It’s often hard to find great coffee in small towns. But just a few hours south of Sydney, in the delightful village of Bawley Point, to find great coffee, all you need to do is go with the Flo! Flo Food Van is where you’ll find high quality coffee, home-made baked goods, and some of the best gourmet toasties you’re likely to taste. And once you’ve got your coffee and snacks, just mosey on down to the headland where you can eat and drink, while you enjoy uninterrupted ocean views! If you’re lucky, you might even see a whale!
Just down the road, in the sleepy seaside village of Kiola, lyes Saltwood Cafe & Lifestyle. An unexpected, yet welcome, addition to the area, Saltwood has a distinctly Balinese setting and vibe. Many of the restaurant’s structures- including a delightful series of wooden shutters- and furnishings, have been imported from Bali. The menu also features some Indonesian influences, with a classic and authentic Nasi Goreng one of the best sellers. There’s also burgers, tacos, curries and more. Fully licenced, diners can also enjoy a selection of wines, and a local beer on tap. Saltwood also features an in-house shop, selling Balinese homewares, as well as a curated range of fashion and accessories.
If you love your live music, look no further than Harvest Bar Milton. Harvest is where locals, and tourists, gather to eat, drink, and be merry! The food here is designed to be shared with stand-out dishes including a classic Ploughman’s Lunch, laden with locally sourced produce, as well as arancini balls with a side of house-made pesto, and pulled-pork tacos. Harvest are also great supporters of live music, with locals playing there every weekend. From the food and drinks, to the live music, everything at Harvest is designed to be shared!