Coffee Works

Mareeba, Mareeba Area

Bring your hunger for new experiences and your thirst for something completely different when you visit the Coffee Works, in Mareeba, just one hour from Cairns and Port Douglas! Eclectic and highly original, Coffee Works attracts over 170,000 visitors each year for what can best be described as a totally delicious day out.

Find the perfect gift as you explore a treasure trove of incredible edibles, gourmet gifts and an ever changing array of stunning, unusual and affordable gifts in the packed to the rafters gift shop. Kick back and relax in lush tropical surrounds with flaming fabulous barbecue lunches, sweet treats, gourmet sorbet, superb gelato and irresistible chocolate platters created onsite in the Coffee Works own boutique Chocolaterie.

The main event at Coffee Works is Coffee World! If it has anything to do with growing, roasting, serving, drinking or trading coffee, you will find it somewhere in this mammoth sensory wonderland. This is one of the biggest, best and most significant collections of coffee artifacts in the world, presented as one entire exhibition, for the very first time in history.

Coffee Works gourmet stores are located in Cairns, Port Douglas and Townsville! See the website for trading hours.

Opening Hours

Season/DateDayOpening Hours
All yearDaily9am - 4pm
25 dicembre 2016Closed

Facilities

  • Car park
136 Mason Street
Mareeba, Mareeba Area
Queensland
Australia

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