5 cafes to visit in Byron Bay

Byron Bay is nestled on the coastline of Northern NSW and has become increasingly popular for its laid back lifestyle, surf culture and delicious vegan and vegetarian cafes. Here you will find every day comes with a casual dress code and every morning starts with a trip to the beach before brunch. If you walk around town you will find an abundance of beautiful cafes, each offering their own unique style, food option and delicious coffee blend. So to get you started I have narrowed down the list of the five best cafes to visit while you are in Byron Bay.

Combi

A personal favourite of mine, Combi offers a range of healthy food options and delicious coffee. The Acai Bowls come in a range of flavours and are some of the best I have had around the globe.

Folk

Just on the outskirts of town and the perfect first stop for those making the day trip from the Gold Coast, Folk offers a range of plant based meals and is committed to providing good food and a lush atmosphere. You will find yourself spending hours here as you feel completely at peace having your first coffee for the day.

Three Blue Ducks

Located in ‘The Farm’ Three Blue Ducks offers a range of delicious and wholesome meals. Why not come by on a weekend and try the Sunday roast, a favourite amongst locals and tourists alike. Love what you eat while you’re here? Then make sure you pick up some of the local farm produce and a Three Blue Ducks cookbook before venturing off for the day.

The General Store

Another favourite of mine, The General Store is nestled a short fifteen minute walk from the beach and offers a range of delicious treat, coffee and you can even pick up a new plant friend while you are here. Everything about this store invites you in from the tropical vibes to the warm tones and greenery.

Sparrow

For those who like there coffee on the go. Sparrow is a cute hole in the wall coffee shop located just minutes from the beach, an excellent place to grab a coffee post surf or before venturing off to do some shopping at one of the many beautiful boutiques stores.

Have a favourite cafe in Byron Bay that isn’t mentioned here, mention it in the comments below!

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