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Holidays Cafe

Opens at 7:00 AM

55 Jeffery Court, open to public, located inside caravan park, Agnes Water QLD

1 Review

Best Known For

BREAKY BURRITO Bacon, egg, spinach, cheese, tomato, hash brown, green tomato relish & BBQ sauce. EGGS BENEDICT Poached eggs, bacon, spinach, toasted sourdough & hollandaise sauce. CHARGRILLED CHICKEN, BACON & GUACAMOLE SALAD Mixed lettuce, tomato, cucumber, caesar dressing, add Chargrilled king Prawns. FISH TACO SOFT SHELL Lettuce, guacamole, onion, cucumber, cheese, tomato, jalapeño dressing.

Location & Map

55 Jeffery Court, open to public, located inside caravan park, Agnes Water 4677 QLD - See Map

Features & Facilities

Payments Accepted: Visa, Mastercard, Eftpos, Apple Pay

Seats: 55  

Opening Hours

Mon  7:00 AM - 4:00 PM
Tue  7:00 AM - 4:00 PM
Wed  7:00 AM - 4:00 PM
Thu  7:00 AM - 4:00 PM
Fri  7:00 AM - 4:00 PM
Sat  7:00 AM - 4:00 PM
Sun  7:00 AM - 4:00 PM

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Member Reviews (1)


Taste buds were very happy! And so was I!
OH MY GOODNESS!! We loved it here! It is Wheelchair friendly with a ramp, with seating on the deck or out under the beautiful gums on the grass. As you can imagine getting down to the beach is difficult in a Wheelchair, however I felt like I was on the edge of paradise. It was like medicine for my soul. The view was gorgeous, food was so tasty, really great portion sizes, came out quickly and was a fantastic price! And the coffee was so on point! Perfection. We had a few meals there while we were staying in Agnes Waters on Holidays, and we are going to be returning for sure in the future.

I must add... I do believe it was Heidi the owner, who added an extra charm to this quaint little beach shack cafe, she was sincere and made the plates of food with love. You could tell she wanted to be there, and that she wanted genuinely look after you. Her warmth came from the inner depths of her soul. This was evident especially on the weekends when the local kids would drop by for a quick snack between waves. She treated them all as her own, and you could see they respected her.

With regards to Wheelchair parking, you just need to ask the staff in the office at the entry of the caravan park to open the boom-gate for you so that you can park directly near the cafe. They are very happy to do so for you.

I can't wait to go back! ??