Wilderness Bar

Lawnton

Wilderness Bar is Lawnton's secret little place to pull up an upcycled stool and enjoy a cup of Supreme coffee among the plant collection.

There are Frankie magazines to browse, friendly dinosaurs to pat and some tasty snacks to be had here.

Wilderness Bar Lawnton

For breakfast or brunch, there are waffles, toasties, croissants and vegie stacks. Aside from coffee, Wilderness Bar also serve a healthy selection of smoothies, milkshakes, house-made juices and loose leaf teas.

Wilderness Bar Lawnton

There is seating available both indoors and out, including some super comfy retro chairs and cushions, custom made for relaxing. With plants dotted all around the store, this cafe is indeed a little bit of wilderness in north Brisbane worth stopping by sometime.

Wilderness Bar Lawnton

In a nutshell - Northside suburban cafe serving Supreme coffee, muffins and a tempting range of home made toasties and croissants.

Need to know - Wilderness Bar is conveniently located opposite Lawnton Train Station and has a small car park out the front.

By Lucy Hordern

Wilderness Bar

2 Ebert Pl

Lawnton

Opening hours

0414 613 839

Map

2 Ebert Pl Lawnton

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