Our family law team are parents too, and we know first-hand what parenting entails from the emotional, spiritual, and academic development of raising children to the logistical difficulties of commuting to and from school, and extra-curricular and social activities.
Is it time for a coffee yet? There is something wonderful about a coffee in that it gives you a few minutes to sit down, breathe and enjoy a moment to yourself. For this reason, our team thought to share their top kid friendly cafés on the Sunshine Coast (in no specific order) for you to grab your next fix.
- Mum’s the word on this café in Nirimba, Aura. This café boasts an amazing coastal-themed kid play area where your children can engage in creative play leaving you to enjoy the sun out on the timber deck. Check out Mummy’s café for their upcoming events.
- Across from our offices in the Kon-Tiki Business Centre, the Sunshine Coast Plaza has opened up the new high ropes course. We recommend having a coffee at Banjos due to its proximity to the high ropes course allowing you the opportunity to take photos under the shade whilst enjoying a coffee. Kids burning some energy and you getting a moment of peace? That’s a win in our books!
- The Velo Project at Mooloolaba has a Little Harry’s Club unicorn chino and milk bottles which will make any little kid’s heart sing! It is so good that you may even find yourself skipping the coffee and joining in on the imaginative fun. You’ll find a shaded kids’ area out the back with enough toys to keep your children busy while you sip.
- The Ginger Café in Yandina may be an oldie but it’s a goodie! It may be time to spend the day exploring with a reward of coffee at the end. The historical train or the sub-tropical gardens are bound to keep your little one’s attention captivated. Check out their website for special events to plan your visit around.
- The Garden Café in Maroochydore is a great option for parents wanting to be out and about. This café is only open during the week so you will have to plan your visit accordingly. After your coffee why not do the Whipbird Experience at the Maroochy Regional Bushland Botanic Garden. This walk takes place in an enchanting and interactive space with a wonder-filled experiential garden. The garden features a children’s library with fact and fiction featuring indigenous plants and animals.
We hope you enjoy our recommendations!
Should you, a friend or family member need assistance during a time of separation please contact Shanahan Family Law for your free no obligation chat at our offices in Maroochydore (or online) so that we can help navigate you through a difficult time.