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Purple Possum Wholefoods and Cafe

Purple Possum Wholefoods and Cafe
Inside the Purple Possum there is a diverse range of wholefoods
Outside the Purple Possum
Outside the Purple Possum you can see a freshly served Rhubarb cake
Inside the Purple Possum there is a diverse range of wholefoods
Come and relax at the  garden located at the rear of the Purple Possum
Nestled in the heart of St Marys, Tasmania, within the picturesque Fingal Valley, Purple Possum Wholefoods and Café combines the allure of a wholefoods store with the warmth of a café. It showcases a curated mini-gallery and a tranquil garden, creating a unique experience for visitors. The mini-gallery celebrates local creativity, featuring works from area photographers, artists, and craftspeople. The café serves as a vibrant community hub, offering fresh, healthy fare like vegetarian burgers, salads with garden herbs, and house specialties. Notably, its rhubarb cake, acclaimed by Lonely Planet Tasmania in 2018, and the coffee, recognized as the best on the East Coast, highlight the menu. In addition to café delights, the Purple Possum offers a wide range of wholefoods, local honey, organic vegetables, and special dietary products, emphasizing sustainable eating. Conveniently located, it’s a short drive from Bicheno, St Helens, and the East Coast beaches, making it an ideal stop for travelers. The garden provides a peaceful spot for guests to unwind, enhancing the café’s appeal as a haven for relaxation. Purple Possum is not just a destination but a vibrant testament to community spirit and a sanctuary for those seeking nourishment and peace. Whether you're a local or a traveler, it offers a blend of culture, cuisine, and natural beauty, highlighted by its famous rhubarb cake, unparalleled coffee, and a relaxing garden.

Outdoor Dining Area


Coach Parking

Family Friendly

Gallery / Museum

Lawn / Gardens

Non Smoking

Pet Friendly - Enquire

Shop / Gift Shop

Takeaway Available

Actively welcomes people with access needs.

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