Locals in Noosa take their coffee very seriously. Such is their love of coffee; it seems as if there is a café on every street corner. All offering their unique, specialty house blend, in quaintly decorated premises that stirs the soul. But which ones are the best? Check out our list of recommendations to find out!
Little Cove Coffee
Named after the popular surfing spot that produces the most outstanding waves, the Little Cove Coffee shop similarly produces outstanding coffee.
About a 15 minute walk along the scenic boardwalk that runs from the Noosa Main Beach, this quaint and rustic roastery is located on Weyba Road.
It boasts a charming setting with exposed-wood ceilings and specialty coffee crafted from the green bean to the cup.
Made from top notch Arabica beans, the coffee is roasted to perfection. The café also serves a great range of light bites too.
If you decide to get the coffee to go, then be sure to head on back to the boardwalk to enjoy it with sensational beach views.
Address: Shop 4/205 Weyba Road, Noosaville.
Over in Noosaville, close to where many of the Noosa luxury resorts are located is First Batch.
These guys live and breath coffee. And in particular the pursuit of coffee excellence. Not only do they share the expertise of their world class baristas through classes and the sale of equipment, they also produce a magnificent cup of java for you to have onsite.
Presenting their coffees as a Blend, Single Origin Espresso, they source and roast the highest quality of coffee.
Best of all, if you are a visitor and you want to enjoy their coffee at home, they offer free national delivery on all orders over $20 from their website.
Address: 2/8 Venture Drive, Noosaville
You can’t talk about coffee in Noosa without making reference to Clandestino.
Located in the Belmondos Organic Market in Noosaville’s industrial neighbourhood, these guys are experts at their trade. What they don’t know about the process of making excellent quality coffee is just not worth knowing about.
Their most popular house blend is Magneto which uses a mix of organic coffee beans sourced from the mountains of Papua New Guinea, Central America and Africa.
At any given time their full espresso bar has four grinders on the go. All of which serve up a fabulous range of coffee in a relaxed space with cool, friendly vibes.
Address: Belmondos Organic Market, 2/59 Rene St, Noosaville QLD 4566
Café Le Monde
If you are in to people watching then get yourself over to Café Le Monde.
Located in the heart of Hastings Street amongst all the designer boutiques and deluxe 5 star Noosa resorts, this uber cool coffee shop is the perfect place to wile away an hour or two.
Their signature house blend is a mix of certified organic arabica beans from Colombia, Mexico and Honduras, which has been designed and roasted for them by the Brisbane based company Fonzie Abbott.
They offer a delicious rotating menu of locally sourced, single origins, as well as single estate coffees as espresso and filter coffee.
The $1 Oyster Hour every Thursday is something else to look out for.
Address: 52 Hastings Street Noosa Heads, QLD 4567
Moto is a coffee shop like no other.
Created out of a passion for fabulous coffee, as well as great food, beers, music and motorbikes, a visit to Moto is ultimately about having a fantastic time with mates.
Located in the Noosa Junction, they offer a bespoke version of the Clandestino roast brand that you will only find at their establishment.
Made from Indonesian beans, it’s a smooth and strong coffee blend that is as warm and friendly as the café’s atmosphere.
If you love really cool motorbikes, this place will be your Disneyland, as they have loads of fantastic models on display for you to appreciate.
Address: 66 Noosa Dr, Noosa Heads QLD 4567