Bespoke coffee roasted in the 109 year old heritage listed Uki Post Office. What gets you up? You’d think that in idyllic Uki there’d be plenty to kickstart the day, wouldn’t you. Fresh, rainforest air. Breath-taking vistas of Wollumbin. Majestic clouds scudding across clear, blue skies and the warm vibes from the tight-knit community.
But what Uki actually leaps from the sheets for is coffee. From the minute they fire up their La Marzocco, locals flock to Bastion Lane for their morning fix. They roast it fresh right where they serve it, here in the 109 year-old, heritage-listed Uki Post Office, using the finest beans from the world’s premier growing regions.
Every bean they choose ends up in their Diedrich, the Rolls Royce of roasters. Their on-site espresso bar percolates daily with friendly chat, post office comings-and-goings and the aromas of the best coffee this side of the border ranges, carefully crafted by Gary and his team. And while they can dazzle with their barista skills, they’re more about knowing your name, patting your dog, shooting the breeze and making sure your cup is exactly how you like it. Because folks here get up for them.