Launceston City - Top coffee stops

When you’re visiting a new area, it’s always nice to stop and check or make plans for the day over a good coffee. Here are some suggestions to get you started.

Amelia Espresso

Amelia Espresso Launceston is a 7-5, Monday to Friday kind of espresso bar. We are friendly, casual, sometimes crazy busy and always happy to see you. 56 George Street, Launceston.

 

 

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The Bakery Cafe, Launceston

Following from their success in Exeter, the crew have brought their wares and service to the city! Great cafe… fab breakfast and lunch…. brilliant function room for private nights and dinner service.
106 George Street, Launceston

Fresh On Charles

Retro vegetarian, funky, relaxed. Fresh includes a café, restaurant, sundeck, bar & entertainment venue, and boutique accommodation in the form of two self-contained serviced apartments. Opposite Princes Square, Fresh provides an unbeatable blend of quality food and ambience.
178 Charles Street, Launceston

Elaia Cafe

Fabulous breakfasts in a roomy and busy cafe.
240 Charles St, Launceston

Cube Coffee

Welcome to Cube… where the coffee is fresh, the food is homemade, and the gelato is addictive. Cube can found at the Seaport and also at the Launceston aquatic centre.

 

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Croplines Coffee

Tucked away in a courtyard between PAterson and Brisbane Streets, Croplines is the place to buy your own coffee beans, after trying a coffee there first.
1 Brisbane Court, Launceston

Kudos Coffee and Juice Bar

Serving specialty coffee and freshly squeezed juices, you can also take your own lunch and sit inside while you sip your beverage.
Centreway Arcade, Launceston

Aromas Cafe

Located at the top end of Charles Street, next to the hospital, this place is constantly buzzing. A favourite with cyclists and locals alike.
272 Charles Street, Launceston

Mojo Music Coffee Hair

Get your hair cut, pick up a CD and sit down for a coffee and listen to some cool tunes – all in the one place!
81 Brisbane Street, Launceston

Epic Cafe

A hole-in-the-wall cafe off Brisbane Street run by Launceston restaurateur, Terry Fidler’s gregarious daughter Amelia.
84 Brisbane Street, Launceston (in the laneway toward the Centreway Arcade)

Milkbar Cafe + Workshop

Milkbar is a cosy, vintage-inspired, locally-owned cafe and workshop space. The coffee is roasted on site and the workshop space adds an extra dimension for crafty types to pick up a crochet hook or try making your own badge on their badge machine!
139 St John Street, Launceston

Sweet Brew

Launceston’s newest and funky coffee shops with a chalk wall mural, this hole in the wall on George Street serves not only great fair trade coffee, but has done a deal with Manu bread to serve some of the most delectable savouries and sweets in town.

93a George Street, Launceston

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