Whitehouse Blend

Victoria Point

Whitehouse Blend is a rustic verandah coffee shop located in an historic white bayside cottage that is shared by a group of Victoria Point community businesses.

Both child and dog friendly, Whitehouse Blend opens onto a tropical garden out front with cubby house and play equipment, outdoor furniture and a marquee, where on weekends, live music acts perform.

Whitehouse Blend Victoria Point

A small menu of food includes toasties, fresh baked scones and other sweet treats whilst a ‘toast station’ on the verandah provides a toaster, sliced bread and spreads which customers can toast themselves for a gold coin donation.

Whitehouse Blend Victoria Point

For drinks, as well-brewed local Delamauta coffee, there’s hot chocolate, chai latte, tea, juice and soft drinks.

Whitehouse Blend Victoria Point

Meanwhile, for dogs there’s puppycinos and a small menu of accompanying treats that are served in paper bowls on the ground.

Whitehouse Blend Victoria Point

Out back you’ll find an off-leash fully fenced dog and coffee garden - the Ironbark Dog café - where customers can enjoy their coffee whilst their pooch runs around playing with the provided toys.

Whitehouse Blend

312 Colburn Ave

Victoria Point

Opening hours

0413 599 024

Map

312 Colburn Ave Victoria Point

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