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Eleanor Knight4 years ago

Sit back, relax and enjoy yourself at these cafes!

Whether it's the smell of the coffee beans or taste of the classic cuisine, there's something so great about sitting back in a cafe and enjoying some timeout. If you're in Bundaberg and searching for a spot to chill out and indulge, why not head to one of these amazing cafes! From first-class coffee to delicious grub, whether you're visiting for breakfast, lunch or an afternoon snack, you're bound to be impressed!

If nothing wakes you up quite like a cup of perfectly poured coffee, you’re in for a treat today! We’ve scoured the streets of Bundaberg to find some of the best cafes around. From fine breakfast food and wholesome lunches, to barista coffees and indulgent treats, these locations serve it all. Whether you’re visiting with friends, your partner or just fancy stopping by alone, be sure to visit one of these Bundaberg cafes for an amazing experience!

River Cruz Cafe

Amazing breakfast, River Cruz Cafe - Bundaberg
Amazing breakfast, River Cruz Cafe – Bundaberg

First up is the one and only River Cruz Cafe. Located on Quay Street, this welcoming cafe is home to magnificent views of the Burnett River. Popular with both locals and visitors alike, if you’re searching for a location that offers the full cafe experience, don’t go past this little gem. Offering melt-in-your-mouth dishes for both breakfast and lunch, whether you decide to visit early doors or in the afternoon, you’ll love it here.

Choose to dine either inside the tastefully decorated cafe, alfresco outside or opt to takeaway your meal to enjoy on the go. Love your morning brew? Well you’ll be pleased to know that River Cruz Cafe use only the finest Merlo Coffee beans, so you’re guaranteed a fantastic cuppa each and every time. For delicious food, fantastic views and friendly service, don’t go past this Bundaberg cafe.
Where: 3 Quay St Bundaberg QLD 4670

Zoe’s Coffee Shop

Relax and indulge, Zoe's Coffee Shop - Bundaberg
Relax and indulge, Zoe’s Coffee Shop – Bundaberg

For tasty food and coffee served with a smile, pop in and visit the welcoming staff at Zoe’s Coffee Shop. This intimate Bundaberg cafe is home to some of the best coffee in the area, and is certainly not one to be missed. Whether you’re swinging by purely for a cuppa, or would rather chill out and relax for an hour with some tasty food, Zoe’s Coffee Shop is the perfect place to visit.

From fresh sandwiches and salads to deliciously indulgent cakes, whatever you fancy is here at this lovely little cafe. Located on Bourbong Street, why not pop by with a group of friends and enjoy good conversation over quality food and coffee? Whatever you decide, you’re guaranteed a lovely time if you make Zoe’s Coffee shop your next stop in Bundaberg!
Where: 290 Bourbong Street Bundaberg West QLD 4670

Oodies Cafe

Amazing decor, Oodies Cafe - Bundaberg
Amazing decor, Oodies Cafe – Bundaberg

Calling all coffee enthusiasts; if you’re searching for a new favourite cafe to enjoy an exceptional cup of Joe, don’t look any further than Oodies Cafe. As soon as you step inside this lovely location, you’ll instantly feel at ease by the friendly staff who go out of their way to ensure you have a fantastic experience. Tastefully decorated, take a seat inside and prepare to be whisked away to coffee heaven. Whether you’re a flat white fan, or you prefer treating yourself to an indulgent mocha, you can get it perfectly poured at Oodies Cafe.

However, coffee’s not the only thing that this Bundaberg cafe does right. Lose yourself in their diverse breakfast and lunch menu that’s good enough to impress the pickiest of taste buds. From all-day breakfasts and open grills to burgers, gourmet sandwiches and scrumptious salads, your belly’s bound to be satisfied at Oodies Cafe.
Where: 103 Gavin St Bundaberg North QLD 4670

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Have you got a favourite cafe in Bundaberg? We’d love to hear about it!