Best Things to do in Coorparoo

From nursery cafes, cool cafes, a wetland, a cheese factory, funky bar, boutique cinema and delicious global eateries, here's 20+ great things to do in the inner eastside suburb of Coorparoo:

Maude is a light-filled, contemporary cafe in Coorparoo providing expertly-brewed coffee and delicious fare
Tiny Tree Café is a triple treat in Coorparoo - a charming café, antique store and garden nursery specialising in bonsai trees
Beyond the Pale is a contemporary casual eatery and bar - the first dedicated bar for Coorparoo
Factory 51 is an oasis of industrial cool – a bar, pizzeria and bistro in a century old back street factory in Coorparoo
State of the art entertainment venue Dendy Coorparoo is the jewel in the crown of Coorparoo Square
 The Kelsey Cafe in Coorparoo's popular Martha Street dining precinct is housed in an old Queenslander with wrap-around veranda
California Native is a cool ambient American restaurant bar in an historic Coorparoo store
Bistro Korea is a cute contemporary eatery offering 12 of Korea’s best traditional dishes from bibimbab to deep fried chicken
Brisbane’s favourite gelato maker, La Macelleria, has added another location - and this time it’s in the suburbs at Coorparoo
Little Genovese adds the cool quotient to Coorparoo with a warehouse-style espresso bar pouring Genovese single origins and seasonal blends
Traditional Afghan restaurant Bamiyan is an unexpected find in a little strip of shops and eateries in suburban Coorparoo
Primarily a wholesaler, this family owned Cypriot cheese factory has the market cornered in Brisbane
The Eva St Privateer is a popular Coorparoo café serving well-brewed cups of Di Bella coffee alongside a range of tasty treats.
A funky green coffee den in an old shop off Old Cleveland Rd, Bang is the younger sibling of Groove Cafe in Annerley.
Mission Vietnamese is a cute, little street eatery serving all your favourite Vietnamese fare
Every suburb could do with a Cream where all of the delicious European style pastries hail from a purpose built pastry kitchen.
As far as great places to eat breakfast in Brisbane go, Flute at Coorparoo would have to be up there with the best in the east
An artificial wetland plonked right at the rim of Coorparoo’s commercial centre, Bowies Reserve is a small and surprising retreat from the bustling revamped shopping centre nearby.
Historical interest Spots

The Myer Centre may be gone but 2 remnants of history remain on the main streets of Coorparoo - Tram Post no 86, from the days trams trundled through Old Cleveland Rd and the Queen Alexandra Home

Looking to discover more hidden gems of Brisbane, check out our Guide to Brisbane Suburbs HERE! Happy exploring!

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