We know that exercise is thirsty work, so we’ve rounded up the best places to get your sustenance fix, in close proximity to your favourite workout destinations at South Bank.
Coco Bliss and The Arbour
The Arbour is iconic to South Bank, lined with vibrant bougainvillea flowers that flow throughout the entire precinct. Just a quick walk to Grey Street is Coco Bliss, who have an extensive list of smoothies and freshly squeezed juices to quench that post-exercise thirst. Hot tip: their smoothies make an epic ‘gram worthy photo with the bougainville popping in the background.
Nonna’s Deli and Rainforest Walk
Did you know there is a rainforest in the middle of the city? Now you do, and there’s no better company than one of Nonna’s Deli’s freshly made smoothies. Located on Grey Street, you can get your hands on one in no amount of time. We mean come on, can you imagine anything better than being surrounded by lush trees and plants, while sipping on a Banoffee smoothie? We didn’t think so.
Shysh and Clem Jones Promenade
The Clem Jones promenade stretches from QPAC to Maritime Museum, so when you’ve finished this epic distance you’ll want to get your hands on one of Shysh’s smoothies. Whether you’re an avocado smoothie aficionado or berry smoothie enthusiast, they’ll have something you’re guaranteed to love.
Boost and The Goodwill Bridge
The Goodwill Bridge oozes character and charm, being iconic to South Bank for quite some time. Boost is a South Bank icon too, serving up some of Australia’s most well-know smoothies (for good reason!) The best part? Boost have just launched a cheesecake smoothie range, the perfect reward for working up a sweat.
Café Lagoonas and Victoria Bridge
Linking South Bank to the city, Victoria Bridge is located at the edge of the Parklands, and is only a small distance from Café Lagoonas in Central Cafes. Whether you’re in the mood for a classic smoothie or want to mix it up, you can do it all at this landmark cafe.