Ipswich best cafes - Visit Brisbane


Get your morning fix at one of these Ipswich cafes

For those who like to take it easy in the morning with a freshly brewed coffee and a sweet or savoury treat to banish the hunger pangs, you can’t go past one of these delicious Ipswich cafes. 

Dinmore Cottage Tea House

Dinnmore Cottage tea House boasts an amazing range of tea and high tea delights as well as strong and vibrant coffee with an intense smooth flavour perfect for coffee lovers. For something different, once you've finished your cup, get your tea leaves read by Annie Okaley - Celtic Tarot Owner.

Seed Coffee

Seed Coffee is a humble little cafe that serves up tasty cakes, fresh and healthy food and excellent coffee. What started as a cupcake business for the two owners and friends, Elisha and Hayley, blossomed into this cosy cafe located on Limestone St

Dancing Bean

Grab a brew at this funky little coffee roastery with a rustic feel, tucked away down a lane-way. The award-winning coffee is freshly roasted onsite and offers a range of single origin or house blends to try onsite or take home. 

Ellen and Rod

After developing their own trademark coffee grinds, Ellen and Rod are using True Grit coffee to take over the Ipswich caffeine scene. The perfect morning pick-me-up can be found in a single origin coffee and fresh pastry or dine in on the lambs fry pie with bacon in a thick gravy – because mornings are made better with bacon. 



Serving up everything from light lunches and snacks to hearty main meals and desserts, Fourthchild will have grumbling tummies quickly satisfied. Using locally sourced ingredients from the Lockyer Valley and Campos Coffee ready to brew, the team behind Fourthchild prepare everything fresh on site, and do so with a smile. 

116 Laneway

Coffee connoisseurs flock to this espresso nook, where upturned crates against brick walls give a very Melbourne feel ... but with typical Ipswich-style laid-back friendliness. Pop in for a quick caffeine hit and muffin or lounge around for cafe eats and a decadent milkshake. 

Oikos Cafe

This little cafe in the heart of Ipswich has derived its name from the Greek word Okios, meaning family/community. We can say without a doubt, that the hospitality and service you'll find here truly reflects their chosen name. With healthy, family style meals on offer that utilise locally sourced ingredients, you'll  leave full and happy. We recommend the healthy bowls packed full of healthy fruit, grains and yoghurt. 

Strictly Coffee

Not one, not two, but three coffee blends are on offer to coffee fanatics. Choose from the house blend, guest blend or single origin for your caffeine hit and pair with freshly baked treats from The Cake Lady – there's no food fluff at this joint.  

Rafter and Rose

Rafter and Rose

Taking over picturesque Laneway 17 and a small historic shop, Rafter and Rose is the definition of a quaint and cosy cafe. With exposed brick walls and a country feel, the must-try menu reflects the outlay with freshly made croissants and brownies, eggs with bacon jam and french toast brioche. 

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