Kick Off Your Day With Healthy Breakfast At Soup Kitchen

People who don’t have time to make breakfast can now head off to Margaret River Soup Kitchen to enjoy an affordable and healthy start to their day.

The news article “Start your day at Margaret River’s Soup Kitchen” has full details on this story. It says the following: “Serving everything from cereals and fresh fruit to beans on toast, the Soup Kitchen will open on Tuesdays and Thursdays. The breakfasts are supported by the Seventh Adventist Church and are designed to include everyone.”

Church official Jeremy Price said that the breakfast initiative had been running well thus far, with around 20 visitors being fed every time.

“We’re trying to create a safe, healthy atmosphere,” said Jeremy, adding, “Eggs and beans on toast – it’s the hot thing people come for.”

His wife Rochelle said that the breakfasts were an excellent start to the people’s day.

Jeremy hopes that the breakfasts will evolve into an activity similar to the famous vegan Soup Kitchen nights, taking place on Mondays and Wednesdays.

“It will be interesting to come back in three or four months time,” the official said.

Everybody is welcome to attend the breakfasts and there is a recommended donation of $3 per head.

About the Margaret River Soup Kitchen:

The Margaret River Soup Kitchen was set up in 1995 by volunteer and musician Dave Seegar, after he realised that there were many people out there who required a healthy meal for a small price. The Sopie [as it is commonly known] offers delectable vegan meals such as currys and stews, yummy salads, tea and coffee, prepared by volunteers. A not-for-profit organisation, the Margaret River Soup Kitchen relies on the support of locals and businesses. It operates on Monday and Wednesday evenings each week from 5-7pm at Margaret River Community Centre.

The Margaret River Soup Kitchen operates within a network of other community organisations and activities, including the emergency relief organisation and artist-in-residence program, all running under the banner of Margaret River Community Resource Centre. It is an ideal place for tourists to share information as well as get useful advice from locals on what to see and do in the area. The Sopie has developed into a meeting point to nourish the body, mind and soul.

To find out more about the Margaret River Soup Kitchen, please check out their page

About Benji

I am married and live on a farm near Margaret River with my wife, daughter and son. I set up The Margaret River Guide to assist people coming to Margaret River Western Australia to easily find what they are looking for. I also wanted to allow people to find activities they did not know about and to be able to openly comment on/ review businesses.

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