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Happy Birthday Bundaberg – Welcome Maryborough

Maryborough Opens on the 6 year anniversary of our Bundaberg Store

6 years ago today we opened our doors for the very first time, down a little arcade at the ‘quiet end’ of town.  It was Wednesday the 28th December 2011.

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Today, quite by accident on Wednesday the 28th December 2018 we opened the doors to our second store in Maryborough.

We were meant to open a few weeks back but as things go, we didn’t quite make it and I’m quite sure it was meant to be.  Today has go

ne really well with the team serving up over 100 coffees to the City of Maryborough.

Maryborough has been super patient with us while we’ve gone about transforming the former Pawn Broker shop into a beautiful space for people to come and meet and relax.   To catch up with old friends, and to make some new ones.  And last but not least to enjoy some great coffee and delicious food.

Our team is very excited about our future in Maryborough, and what we can bring to the community.  Alowishus Delicious exists to be a place for people to meet and develop meaningful relationships and to grow in the community.   We are eager to get to know the people of Maryborough and develop and grow.

Community Based

Just today I received a letter from the Mayor’s office in Bundaberg, letting us know that Alowishus Delicious will be awarded the “Australia Day 2017 – Business Spirit Award”.  This award is in recognition of outstanding achievements by an individual or a business that has made a significant contribution to the development of  the region’s economy.   We are very excited to be receiving this award.

Buying and using local produce is a key criterion of our menu at Alowishus, so we are currently looking for local growers of fresh produce.  If you know people please ask them to email [email protected]

We are also looking for a community group to partner with to roll out our Pay It Forward Program and you can read more information here:

https://alowishus.com.au/payitforward

Visit Impact Community Services website to read a little more about what we are doing in the community

https://www.impact.org.au//surprising-stories/community-support

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Along with this we are chasing a contact within the community who works with young children.  Maybe someone from the children’s ward at a hospital or a specialist program working with children.  We donate the sales from all our baby chinos to the Children’s Ward at the Bundaberg Base Hospital and would like to do something similar in Maryborough.

You can read more about the organisations we support here:

https://alowishus.com.au/we-support/

So a big thanks to Maryborough for making us feel so welcome.

Blessings

Tracey McPhee

Founder

Cafes Bundaberg – 5 Local Cafes Worth Instagramming About

Cafes Bundaberg

Cafes Bundaberg – A big Thank You to our awesome Social Media Manager Olivia Harvey, due to her efforts, Alowishus Delicious has been voted as one of 5 local cafes worth instagramming about.

Thanks to Bundaberg North Burnett Tourism for the original blog post and for choosing to feature us.  You can read it here:

5 Local Cafes Worth Instagramming About In The Bundaberg North Burnett Region

 

5 Local Cafes Worth Instagramming About In The Bundaberg North Burnett Region

Alowishus hit the list for Bundaberg Cafes worth Instagramming about.  Check us out on Instagram – cafes Bundaberg

1. Nonna’s Gelateria @ The Windmill

Ice-cream for breakfast? Yes, please! Located in Bargara this picturesque café is worth an Instagram post without even going in, however, if you do you will surely be rewarded.  They have delicious baked goods, acai bowls and incredible breakfasts.

A beautiful, sunny day at Nonna's Gelateria @ The Windmill (Credit: Sarahdibbs)
A beautiful, sunny day at Nonna’s Gelateria @ The Windmill (Credit: Sarahdibbs)

2. Nourish Café

If you are looking for something fresh, light and clean you should check out Nourish Café.

Offering delectable meals made from whole foods and local produce, most noteworthy, they have in-house made bread, and cooking workshops.

Nourish Bounty Bowl (Credit: Sisteremma)
Nourish Bounty Bowl (Credit: Sisteremma)

3. Indulge

Brisbane Times Good Food Guide People’s Choice Winners 2016 local café Indulge.  They create their menu around their motto; ‘we know where it came from and how it was made’.

Sourcing fresh, in-season produce daily from local growers and producers making them a second-to-none dining spot for locals and visitors alike.

Delicious Poached Pear Breakfast at 'Indulge' (Credit: Kat_cot)
Delicious Poached Pear Breakfast at ‘Indulge’ (Credit: Kat_cot)

4. Sea Gypsy

Located at Burnett Heads is a small café whose boho vibes can be felt before you even enter the door. If you are in the mood to relax, wear a long floral skirt and sip chai lattes, then this is the place to go.

Vege Share Platter at 'Sea Gypsy' (Credit: Imejine)

Vege Share Platter at ‘Sea Gypsy’ (Credit: Imejine)

5. Alowishus Delicious

Besides having the best Instagram game in Bundaberg this alleyway coffee shop is a favourite among locals. Particularly for their coffee, fresh takeaway lunch options and quality catch ups. Don’t be afraid to head down the alley and see their quirky table ‘numbers’!

'Alowishus Delicious' takeaway lunches (Credit: Alowishus)
‘Alowishus Delicious’ takeaway lunches (Credit: Alowishus)

Click here to see our menu featuring loads of local produce

Bundaberg Cafe Alowishus Delicious Visiting Local Farms

The number of cafes Bundaberg has to offer is growing every year and we are proud to be amongst your favourite ones.