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Beth McFadden3 years ago

Stop what you're doing and head to these cafes!

If nothing gets you out of bed except for a good coffee, it's important you find the best local cafe to pick up that sweet cup of caffeine. Whether you like a cappucino, a soy latte or a long black, there are plenty of cafes in Bundaberg that serve up amazing cups of coffee. We've picked out 4 that you need to try out! From delicious snacks to enjoy with your flat white, to some of the best views in the region to relax and unwind over your cuppa, there is sure to be a cafe perfectly suited to you!

River Cruz Cafe

Enjoy the alfresco dining, River Cruz Cafe - Bundaberg
Enjoy the alfresco dining, River Cruz Cafe – Bundaberg

Our first stop is the River Cruz Cafe. With views of the river from the alfresco eating area, this is the perfect place to sit in for a hot cup of coffee and some breakfast. Bring the whole family, or just to pop in on your way to work. Their breakfast menu includes classics such as scrambled eggs on toast and a big breakfast with sausage and grilled tomato. As for their coffee, they serve up a Merlo specialty blend for a delicate, delicious brew that is perfect any time of the day. If you visit the River Cruz Cafe, you won’t be disappointed by the relaxing, laidback environment and good cuisine!
Where: 3 Quay Street, Bundaberg, QLD.

Zoe’s Coffee Shop

Meet the friendly team to make your Campos coffee, Zoes Coffee Shop - Bundaberg
Meet the team to make your Campos coffee, Zoes Coffee Shop – Bundaberg

Zoe’s Coffee Shop is a relatively new establishment right near Queens Park in Bundaberg. Since opening, it’s quickly become a popular coffee stop off for locals who travel far and wide to drink the perfectly brewed Campos blend. The team here are all well trained in the art of serving delicious, smooth coffee for your early morning pick-me-up. Visit this coffee shop Monday to Friday between 7:00am and 3:00pm to meet the super friendly team and try their delicious blend. If you’re feeling peckish, you can also grab treats such as freshly baked cakes and wraps if you’re on the go.
Where: 7/290 Bourbong St, Bundaberg, QLD.

Oodies Cafe

Visit for a Tobys Estate blend, Oodies - Darwin
Visit for a Tobys Estate blend, Oodies – Darwin

Oodies Cafe is a great little establishment with awesome food and a lot of charm. Serving the finest of Toby’s Estate coffee beans, this is definitely a contender for the best coffee in Bundaberg. All coffees are served by trained baristas so the flavour of the beans can be enjoyed in every cup. Alongside their delicious coffee, Oodies Cafe also has an awesome breakfast and lunch menu that includes housemade granola, juicy steak sandwiches and freshly baked cakes. Don’t miss out on visiting this awesome local cafe with a passion for the community and good coffee!
Where: 103 Gavin St, Bundaberg, QLD.

Driftwood Cafe & Kiosk

Drink your coffee overlooking the ocean,
Drink your coffee overlooking the ocean, Driftwood Cafe & Kiosk – Bundaberg

Driftwood Cafe and Kiosk is a locally owned and pet-friendly cafe with scenic views of the beautiful pacific ocean. Just a short walk to the beach, this tranquil cafe is the perfect place to head for breakfast or lunch, every day of the week. Specialising in delicious seafood dishes and big breakfasts, everything on their menu is sure to fill your belly. Their other forte is their delicious coffee – they use a special organic bean blend, Puro. A mix of Arabica and Robusta beans, this is a strong, dark roast that tastes exceptional any time of the day. Pop into the Driftwood Cafe and Kiosk with the family or your pet and order yourself a flat white or latte to enjoy with a view.
Where: 1 Lihs St, Elliot Heads, QLD.

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