Sunspace Cafe

Doonan

SUNSPACE CAFE HAS PERMANENTLY CLOSED.

Sunspace Cafe is a homely organic cafe surrounded by gardens of colorful flowers tucked away in the coastal hamlet of Doonan in the Noosa hinterland.

The produce is all organic or biodynamically produced, with some being grown in the cafe's own abundant vegetable garden, which doubles as a great place for children to explore.

Sunspace Cafe Doonan

The vegan/vegetarian inspired menu features healthy meals with delicious sauces and dips. Beverages include smoothies, fresh seasonal juices, fermented kombucha, Little Cove Fair Trade coffee, and of course spicy chai tea.

Sunspace Cafe Doonan

Sunspace Cafe has a quiet, comfortable verandah which is a perfect spot to sit with a home-baked sweet treat and enjoy the stunning Noosa hinterland. There are also some organic products and hand made goodies for sale at the cafe's own eco shop.

Sunspace Cafe Doonan

Nice to know - Sunspace Cafe hosts themed dining evenings, regular talks, classes and community-based workshops, so keep an eye out for future events.

By Lucy Hordern

Sunspace Cafe

6 Beddington Dr

Doonan

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6 Beddington Dr Doonan

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