Set in the oldest designated public park in Queensland, Queens Park Café is a welcoming hub for both locals and visitors to the heritage city.
On any given day you’ll find families and couples and coffee lovers relaxing over food and drinks on the wide leafy verandas.
Owner Liz Reynolds has been here for almost seven years, with daughter Kirsten helping in the business and playing an integral role in running what is one of the city’s biggest and busiest cafes.
Liz said her team worked hard to provide a variety of options to suit diverse budgets and dietary requirements, and welcoming service was an important focus.
The all-day breakfast menu features a few crowd pleasers such as savoury mince on toast and eggs benny, and a cheese open grill that has been popular through the years.
The cabinet boasts a colourful array of cakes and sweet treats, and super thick shakes and icecream in cones are red hot favourites among the weekend crowds.
The friendly vibe extends to those who arrive with their furry friends – the café welcomes dogs on the deck.
The café is just a minute’s stroll to the Ipswich Nature Centre and Nerima Gardens.
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