Photographer: Thom Davidson

The Camfield menu has been revealed.

Perth’s mega pub The Camfield, which has been 4 years in the making is now set to open their doors and is ready for the buzzing crowds. The Camfield menu inspired for sharing will be available throughout the venue. Beer selection and availability won’t be an issue with 175 beer taps and not to mention some of the biggest pizza ovens in Perth that are able to produce four pizzas every minute.

“Our bar team has also created a beverage list which will have something for everyone, a locally focused wine selection, a small but delicious mixed drinks list as well as our onsite brewed beers” says Mclernon.

The Camfield Drinks Menu (as of February 2018)


The most important question is what beers are going to fill The Camfield’s 175 beer taps?

Answer – The Camfield will have 12 beers on tap headlined by in-house brews Bevy First Lager, Bevy Prize Ale and Bevy Seasonal and of course the good ol locals such as Black Duck (Swan Gold) and 150 plus the international stable Heineken. Pints are priced from $10.50 or treat yourself and your mates to a Growler (1900ml) from $38.


For those who like to mix up their life, no pub in Perth would be complete without Aperol Spritz, Pimms and spirits on the menu.

Wines and Sparkling

Wines and sparkling are a plenty with 26 to choose from – all served by the glass priced from $8.50 or by the bottle priced from $40.

With a vast selection of national and most importantly local wines and sparkling, you will be sure to find one to pair perfectly with your palette.

The Camfield Food Menu (as of February 2018)

The menu features fresh, local produce that will change with the seasons. Expect lobster brioche rolls, Amelia Park steak sandwiches, chicken parmi, garlic prawn pizzas and more.

“We are hoping Perth is going to enjoy what we have created at The Camfield, it’s more than just an event day pub,” says Tim Mclernon, General Manager of The Three Pound Group. “The venue will have six bars, a beer garden, separate function space, as well as a container bar and much more.”

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