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Froth over Burleigh’s new eco-friendly coffee spot

Another day, another couple of Gold Coast legends doing something good for the world while also pouring epic coffees and providing us with the tastiest of baked goodies.

Said legends doing good things for the world are Jack Dillon and Lee Sanders, owners of Burleigh’s latest café Frothin’ Bubbles, found out on Township Drive.

 

It’s an intimate little space, built for grabbing coffee, baked goodies and lunch treats on the fly but also providing a sweet outdoor space covered in flower pots and timber seating and with plenty of spots for bike parking.

The boys have built the interior themselves with lots of wooden accents, hessian sacks and pops of bright colour and everything is made from recycled timber.

All their packaging is biodegradable and their aim is to create the Gold Coast’s first completely sustainable café. Which we are very excited about.

They’re also using entirely Gold Coast suppliers including the absolute legends at Fuel Bakehouse for all the baked treats, Open House coffee fresh out of Yatala and raw foods from Nourished by Sally.

There are doughnuts, croissants, gourmet pies, wraps and paninis and they are all fresh and delicious and the perfect on-the-go eats.

The pair met while working in a venue up north, Jack was the Chef and Lee ran the place and the two decided they would like to get a little bit more balance back in their lives and here we are, reaping the benefits of that decision.

Their shared passion lies in keeping everything close to home and giving back to the environment as much as they possibly can.

Works for us.

Get down there to show the boys some of that local support they’re all about.

LOCATION: 2/25 Township Drive, West Burleigh
HOURS: 6am until 2.30pm Monday to Friday

Words and photos by Kirra Smith

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