Connecting Southern Gold Coast’s ‘It’s Coffee Time’ brochure has been reprinted, with copies distributed across the Southern Gold Coast to Information Centres and accommodation houses, providing a comprehensive guide on where to get a caffeine fix throughout the region.
First published in 2014, with a rapidly expanding coffee culture on the Southern Gold Coast, the guide covers the top spots to grab a cup of liquid gold in Coolangatta, Tugun, Bilinga, Kirra, Currumbin and Rainbow Bay.
Connecting Southern Gold Coast (CSGC) CEO, Peter Doggett, said the Southern Gold Coast was developing a reputation as the coast’s coffee hot spot.
“We have seen the number of cafés and coffee shops in our region grow from less than 50 to now almost 70 in the space of a year,” said Mr Doggett. “Marry that with our spectacular beachfront views and proximity to the hinterland, and you have a match made in heaven.”
“‘It’s Coffee Time’ is the complete guide to all the cafés on the Southern Gold Coast and is ideal for visitors here on holidays, as well as those who would like to try somewhere different and support other blossoming businesses.
“It’s exciting to see the expansion of thriving local businesses and our region becoming known as the hub for coffee lovers.”
To get your hands on the latest brochure, the digital version can be found here.
For hard copies, contact the CSGC office on (07) 5534 3500.
Pictured: La Costa Motel owner, Di Cartmill, Cr Gail O'Neill and CSGC CEO Peter Doggett with the 'La Costa Mocha' at Mervyn Roys Cafe, Bilinga - inspired by the retro La Costa Motel.