Our Story

Welcome to Fraser’s – a place that celebrates the best Western Australia has to offer in food, wine and service, set in one of the most spectacular locations in the state. Fraser’s is the perfect place to celebrate, dine and create lasting memories.

The beautiful environs of Fraser’s are matched perfectly with exceptional food and wine. Executive Chef Chris Taylor uses the best West Australian produce in his award-winning cuisine, with a philosophy that allows the produce to speak for itself – honest flavours, simply yet deftly prepared and respectfully handled.

The Fraser’s complex in Kings Park has recently undergone a complete refurbishment, with the addition of a new, permanent State Reception Centre situated on the top of the building, high in the gum trees with a stunning view over the city and river. “We are looking forward to providing the same commitment and dedication to provide only the best food, wine and service now on a grander scale,” says Chris. Material has been locally sourced wherever possible and even Wandoo decking from the iconic Perry Lakes stadium has been given a new life in the balcony of the centre. “Fraser’s is versatile, and we bring our commitment to quality to everything we do,” says Chris. “So you will experience the same produce-driven food and excellent service whether you are having a cocktail party for 700, or an intimate dinner for two.”

Comprising Restaurant, Private Dining Room, Function Centre and State Reception Centre, Fraser’s offers parties of all sizes a refined, exceptional way to dine and celebrate.

Our History

Fraser’s Restaurant opened in 1993, with executive chef Chris Taylor at the helm. Since these early days the restaurant has won numerous awards, and Chris is considered one of the top chefs in the state. Chris travels extensively promoting WA produce and sourcing ideas for the restaurant, and you’ll find this inspiration and passion in everything he does.

Fraser’s is named after the avenue it sits on, the famous Fraser Avenue in beautiful Kings Park, which was named after Malcolm Fraser – the first Surveyor-General of Perth. The avenue is lined with lemon-scented gums, their interlocking branches forming a majestic canopy over the spectacular entrance to the park.

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