The Redlands Coast boasts beautiful beaches, islands and lovely villages. It also has a thriving food scene with restaurants, cafes, breweries and much more.
A great way to experience all the foodie delights in the region is to design a food trail. The South-East Queensland Food Trail network has a website where visitors can plot their own course and design a foodie adventure of their very own.
The Redlands Coast Food Trail offers a terrific selection of local businesses that will make your mouth water.
La Bouche is a small Patisserie that is popular for its croissants that are carefully made over three days with French butter, Australian flour and produce from local Redland city farms. They have an incredible selection of fresh pastries you can’t find anywhere else and they also make savoury pies, tarts and sausage rolls as big as your fist!
Coconut Coffee House is a fun and friendly café that offers delicious breakfasts and lunches, a range of coffees, smoothies, milkshakes and much more.
Whisky Business is a cute café popular for its colourful macarons. They also offer a menu tailored to suit those who are gluten free or have food allergies.
Bacchus Brewing Co is an award winning micro-brewery that has over a thousand beers on its list. They all have creative names including “Jaff Sessions”, “Sex Drugs and Rocky Road”, “Marty McRye”, a homage to the film Back to the Future, and ‘Atomic Lemon Lime and Bitters”. Bacchus Brewing Co has food trucks on site every Thursday and Friday serving lunch and dinner. And the brewery kitchen serves pizzas, ribs and much more during the week and on weekends.