Trip Advisor’s 10 best cafes in Bundaberg


We take a look at the 10 best cafes in Bundaberg according to Trip Advisor. Tell us your thoughts in the comments. #lovebundy

1Oodies Cafe

Oodies Cafe at 103 Gavin Street comes in at number 1 with a rating of 4.5 and 389 reviews. Sean says: “Lovely little cafe for Sunday brunch. Kids gave it a 9/10 for the pancakes, ice cream and maple syrup. Happy kids equals relaxed adult breakfast. Also great food options for adults, zucchini fritters delicious. Plus good coffee!”


Indulge at 80 Bourbong Street has a 4.5 rating and 437 reviews. Brewen86 commented: “Had a beautiful lunch with my daughter in the aircon. Received a friendly greeting and impeccable service. The food is second to none and all locally sourced. Can’t speak highly enough of this Bundaberg gem.”

3Alowishus Delicious

Alowishus Delicious in Earls Court is popular with CBD workers. A visitor from Ipswich wrote: “Stopped here completely by accident for breakfast and so glad we did. An amazing breakfast in the CBD with friendly staff, great coffee, huge selection, what more can you ask for? Stick your head in, say hi and have a brekky.

4Nourish Cafe

Nourish Cafe at 176 Bourbong Street has plenty of fans. A Melbourne visitor commented: “Nourish truly lived up to its name on a recent weekday lunch. Really interesting salads and gluten free bread. Great coffee; oh, we wish we had room for the pear and almond muffins. Highly recommend.”

5Bean @ Saskia

Located at 4/133 Bargara Rd, Bundaberg East, Bean @ Saskia offers coffee and cake in a retail setting. Suzanne from Bundaberg says it's gorgeous. “The food is delicious and beautifully presented and you can browse the shop finding little nicknacks, jewellery, clothes, shoes, etc. The staff are only too happy to help.”

6@ James's Place

Wade was visiting Bundaberg and called in at 112 George Street near Hinkler Shopping Centre @ James's Place: “Do yourself a favour and stop here and get any burger on the menu, will not disappoint. Eaten a lot of burgers and honestly this is close to, if not the best burger I have eaten.”

7Nana's Pantry

Nana's Pantry at 38 Electra Street has yummy gelato and tasty quick bites. Josie from Childers says: “The best shop in Bundy. There is so much yummy food l could have spent hours. The gelato is amazing. Most amazing selection of healthy food and products. They stock local Bundy ginger. Friendly staff, great service.”

8Leaf N Bean

Leaf N Bean at 112 Bourbong Street has 101 happy reviewers. Steve says it's the best coffee shop in town. “I stumbled across this little gem. The service is second to none and you are always greeted with a smile. Do yourself a favour and drop in for a coffee and a smile, 10/10.”

9Rosie Blu

Rosie Blu at 90 Bourbong Street is small but big with fans. Elizabeth from Maroochydore says it's a stand-out cafe for breakfast or lunch with a “delectable selection of fresh foods, great coffee, and friendly staff who pride themselves on giving good service. All foods are homemade and very tasty.”

10Cafe 1928

Cafe 1928 at the Botanic Gardens is also near the Hinkler Hall of Aviation. A Gold Coast visitor wrote: “There's a good range of options on the menu, from light to substantial. We had sandwiches and coffee. The prices were reasonable and the quality of both food and service was very good.”


  1. Leaf and Bean get my vote, nice quiet, peaceful little nook at the back with comfy chairs, the food and coffee Is great as well.

  2. Love Leaf N Bean.The best coffee in town as well as friendly staff and delicious food. Well done.

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