Betty's Burgers

Newstead

Betty's Burgers bring a touch of retro with a summery Noosa vibe to inner city Newstead.

With 1950s beach memorabilia adorning the walls, this light-filled cafe is an ideal place to enjoy a classic burger and chips.

Betty's Burgers Newstead

Diners can expect a range of burgers featuring Australian sourced Angus beef (Betty's Classic), fried mushrooms (Shroom Burger), southern fried chicken (Crispy Chicken Burger) or bun free (Bare Betty).

Betty's Burgers Newstead

Betty's Burgers are fully licensed and also offer a range of thickshakes, soft drinks and juices. Salads, fries and onion rings also make a popular accompaniment to any Betty's Burger meal.

Betty's Burgers Newstead

Desserts come in the form of Betty's classic "concretes" (frozen yogurt) which come in a variety of flavors and design your own sauces including salted caramel, lemon curd, vanilla custard or new york cheesecake.

Betty's Burgers Newstead

In a nutshell - 1950s beachside vibe serving high quality burgers and desserts taking Newstead by storm.

Nice to know - Parking is available in the small carpark within the Haven complex.

*Opening hours correct at time of visiting in November 2017.

By Lucy Hordern

Betty's Burgers

Haven

63 Skyring Tce

Newstead

Daily 11-later*

Map

63 Skyring Tce Newstead

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