Blue Planet II with Sir David Attenborough filmed the marine sea life off Shark Bay. The show demonstrated just how naturally beautiful the waters off the Western Australian coast are.
Exmouth is a World Heritage listed area making it one of the world’s most precious hotspots. People come from all over to swim with Humpbacks, Whalesharks, Manta Rays, sharks, turtles and all of our other marine wildlife at our clean Ningaloo Reef.
Keeping our Ocean’s Clean
Every small change we can make to help keep our waters clean will make a difference. Ever wondered where the fish you eat comes from? Ever thought of helping but not sure what you can do?
Here’s a list of small changes that can make big changes…
Take your own cup to the coffee shop for takeaway coffee
Stop drinking from plastic straws! They are clogging up our oceans
Take all of your rubbish like cigarette buts, bottles, bottle top and beer tops home with you
Pack your kids lunches into reusable sandwich sized boxes instead of sandwich bags or plastic wrap
Choose sustainably caught fish
Recycle plastics, cardboard, paper, aluminium cans and glass.
Take your own shopping bags to the shops instead of using plastic bags
Choose cardboard or paper alternatives instead of plastic where possible, such as cotton buds and straws
Do the right thing and pickup any rubbish you find at the beach
Someone else trash is often another’s treasure… Sell clothing and goods online or drop off at op shops rather than land fill.
Buy bamboo… It’s amazing what Bamboo can be made into from toothbrushes to the softest nappies and it’s eco friendly!
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.