The Rabbit Hole Cafe & Bar

Wynnum

The Rabbit Hole Cafe & Bar in Wynnum offers something for everyone - outdoor tables to welcome pets, relaxing indoor corners and an inspirational space tucked away upstairs (with a basket of toys for little ones).

Rabbit Hole Cafe Wynnum

Inside, the walls of the cafe bar, which occupies an old store, are filled with interesting historic photographs from the Wynnum area as well as handmade trinkets and curiosities.

Rabbit Hole Cafe Wynnum

Some highlights of The Rabbit Hole Cafe breakfast menu include apple crumble french toast, banana & bacon pancakes, corn & coriander fritters, avocado & beetroot labna and corso salsa.

Rabbit Hole Cafe Wynnum

Meanwhile, the lunch menu features anti-oxidant power salads, pulled pork burgers, caramelised balsamic goat cheese pasta and confit duck salad. There are also dedicated vegan and children's menus available.

Rabbit Hole Cafe Wynnum

The Rabbit Hole Cafe serves Campos coffee as well as loose-leaf Origin teas, fresh smoothies, milkshakes and cold-pressed juices. The cafe is also licensed from 10am, serving a fine range of champagne, wine, beer and ciders.

In a nutshell - Perfect dog-friendly, family-friendly spot to grab a coffee, and enjoy a gourmet breakfast or lunch.

Need to know - Parking is available along Tingal Rd.

By Lucy Hordern

Rabbit Hole Cafe

339 Tingal Rd

Wynnum

Opening hours

0417 667 796

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