Kadison & Lealta

Petrie

Kadison & Lealta is a quaint timber cottage cafe tucked behind a picket fence and courtyard garden in Petrie.

Featuring colorful walls and curtained windows, the cottage itself is a living piece of history.

Kadison & Lealta Petrie

The hearty food at Kadison & Lealta includes ham & cheese omelettes, breakfast stacks, open grill sandwiches, salad wraps, chicken & mushroom toasties, and a selection of home baked cakes and slices.

Kadison & Lealta Petrie

Drinks at Kadison & Lealta range from coffee and shakes to fresh fruit smoothies. Meals and snacks can be enjoyed dine in, take away, or outside in the fenced garden, which provides the perfect space for children and pets. Flowers are also a specialty at Kadison & Lealta and can be pre-ordered for special occasions and events.

Kadison & Lealta Petrie

In a nutshell - Family and pet friendly cafe housed in an historic Petrie cottage, serving health conscious, hearty brunches and lunches.

Nice to know - Street parking is available behind the cafe - access via Cooke St.

By Lucy Hordern

Kadison & Lealta

1 Dayboro Rd

Petrie

Opening hours

0431 454 413

Map

1 Dayboro Rd Petrie

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