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Rachel Barnes3 years ago

Caffeine-lovers unite! It's coffee drinking time.

Whether you drink one to wake up in the morning or need a few to get you through your day at work, coffee has become a vital element of our day-to-day lives. Sunshine Coast baristas are showing locals that you don't have to go to Melbourne for a great cup of coffee.

Check out these Sunshine Coast cafes and grab yourself one of the best coffees you’ve ever tasted.

Scandic Cafe

Scandic Cafe
Coffee and a treat, Scandic Cafe – Sunshine Coast.

Opposite the Maroochy RSL, Scandic Cafe’s owners share a love for Sweden and an inspiration for recreating Scandinavian flavours. With consistently great coffee, locals have quickly started making Scandic their regular coffee spot. Order your usual and indulge in a freshly baked afternoon treat. Whether you want something a little filling or to grab a great coffee on the run, Scandic Cafe offers it all (and it all tastes great).
Where: 12 First Avenue, Maroochydore, Sunshine Coast, QLD.


The Good Bean Espresso Bar

Good Bean Espresso Bar founder, Shane Hepburn started this cafe when he realised there was a growing gap in the industry between quality coffee and customer care. Good Bean strives to create a personalised service based on a communal love of coffee. With a plan to provide Australians with the best coffee available, you can feel their genuine care for their customers and smell their passion for great coffee as soon as you walk through their doors.
Where: 4/1 Mooloolaba Esplanade, Mooloolaba, Sunshine Coast, QLD.


The Birds & The Beans

The Birds & The Beans
The perfect start, The Birds & The Beans – Sunshine Coast.

This quirky cafe was converted from an old rusted service station into one of the best, and most unique, places to grab a coffee in Sunshine Coast. Locals rate The Birds & The Beans coffee very highly, boasting its full bodied flavour and consistent high level of quality. Grab a seat on the couch, order your regular coffee and try one of their famous NYC bagels.
Where: Buderim Marketplace, 114 Burnett St, Buderim, Sunshine Coast, QLD.


The Pocket Espresso

The Pocket Espresso
Too good to be true, The Pocket Espresso – Sunshine Coast.

Across the road from Moffat Beach,The Pocket Espresso is the perfect place to drop in and pick up a Guru coffee before you start your sunrise or sunset walk along the sand. Seeing as how you’re about to do a little exercise, why not indulge in a healthy treat. Their pear and chai slice is just one of Pocket’s many great snacks to end the day with (or start it for that matter).
Where8 Seaview Terrace, Caloundra, Sunshine Coast, QLD.


Lamkin Lane Espresso Bar

Lamkin Lane Espresso Bar
Watching the brew, Lamkin Lane Espresso Bar – Sunshine Coast.

Owner and three-time Queensland barista champion, Tim Adams started Lamkin Lane Espresso Bar to try and raise the terms of coffee. Well, he has definitely succeeded. As one of the best coffee shops in the Sunshine Coast, Adams believe that Queensland baristas are raising the bar to new heights. If you want to cool off but still need your caffeine fix, you simply can’t go passed one of Lamkin Lane’s cold brews.
Where31 Lamkin Lane, Caloundra, Sunshine Coast, QLD.


The Silva Spoon

The Silva Spoon
More than just coffee, The Silva Spoon – Sunshine Coast.

This tea and coffee emporium has something for everyone. The Silva Spoon offers customers premium tea leaves and coffee beans that have been sourced from all over the world. Freshly roasted twice a week, the cafe stocks coffee beans from Costa Rica, Panama and Brazil. And if you’re ready to dive into the world of tea, their Chai Tea has quickly become a stand out favourite.
WhereShop 1, The Dunes at 27 Cotton Tree Parade, Cotton Tree, Sunshine Coast

Where is your go to Sunshine Coast cafe for your morning coffee? If we have left it out of this list, let us know in the comments below!

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