Where do you get a good coffee in the Barrington Coast? Well it depends who you ask. So we thought we would ask you!
We posed the question 'Where do you get the best coffee in the Barrington Coast' to our 45,000 social media followers and boy did we get a response.
We've tallied the votes and present to you the Top 5 according to you!
Drift Palms is a popular café located in the seaside village of Blueys Beach in Pacific Palms. A relative newcomer, Drift has built a strong following from locals and visitors in it's short time.
It's not just the coffee that keep people coming back. The delicious burgers and fish tacos are a hit and it's hard to find a table at breakfast which normally means something.
207 Boomerang Dr, Blueys Beach
Serving: Five Senses Coffee
Another newcomer that has stamped itself as the go-to coffee spot in the seaside village of Old Bar.
Buyi is a local Indigenous word from the Biripi people which means 'a big breath' or 'out of breath.' Buyi Espresso owner Bennett and his team hope that people will be able to catch their breath at the café, and that their ethos, and heart will breathe out into the local community.
A must stop when in Old Bar.
31 Old Bar Rd, Old Bar
The past two years has seen the rise of a vibrant café scene in Gloucester. New cafes now dot the towns main street, vying for the caffeine addicted visitors. Despite the competition, town favourites Roadies Café continue to deliver the goods.
Known for their fast and friendly service and motoring themed decor, Roadies are a clear fan favourite when it comes to coffee.
77 Church St, Gloucester
Serving: The Cat's Pyjamas by Seven Miles
Bent on Food
Bent on Food in Wingham is not just a café but a destination. Owner Donna has built a reputation on delivering outstanding coffee and local seasonal produce that is highlighted in a delicious breakfast and lunch menu, offered 7 days a week.
The café is one of the the regions most loved venues, coming alive for special events and music nights and supporting local and visiting musicians. Seasonal dinners, themed events and workshops all make Bent on Food a special place.
Bent on Food
95 Isabella St, Wingham
Named after the year the Forster Tuncurry bridge was opened, Nineteen 59 has quickly become a favourite for Forster locals after opening in 2020.
Serving breakfast, lunch, freshly baked cakes and outstanding coffee all with a stunning vista of Wallis Lake and that bridge.
7 Memorial Dr, Forster
Serving: Allpress Espresso