Campos Long Island

Campos Long Island

After more than a year of development, Campos launched its new flagship café, Campos Long Island, in August. The 500-square-metre venue has three different sections, all with unique characteristics. Through these, Campos Long Island provides different atmospheres and settings within the one venue, which appeal to a variety of customers looking for different dining experiences.
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Hard Coffee Beach Café

In terms of location, there’s not much more you could want from Hard Coffee. The Noosa-based café is located just across the road from Noosa Heads Main Beach, and there’s a steady flow of surfers, locals, and tourists who pass by the idyllic spot for a surf or to stop at Shane Newton’s café for quality-produced coffee. “When I started here 11 years ago we were one of the only cafés serving specialty coffee and doing it well, but now the culture has become stronger and there’s a number of small roasters in Noosa and a greater push towards specialty coffee,” he says. “It’s good for the town to have options. It does make it more competitive, but it has also educated people to have a greater appreciation for specialty coffee.”
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Café Diversity

Café Diversity Owners Kris and Emily De Silva have gone from running a Melbourne reception centre that served 400 meals in one sitting, to a 160-seater beachside café in Queensland. “It was time for a sea change. We spent 10 years in Melbourne running the centre, but had always wanted to move up to Queensland. We bought a caravan, travelled for seven months, then decided to make Redcliffe home. We’ve been there two years now,” Kris says.
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The Daily Coffee Co

  Nestled into the ground floor of the heritage-listed University of Queensland Business School, The Daily Coffee Co is open for business and pouring coffees for sleep-deprived Brisbane students and
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Extraction Artisan Coffee

It took 18 months of blood, sweat, tears, and big life decisions, but Extraction Artisan Coffee is ready to change the game for coffee lovers in the heart of Slacks Creek. The venture has been a labour
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Emjays Coffee

When Ian Griggs first moved to Australia from North England, he gained a foothold in the hospitality market by selling coffee around Maroochydore on the Sunshine Coast. “At the time we got lots
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Woodman’s Axe Espresso

Within the competition circuit, Merryn Ward is a familiar name. She is a two-time Queensland Cup Tasters Champion and third-place winner in the 2015 Australian Cup Tasters Championship. But when she’s not slurping coffee to the roar of a crowd or a ticking clock, Merryn is behind the coffee machine with husband Steve at Woodman’s Axe Espresso in Mackay.
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Journeymen Coffee Roasters

When passersby peer through the roller door and smell the rich roasting aroma of coffee, their inquisitiveness often gets the better of them: “What’s going on?” they ask. “We’re
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Velocity Espresso Bar

No two days are the same at Gold Coast Airport. One day actor Hugh Jackman might by strolling through the terminals, the next hundreds of customers are in a panic after hearing their flight is delayed.
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