Tuckshop is a "stop and go" treasure of a corner cafe offering comfort food and beverages at Margate on the Redcliffe Peninsula.

This is an excellent spot to grab a coffee and snacks en route to nearby Margate Beach, overlooking Moreton Bay.

Tuckshop, Margate

The menu includes a wide range of savoury and sweet toasties, as well as seasonal lunch specials such as quiches and pulled pork & coleslaw on turkish. Tuckhop's front counter is filled with home-baked brownies, cakes, plenty of biscuits and sweet slices.

Tuckshop, Margate

Look out for their signature yellow bike on the footpath, with accompanying water bowl to ensure canine companions stay hydrated. Other drinks on offer are locally roasted Neli coffee, old school milkshakes, juices, and a range of fresh fruit smoothies (berry, tropical, banana & cinnamon, date & honey).

Tuckshop, Margate

In a nutshell - Comfort food and local Neli Coffee, perfect to take away and enjoy at Margate Beach.

Nice to Know - Street parking is available along Bank St.

By Lucy Hordern


266 Oxley Ave


Opening hours

0426 193 472


366 Oxley Ave Margate

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