March 30th 2017
Good coffee and a tasty meal can take a while to find when you move to a new area. And let’s be honest, a good café culture is up there on the priority list when it comes to choosing a suburb to call home.
Fortunately, if you’re considering a sea change to the Bellarine Peninsula and its glorious bay side suburbs, you will be spoilt with choice when choosing a new ‘local’ to fulfill all of your foodie needs.
As well as an eclectic mix of boutique wineries, breweries and cheesemakers, there’s no shortage of quaint cafés and bustling restaurants to sit and take in the scenery while enjoying local produce and good coffee.
Fletchers Bellarine director, James Gladman believes the Peninsula is a fantastic spot to live, with lots of great places to stop for a coffee or a bite to eat.
“I feel extremely lucky to live in Queenscliff on the Bellarine Peninsula.We are spoilt with amazing beaches, schools, historical landmarks and a relaxed and friendly community feel.
“Surrounded by beautiful wineries and cafes, the Bellarine Peninsula is the ideal place to live,” says James.
To help you find the perfect Sunday brunch spot—or a place for a morning coffee dash—the staff from Fletchers Bellarine have shared their favourite café picks in the area.
“Amazing coffee and they deliver to the office!” Robyn Packham, Chief Operations Officer
“Cute little café with a nursery attached. Pretty garden area to sit and have a coffee or lunch.” Charles Caldwell, Property Consultant
“Serving great coffee with a friendly atmosphere” Liam Rock, Property Consultant
“Yummy food and delicious coffee with a fun and friendly environment” Hannah Taylor, Administration Officer
“Fresh, affordable and tasty wraps and salad sandwiches. Favourite breakfast stop to fill you up for the day!” James Gladman, Director