Tiny Tree Cafe

Coorparoo

Tiny Tree Café is a triple treat in Coorparoo - a charming café, antique store and garden nursery specialising in bonsai trees

Nestled on Cavendish Road where California Native used to be, the stunning space has been transformed in an elegant French-inspired café and antique store with a beautiful courtyard garden nursery.

Tiny Tree Café Coorparoo

The quaint café sits at the entrance offering excellent espresso by boutique coffee outfit The Establishment, served along with a selection of sweet treats such as chocolate brownies, pastries and almond croissants.

Tiny Tree Café Coorparoo

Latrobe Antiques occupies the rear of the store selling gorgeous English, French and Italian antique furniture and ornamental items - from farmhouse tables and French baker stands to long case clocks.

Tiny Tree Café Coorparoo

Outside, a cute, art-deco courtyard showcases a variety of plants but especially Japanese tiny bonsai trees in decorative containers.  

Tiny Tree Café Coorparoo

Nice to know – Network 2, Camp Hill’s popular fashion boutique is relocating into the space next door – coffee, food, fashion, antiques and plants all in one place!

By Deb Lidster

Tiny Tree Café

420 Cavendish Rd

Coorparoo

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420 Cavendish Rd Coorparoo

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