Best Breakfast Spots on the Gold Coast, Australia
We’ve scouted the coastline to bring you the Best Breakfast Spots on the Gold Coast, Australia. Not only does the Gold Coast boast a magnificent coastline, it also has a great coffee and cafe culture. We had the pleasure of visiting all of these spots and believe me, you should too when you get a chance!
Bam Bam Bakehouse
Address: 2519 Gold Coast Highway, Mermaid Beach, QLD 4218
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Personally, I’ve only been to Bam Bam Bakehouse for breakfast and brunch and have enjoyed it each time. The atmosphere is amazing, there’s free parking available, it didn’t take long for us to be seated and most importantly, the food is AMAZING!
Address: 7/240 Varsity Pde. Varsity Lakes, QLD 4227
A pet-friendly cafe is always a win in my eyes – That’s why I love Blackboard! I would usually get a table outside and have my dog sit underneath the table and get my usual order of Avocado Smash with a side of thick-cut bacon and a soy flat white. Oh…and a definite must-try are their cronuts and injectable doughnuts! Seriously…they are to die for!
Address: 16 Chelsea Avenue, Broadbeach QLD 4218
ELK Espresso never disappoints, it consistently delivers good food and amazing coffee. Situated only a couple of streets away from central Broadbeach, ELK has become an extremely popular local destination. If you’re there on weekends for brunch, be prepared for a small line-up before you get a table.
Paradox Coffee Roasters
Address: The 4217, 7/10 Beach Road, Surfers Paradise, QLD 4217
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Paradox has been my go-to for takeaway coffee and breakfast. My personal favourite is a soy flat-white and a double bacon and egg bagel. Its contents are Free range Byron Bay bacon, fried egg, pea shoots and homemade tomato relish in a bagel. If you’d like to eat in, the atmosphere at Paradox is awesome – It suits a big group or if it’s just you and your partner.
Address: 1844 Gold Coast Highway, Burleigh Heads, QLD 4220
Nestled on the side of the Gold Coast Highway, Commune Café consists of quirky vintage décor with a lively feel. Definitely a must-do on the coast! The coffee is amazing and the food is second to none. My favourite go-to at Commune is their Coriander corn fritters with avocado salsa and house-made chilli jam. You can also have the option to add poached eggs and bacon for a bigger meal if you wish.
So here they are…my Top Five picks! We hope you get the chance to try them out when you’re on the Gold Coast. I’m sure you won’t regret it!