Crampton Social Cafe

Keperra

Crampton Social Cafe is a friendly and community minded Keperra eatery offering specialty coffee and a hearty weekend breakfast. This suburban cafe has a great vibe and the larger share tables are a fun way to make new aquaintances over brunch. 

Crampton Social Cafe Keparra

The emphasis is on local, seasonal, organic produce and sourcing products from ethical origins - as can be seen by the interesting coffee plantation photos on the wall.

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Crampton Social Cafe serves direct trade coffee from Baxter and Sons Roasters made on Maleny Milk, as well as Chamellia Certified Organic Teas, fresh smoothies, and Noah's Juices.

Crampton Social Cafe Keparra

Aside from a host of home made cakes, they have a mega-tempting breakfast menu which features Wild Berry and Ricotta Waffles, Sweet Corn and Feta Fritters, Sauteed Mushrooms with Potato Rostis,  and Banana stuffed French Toast. 

Crampton Social Cafe Keparra

Nice to know: There is a small car park located directly in front of Crampton Social Cafe and another just up the hill from the cafe. It is an easy five minute walk from Keperra Train Station.

by Lucy Hordern

2/55 Gilston Street

Keperra

Opening Hours

0488 488 955

Map

55 Gilston Street, Keperra

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