Calling all dog walkers, coffee-sippers, sports-players and power-walkers – Queens Park Shack is popping up for you!

Queens Park is sport and recreation central, particularly on most weekends when thousands of people come to play or watch sport, get their daily exercise, give their dog a walk or just sit and enjoy the outdoors.

Our popular café, Queens Park Shed, provides a great service, but demand for coffee and takeaway food is often quite intense – and so we’re providing you with another great option.

 

Introducing Queens Park Shack!

Grab a delicious coffee, sports drink, sandwich or pastry on the go. Parents can keep an eye on the game while ordering coffee or sports fanatics can stop by for a quick protein hit.

The Queens Park Shack pops-up for business on Saturday 9 May 2015. It will operate from 6.30am to 4.30pm every Saturday and Sunday throughout the sports season.

‘The Shack’ will be located adjacent to the amenities on Baronga Avenue (at the western end of Queens Park).

 

Queens Park Shack popping up for your convenience this weekend!

Queens Park Shack popping up for your convenience this weekend!

 

 

And, as an added bonus, Queens Park Shack BBQ will be coming soon to warm up those little athletes in winter.

Centennial Parklands – come play!

 

 


 

 

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