Best Things to do in Mitchelton

& Gaythorne

The northern Brisbane suburb of Mitchelton and its neighbour Gaythorne are not just full of character houses and leafy streets  but they are home to cool bars & cafes, top notch coffee & burger joints, a market, Brisbane's funkiest cakery, walks and parks:

Ion Cafe & Bar in Mitchelton occupies a classic Queensland worker's cottage with an outdoor deck
Two Charming Finches is a laidback cafe with a creative vibe on Mitchelton's Blackwood Street
The Grove Specialty Coffee is a cool little coffee oasis tucked away in Mitchelton's Blackwood St dining precinct
The Woods Bar is a cool bar eatery with laneway seating in Mitchelton's Blackwood Street precinct
With its gourmet, seasonal breakfast and lunch menu, Hobby Lane Cafe fits perfectly into Mitchelton's Blackwood Street precinct
The first Sunday of each month sees Blackwood Street host the popular Jan Powers Farmers Markets
Miss Kay's Burger Bar brings a splash of neon, an inner-city vibe and top burgers to Brisbane's northside
This path of approx 8km return has a surprisingly rural feel, twisting along Kedron Brook via old farmlands.
Great food and great coffee are the order of the day at Blackwood Cafe & Espresso Bar in Mitchelton
Mitchelton locals have been frequenting Vietnamese Avachat Café for years whilst keeping it close to their chests
The Artist Cafe & Manach Gallery is a surprising green oasis in Mitchelton, located in the historic Salvation Army Church

Few non-locals know of this little slice of early colonial history atop a hill with commanding views towards the north and city

Mitchelton's library has a cute little verandah cafe attached that is family friendly and serves great coffee

Sibling to its Valley sister, this Gaythorne hideaway serves personalised artisan cupcakes with a twist
Hansell and Gretel Espresso and Breakfast Bar is arguably one of the best breakfast cafes in Brisbane's north.
This funky little cafe which serves up one of the best foodie's breakfasts to be found anywhere in Brisbane.
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