The Common

The Common

56 Church St
Gloucester NSW 2422

Monday 5:45 AM – 1 PM Open today, 5:45 AM – 1 PM

Tuesday 5:45 AM – 1 PM

Wednesday 5:45 AM – 1 PM

Thursday 5:45 AM – 1 PM

Friday 5:45 AM – 1 PM

Saturday 5:45 AM – 12 PM

Sunday Closed


Funky cafe at the sunniest corner in Gloucester

The Common is in a heritage building at the sunniest corner of Gloucester's main street with a funky cafe plus retail space.

The smiling staff serve up Single Origin coffee and super good quick bits for breakfast, lunch and healthy takeaways. Seasonal favourites include crusty baguettes filled with turkey, cranberry, brie and rocket; fully loaded vegetable lasagne; house-made pumpkin soup with spelt sourdough toast; and poke bowls.

The retails space features awesome books for adults and kids, artisan produce, insulated keep cups and drink bottles, even 1000-piece puzzles to keep your brain active.

The Common Cafe banana bread
The Common Cafe
Common frittata
The Common Gloucester vegetable lasagne
The Common Cafe exterior
The Common Cafe book

What did others have to say?

Emma Walker

3 months ago

We are locals and love The Common. The nicest place to sit outside and meet with friends. The coffee is consistent.

Damien Woolnough-Reid

a month ago

We were picking up coffee on the way to Armidale over Easter. The queues here were intimidating but the staff ploughed through and produced two killer flat whites. It was so good we stopped and queued again on the way home. Worth the wait.

Brett Campany

a year ago

Thoroughly enjoyed a bacon and egg toastie with a cappuccino after a cool ride up from Newcastle. There's so many cafes to choose from so I'm really glad I dropped in here. Staff are lovely and there's a fantastic selection. Will see you again!

Chris Barnes

a month ago

Good bacon and egg rolls and coffee. Friendly service too. A welcome stop on a long drive home.

Chris Hodge

a month ago

Excellent coffee and very friendly staff. While visiting Gloucester I highly reccomend getting your morning coffee and toastie from here.