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Qahwa Coffee Roasters and Espresso Bar- Victor Harbor

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Qahwa Coffee Roasters and Espresso Bar is a brilliant kid-friendly cafe in Victor Harbor. Located along the foreshore, nestled between the tennis club, beach volleyball courts and tennis courts, the cafe is right next to the foreshore bike/walking path and beach.

Qahwa serves hot and cold drinks (coffee is obviously their specialty!), snacks, breakfast and lunch. But, most importantly, the cafe opens out onto four full-sized beach volleyball courts. So essentially it is a GIANT ENCLOSED SAND PIT!! There are buckets, spades, balls, diggers, toy trucks and more for the kids to play with while you can relax. SO GOOD!

There are toilets inside the cafe for easy access (no change table though so you might have to use your pram for that!). Umbrellas cover the tables so you can sit comfortably watching your kids play, or joining in for a family game of volleyball! Just up from the cafe is the Bridge Street Playground and Skate Park, which the kids will love too.

The cafe also has music gigs now and then so hit their FB page to find out more. We loved this cafe and there’s no doubt you and your children will too! Make sure you mention you saw this post on Kids in Adelaide to receive a FREE babychino, with any other purchase. Enjoy!

Opening Hours:

8am-4pm Wednesday-Monday

(Closed Tuesday)

Location:

Old Red Brick Building,
The Foreshore, Bridge Terrace
Victor Harbor

Contact: (08) 85522538

Website: http://www.qahwacoffee.com.au/

Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/qahwacoffeeroasters/

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/qahwacoffeeroasters/

*Featured image from Qahwa Facebook/Instagram page

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Fleur

I'm a mum to two little girls, Elka and Spencer and a new baby, Gus. I'm a school teacher, sport lover and Milo addict. I don't particularly like blue tongue lizards even though I know they keep snakes away.

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