Ipswich Foodie

You need only venture 30 minutes from Brisbane to discover Queensland’s time-honoured heritage region, packed with surprising new adventures. Ipswich is where historic homes meet culinary cool. Where the open road leads to beautiful countryside, dotted with unexpected delights.

Rafter and Rose

With all the hallmarks of an inner-city establishment, Rafter and Rose is a beautiful café that is adorned with modern décor and has a menu that keeps the clientele coming back! Sip a cuppa in their vibrant green laneway, or try their handmade baked treats!

Rafter & Rose
1/17 Ellenborough Street, Ipswich
0401 073 644
https://www.facebook.com/rafterandrose/

Coffee Anda 

Folks from Ipswich know the site of the Bakehouse Steakhouse well. For generations, it has been through many reincarnations…the latest is Coffee Anda.

Coffe Anda…Cake? Coffe Anda…beautiful eggs benny? Coffee Anda….pastry, in a heritage building with all the original furnishings, including steel tiles and ovens. Check it out, they’re dog and cyclist friendly.

Coffee Anda
Cnr of Darling Street East and West Street, Ipswich
2102 5249
https://www.facebook.com/coffeeanda/

Special Branch Collective

Sometimes you need to travel to get something just that little bit special. 15 minutes out of Ippy, in the heart of Marburg, you’ll find Special Branch Collective. Kick-ass coffee and a country company are standard. It’s a family run business with many branches – Emily runs the café; her father Les runs Scotland Yard Antiques; brother Athol specialises in heritage restorations; sister Lucy and her husband, horticulturalist Sam Plant (no joke), supply the gorgeous greenery and potted colour…and everything’s for sale!

Put this on your must-visit-list, you won’t be disappointed!

Special Branch Collective 
64-66 Edmond Stret, Marburg
https://www.discoveripswich.com.au/special-branch-brings-flowers-coffee-marburg/