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Echuca Moama's Best of the Beans

Where to get your coffee fix in Echuca Moama

The tribe has spoken!

…our loyal tribe of social media followers, that is.

With a growing café culture that could rival some of the famous capital city eat streets, we thought it was high time to let you in on one of the most important things you need to know when visiting Echuca Moama – where to get the best coffee in town!

From our very own local roasters to cafes that can barista with the best, we asked our social media followers to share their favourite coffee spots with us. From their 40+ nominations, we have brewed up this handy list of favourites to make sure you are never without a good coffee when you next visit.

So without further ado...(drumroll, please)…

We present you with Echuca Moama’s Best of the Beans list!

You can thank us later, preferably after your morning coffee fix when all is good in the world.

Have you managed to caffeinate at any of these venues? Make sure to leave a comment and let us know what you think!

Johnny & Lyle

There are three things that come to mind when we think of Johnny & Lyle – the lush garden courtyard, delicious brunch and amazing coffee! This popular café is always abuzz with breakfast and brunch-goers on weekends, and plenty of others grabbing a coffee to go. I mean, if you’re going to have to wait for a takeaway, there’s really no better place than the Johnny & Lyle courtyard! As one of our top-rated nominees, make sure you pop in and see what all the fuss is about.

433 High Street, Echuca

Shebani’s

You will feel like you have stepped off the High Street and into Morocco at Shebani’s. Famous for its Mediterranean cuisine and all day breakfast, Shebani’s makes a mean coffee, which we love to pair with their delicious homemade macarons! Enjoy your coffee in the brightly coloured indoor café, outside in the garden terrace courtyard, street-side amongst the vibe of the High Street, or grab one to go.

535 High Street, Echuca

Shebanis counter 

Forever Fresh European Cafe

One of the latest cafes to open in town, the Forever Fresh European Café serves up a coffee to rival Lygon Street’s best! Hot tip: make sure you complement your coffee with one of the delicious pastries on offer. We recommend the Portuguese Tarts – delicioso! Before you leave, wander through the market and pick up some fresh produce and tasty delights, which is an experience in itself.

180 Annesley Street, Echuca 

The Nook on High

If you like to sip and shop, then The Nook on High should be your go to coffee spot. As well as making one of the best coffees in town, The Nook stocks a gorgeous range of gifts, gadgets and homewares. Grab your coffee to go and roam the store as you drink, or sit down in the window and watch the buzz of the High Street from your own quiet corner. The Nook offers coffee and cake as well as a breakfast and lunch menu.

542 High Street, Echuca Nook on High

The Odd Captain

There’s nothing odd about the coffee at The Odd Captain, located in the historic Port of Echuca precinct. The Odd Captain provides another one of our favourite courtyards to caffeinate in. It’s also a great spot to grab a takeaway before you run the kids ragged at the nearby Hopwood Gardens playground. Win win!

609 High Street, Echuca

Latte Lane

In a hurry or just can’t be bothered getting out of the car for your coffee? Don’t worry - we got you! Latte Lane is Echuca’s premier drive through coffee spot, and also one of our most popular coffee haunts. Latte Lane serves coffee that will hit the spot, as well as a huge range of breakfast, lunch and snack items for those days when coffee alone just won’t cut it. Beep beep!

211 Darling Street, Echuca

The Black Pudding

Got any blacker? That’s my go to phrase when ordering coffee, and let’s just say that The Black Pudding definitely knows its long blacks! It also knows its puddings, with a cake display that will make you feel like a kid in a candy store! With an enclosed courtyard overlooking the Campaspe River and a breakfast menu to die for, The Black Pudding is one not to miss on your next visit.

525 High Street, Echuca

Murray River Tea Rooms

You will feel like that cat that got the cream when you order your next cappuccino from Murray River Tea Rooms. One of Moama’s best coffee spots, Murray River Tea Rooms is not only doing good for the coffee lovers, but also for the community. As a social enterprise, it raises money for Community Living & Respite Services Inc and provides work experience opportunities for people living with disabilities. And it’s not only about the coffee! One of the region’s best op shops is located within the Tea Rooms, so you can sip and shop for a greater good!

10 Meninya Street, Moama

Murray River Tea Rooms 

Echuca Coffee Roasters

You can’t visit Echuca Moama without trying a coffee made from our very own locally roasted beans! Echuca Coffee Roasters is an espresso bar and roasting house that specialises in small batch varieties. They offer a range of blends and single origin beans, and you can even buy a bag of your favourites to take home. Make sure you check out the delicious local and regional delights on sale in store. We highly recommend some of the Echuca Chocolate Company chocolate coated coffee beans for the complete coffee experience!

474 High Street, Echuca 

Clearly, we are very spoilt for choice in Echuca Moama when it comes to the coffee stakes. While we couldn’t include all of our amazing coffee spots in this blog, you can rest assured that there are plenty of excellent places to get your coffee fix in and around town. Check out our Cafes and Takeaway page for more.

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