Milano Gelateria

Stones Corner

Milano Gelateria is a sweet addition to Stones Corner serving award-winning gelato and sorbet from a tiny shopfront on Logan Road.

Established on the Sunshine Coast in 2003, Stones Corner is Milano’s second location (after Caloundra) and lucky locals couldn’t be happier. Open every day, except Monday, Milano scoops scrumptious Italian-style ice-cream from noon til arond 9 at night*. 

Milano Gelateria Stones Corner

Made using traditional recipes with only the best, natural ingredients, Milano creates over 100 authentic flavours with 24 available in store at any one time (including dairy and gluten free options). Served in paper cup or waffle cone, customers can choose from fresh, fruity sorbets - like lemon, nectarine and mango - to rich and creamy gelato: coffee macchiato, salted caramel, cookies and cream, choco rum and mint to name a few flavours.  

Milano Gelateria Stones Corner

Besides delicious sorbet and gelato, Milano provides Italian-style hot chocolate and espresso. Dine-in or takeaway with plenty of benches along leafy Logan Road to sit at. 

Milano Gelateria Stones Corner

*Opening hours correct at time of writing in Mar 2016 

By Deb Lidster

Milano Gelateria

388 Logan Rd

Stones Corner

Opening Hours

3162 4217

Map

388 Logan Rd Stones Corner

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