The Social Society Exmouth is a newly opened quirky and quaint cafe focusing on Vegan and Vegetarian foods. You won’t find any type of meat dishes served here but what is served up is wholesome and filling. Owners Anne and Kai have put in a lot of effort and hard work to make this venue an all time favourite whatever your food and beverage tastes
Delightful Dishes and Extensive Drinks
The Social Society Exmouth has a menu that is diverse and unique. Serving dishes such as Housemade Granola with Fruit and Walnut and Bean Burgers. I had the Turkish Fried Eggs but asked if the eggs could be poached. No problem at all Anne was happy to oblige. What a treat they were poached to perfection and everything else on the plate was scrumptious. I certainly did not miss the meat it was plentiful and satisfying. This dish had been recommended by a friend who said it was the first *Vegetarian Meal* she had ever had where she didn’t feel it needed bacon. She was not wrong it didn’t need bacon or any kind of meat. I also had a pot of the Rooibos Tea a very generous serve loved it.
The Social Society Exmouth prides themselves on offering Vegan, Vegetarian, Gluten Free,Paleo and no refined sugar is used in any of the dishes or drinks. The cakes are to die for and locally sourced from both Ari’s Cakes and Cookies (click here for samples) and Ningaloo Cakes (Facebook page here). In fact Anne and Kai endeavour to source everything locally.
Choose from a huge range of hot drinks with Speciality Teas to Cold Pressed Juices and Super Smoothies everyone is a winner here. If you take in your own cup for takeaway drinks you will receive 50 cents discount.
A place to relax and unwind
Stepping inside you will love the relaxing rustic seating areas. Choose a book to read or open up your laptop and take some time out. The walls are adorned with local art and the furniture and fittings are all recycled and pre-loved. There is even a little tiny tots area with books, toys and little tree stump stools. In addition there are also clothes racks with new and pre-loved clothes for sale.
A visit to The Social Society Cafe Exmouth will not disappoint even if you are a huge meat lover. In fact I am sure you will be back for more. Check out the goodness and variety on the menu below.
This was a first for Exmouth and the group who rode intend to carry on each year with more riders. It was a lovely warm sunny day for the ride. Charities that benefited from this first ride were Movember and Soldier On with over $370 in donations. The group consisted of 10 riders, 1 pillion passenger and 2 support cars with water and spare fuel.
The ride finished in good time with refreshments and lunch at Froth Craft Brewery in Exmouth. New friendships emerged and the group are now planning a longer and bigger ride on a Saturday during October to Coral Bay. This will be an independent charity ride to raise funds for our valuable Royal Flying Doctor Service (RFDS) for more info click here
The ride will include an overnight stay in Coral Bay with dinner and drinks after the ride. So far riders from Karratha down to Geraldton and in between are aware of the ride.
More details to be added as they are confirmed but if you have friends or family members you think may wish to join this fun weekend please contact Alex King on 0413 941 739
Exmouth Ningalens Festival is back and now in it’s third year. The 2017 programme falls over two nights in the centre of town!
A celebration of film, music and art on the Ningaloo coast
Friday 25/8/17 from 4:30 P.M in Kennedy St Mall, Exmouth
Films, Markets, Rooftop Music, Family Friendly
Exmouth Ningalens Festival is presented by act-belong-commit and encompasses two evenings of entertainment.The film component is on the Friday involving screening of the films from the Ningalens Film Competition 2017 and more importantly followed by prizes awarded. The festival is proud to announce that acclaimed author and Ningaloo resident Tim Winton will again be a guest judge. Coinciding with this are the Exmouth Community Markets with musical entertainment from Michael Triscari and James Abberley.
Saturday 26/8/17 from 6 P.M at Froth Craft Brewery & Restaurant, Exmouth
Music, Craft Beer, Projections, Stencil Graffiti Art
Exmouth Ningalens Festival continues with an 18+ event at Froth Craft with music, projection and street art. This is a ticketed event with multiple stages, stencil graffiti art exhibited from the local TAFE, mural paintings, stalls and musical acts.
ExmouthNingalens Festival presented by act-belong-commit aims to help aspiring filmmakers from the region and besides that they also aim to promote the depth of local and state-wide talent from a variety of artistic pursuits such as music, film, dance, comedy, photography, painting and structural installations.
Music acts on Saturday are:
Million Dollar Clownfish
Headliners Myles Mitchell & The Hot Mama Band
Pre-sale tickets at $30 for the Saturday evening are available over the counter at Froth Craft and on the night at the door.
Exmouth Wildlife Care Group is run by registered volunteers also known as Carers. It is part of a nation wide network who work together to:
Care for sick, injured and orphaned wildlife
Rehabilitate and release wildlife back to their natural environment
Aim to prevent road accidents with wildlife through education and infrastructure
What They Do
A rescued animal will be assessed by the group’s coordinator. The animal may also need to be Vet checked. If the animal can be rehabilitated it will be allocated to a Carer. The animal will then be cared for until it is ready for release.
Care group also do fund raising activities to assist with their upkeep. When you are in town you may come across some Joeys enjoying a meet and greet usually at the Community Markets or outside a local venue such as the Visitor Centre. For a small donation you can have a cuddle and photo taken. It does depend on the day how the Joeys are our Carers only bring the Joeys along if they are relaxed and happy. Even though they are being hand raised they are still a wild animal and our Carers will always put the animals welfare first.
Remember to always drive carefully and slowly particularly in the national park area where the wildlife is in abundance.
For more information on being Wildlife Wise please click on the flyer link below. You will find helpful information here as well as contact numbers should you come across any injured or orphaned wildlife needing rescue
Donations are always welcomed by the Group. The group does receive some annual grants but the costs are ongoing. Milk, Bedding, Feeding Bottles etc all have to be purchased on a regular basis. You will find plenty of places around town that have Wildlife Donation Tins. Alternatively you can make a donation either by visiting their Facebook Page, please click here , or during the booking process of any of our holiday homes. All proceeds go directly to maintaining and preserving our Local Wildlife
The most important way you can help is to be Wildlife Wise yourself and to pass your knowledge on to others.