Brett Street CAFE
Grab a coffee at Brett Street CAFE and help make a difference.
Brett Street CAFE at Tweed Heads is a convenient and welcoming place to grab a coffee and healthy snack.
CAFE stands for Community Access For Everyone - the money you spend here is doing good for people, for our planet and for the community.
A social enterprise initiative of Tweed Shire Council, Brett Street CAFE generates income to support Community Service programs such as MisterChef and Stand Together.
Find our café in the Tweed Heads Civic and Cultural Centre plaza complex, next to the Tweed Heads Library, auditorium and Council administration building.
Brett Street CAFE meals to go
The team at Brett Street CAFE are offering convenient, fresh, chilled, ready-to-heat meals at an affordable or subsidised cost to anyone who needs them during the COVID-19 pandemic.
A variety of healthy and delicious meals are cooked and prepared at the café.
Subsidised meals are available to eligible persons under the My Aged Care Meal Services and National Disability Insurance Scheme.
Ordering, payment and pick-up
Download menu, prices and order form (PDF)(PDF, 750KB)
Step 1: 'Meals to Go' can be pre-ordered by 12 noon the day before for Tuesday to Thursday pick up between 12 noon to 1:30 pm. No pre-ordered meals available Mondays or Fridays. Pre-order meals by calling the café on 07 5569 3131 or order in person at the café by 12 noon for next day pick-up.
Ask about subsidies for the My Aged Care Meal Services and National Disability Insurance Scheme when placing your order.
Step 2: Pick-up meals at the café between 12 noon to 1:30 pm Tuesday to Friday or by arrangement.
Home delivery and collection from central drop-off points is also being considered - please ask when ordering.
To help disadvantaged people in the Tweed to thrive.
Good for people
- Convenient and healthy
- A welcoming place to connect with others
- Train and employ local disadvantaged people
Good for planet
- Minimising packaging and food waste
- Minimising energy and water use
- Making a positive impact on the environment
Good for community
- Funding programs to help disadvantaged people in the Tweed to thrive
- Revitalising the public areas at Tweed Heads Civic and Cultural Centre