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Where to find a macadamia milk coffee near you

First came skim milk, then soy, and now there’s a whole raft of options such as lactose-free milk, almond milk, rice milk, coconut milk and now… macadamia milk. And it’s delicious!

Macadamia milk is popping up in cafes around the country in response to many people’s growing awareness around gut health, nutrition and the desire for dairy free alternatives.

Made by blending raw nuts and water, macadamia milk has a creamy, delicate flavour that really complements the earthy bitterness of coffee.

You can make your own version at home – see the recipe here – or find one of the quality macadamia milks now being produced commercially from Aussie macadamia nuts and supplied to supermarkets, restaurants and cafes across Australia.

Macadamia milk is still the new kid on the block, however it is sure become more mainstream and widely available as awareness of its benefits and great taste grows.

So where can you find it in your area? Read on for a state-by-state guide.


The Top Shop, Byron Bay 
65 Carlyle St, Byron Bay 

Supper Lane, Newcastle 
14 Pacific St, Newcastle 

Reuben Hills, Sydney 
61 Albion St, Surry Hills 


Serotonin Eatery, Burnley 
52 Madden Grove, Burnley 

Matcha Mylkbar, St Kilda 
72A Acland St, St Kilda 

Riverbank, Lorne 
6 Mountjoy Parade, Lorne 

Commonfolk, Mornington 
16 Progress St, Mornington 


Pablo and Rusty’s, Brisbane 
200 Mary St, Brisbane 

The Silva spoon, Cotton Tree
Shop 1, 27 Cotton Tree Pde, Cotton Tree 


The Raw Kitchen, Fremantle 
181A High Street, Fremantle 


The Watertank Cafe, Ciccone 
16 Wilkinson Street, Ciccone 

Thrive Cafe, Darwin  
742 Vanderlin Drive, Darwin 


According to the local distributors, macadamia milk is not available in cafes in South Australia yet but if you would like to make your own macadamia coffee at home, Foodland and IGA supermarkets in Norwood, Happy Valley, Strathalbyn and Mount Gambier are now stocking it. 

Can you help us find macadamia milk coffees in Tasmania and the ACT? 
If so, please email 

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