Cola Cafe

The Cola Cafe is located in the historic town of Toodyay. This quirky cafe is host to a large collection of Coca-Cola memorabilia which has been collected over a 45 year period. Almost everywhere you look, this cafe is decorated in the iconic red, white and black colours, and has a 1950’s feel about it.

Cola Cafe

Even though miss 4 could not care about all of the fascinating memorabilia that was on display, I quite enjoyed walking around and having a look. Miss 4 was happy enough to just sit down and enjoy her kids colouring and activity pack which you can purchase for $3.

Cola Cafe

The cafe serves up breakfast, lunch and dinner 7 days a week from 8am. The menu is reasonably priced and includes an all day breakfast, a large range of burgers, toasted sandwiches, fish and chips and other cafe style foods. Also, being a 1950’s style cafe, they serve quite a few flavours of milkshakes and thick shakes.

Cola Cafe

There is a display cabinet with a range of cakes and slices if you just feel like popping in for a quick coffee and cake. They also have a dedicated kids menu which includes items such as nuggets, fish, mini kids burgers and chips. They have highchairs available and a baby change toilet for those with younger kiddies.

Cola Cafe

They had a cabinet full of sauces that you could help yourself to, so no need to keep buying tiny tomato sauce packets when the kids say “I need more sauce”.

Cola Cafe

You can choose to sit inside amongst all the Coca-Cola memorabilia or outside in the alfresco area. The cafe is quite open, with large doors that get left open during the day. This meant we had quite a few flies buzzing around, but I guess that is to be expected on a warm day here in Oz.

Cola Cafe

Coca-Cola Cafe is located at 128 Stirling Terrace Toodyay. You can find out more by visiting their website.Cola Cafe

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About Penny Butler

Penny is a stay at home mum and photographer who homeschools her 2 children. She is a self confessed stationary nerd and a bit of a journal junkie. She also enjoys blogging about her homeschooling journey on

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  1. […] There’s no shortage of places to eat on Stirling Street, the town’s main road. The country pubs (Freemasons Hotel and newly renovated Victoria Hotel) look popular, as well as the cafes. Coca-Cola Café and Museum is another quirky Toodyay spot. At last count, there were over 6,000 items of Coca-Cola memorabilia here! The red and white 1950’s dinner-style café has milkshakes, home-style burgers, all-day breakfasts and more, all washed down with a Coke – of course. See more in the Buggybuddys review. […]

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