There is more than just coffee available in two of Blackall’s best coffee shops.
On the main street, The Drawing Board offers a blend of coffee and fashion. A collective boutique for a busy Australian women looking for fun, practical, quality fashion and accessories.
Offering a mean coffee and a range of muffins and biscuits, this unique shop allows customers to relax, catch up with friends, grab the perfect gift and keep up with the latest fashions.
Customers at The Drawing Board tell it like it is………
“This quaint little country cafe was the perfect place to stop for a coffee and bite to eat on our way through Blackall. Best boutique in the central west. Coffee is amazing, with fashion and gifts also.
What else could a girl ask for!”
Just up Hawthorn St, past Blackall’s Cultural Centre is The Lodge on Hawthorn. Originally the town’s Masonic Temple, this magnificent heritage listed building is now a coffee shop, restaurant and antique and art shop.
Offering a seasonal menu accompanied by a wide variety of exquisite fine teas and delicious Queensland roasted coffee. Enjoy with a slice of their famous flourless chocolate cake or tasty steak sandwich made with local beef on a toasted turkish.
The Lodge boasts a unique collection of antiques and art for sale that is not likely to be found anywhere else in Regional Queensland. Many hand crafted local and regional products are available, a truly eclectic mix of unique, original antiquities and giftware.
Why not stay another day and enjoy a little bit of fine dining in the Outback?
On the weekends, The Lodge is the place for a gourmet experience in Blackall. Boasting an exciting evening menu that includes Atlantic Salmon with hollandaise or local Barcoo Butchery Rib Fillet with cafe de Paris sauce. BYO dining-in is available on Saturday and Sunday nights, or during the week for a booking of 10 or more.
And what do Lodge customers reckon?
“Most inviting coffee shop in Eastern Australia. Just love it here! Second visit.”
There is most definitely more than just coffee on offer! Pop in and see, it will be worth the experience.