, please feel free to leave a comment so other readers can add it to their list.
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Hi while visiting the Kwinana BP Wild Bean Cafe on Sunday the 21st July I purchased a Hot Chocolate and a cappacino to go while waiting for these to be made i was made to wait for the coffees while the person serving had to go and serve the customers paying for petrol the milk was left to steam to the point of boiling over and burning which would make the drinks taste disgusting then he came and cleaned up the milk then went back to serve the other customers, then when one of the sudtomers suggested that he finish serving me he said that it sould be ok for me to wait and he continued to serve the petrol customers I waited for approximately 15 mins and still didn't get my drinks which I wouldn't have been able to drink as the mild was scalded and then allowed to cool down from which the drinks were made. So I would never buy a drink from the Wild Bean and as the other drink was for a friend who happens to be a very prominent lawyer and will no longer buy from BP Wild Bean either and has reccommended that their friends do the same. So the moral of the story is if you wand to have a cafe attached to the service station then employ people to operate the cafe so customers don't have to drink bad coffees made by inept people. with so many young people wanting jobs then it wouldnt be hard to find a few young people to work there.
by karen (score: 0|2) 2827 days ago
I think that I would have to take a visit there soon.
by GilliansCamera (score: 2|381) 2827 days ago
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