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    Queens Park Shed officially opens

Queens Park Shed

 

Centennial Parklands officially has a great new cafe / kiosk servicing visitors and neighbours to Queens Park.

The Shed has been officially opened by the Hon. Robyn Parker MP, Minister for Environment and Heritage. First check out these great photos, then come and check out what we believe will become a favourite of many very quickly!

 

Why ‘The Shed’?

The Shed is a great example of adaptive reuse of a disused building. Identified in the Queens Park Master Plan as a potential location for a food and beverage facility, the operators, Trippas White Group, believe that The Shed perfectly blends the history of the building with a modern ultra-stylish eatery.

Don’t believe me?

Here’s some photos from the opening:

 

The crowd gathered expectantly...first the speeches...

The crowd gathered expectantly…first the speeches…

 

...with Minister Parker officially declaring The Shed open!

…with Minister Parker officially declaring The Shed open!

 

The food preparation was meticulous for such an early hour...

The food preparation was meticulous for such an early hour…

 

...but was looking delicious.

…but was looking delicious.

 

Out it came to the hungry hordes...

Out it came to the hungry hordes.

 

Breakfast never looked so good!

Breakfast never looked so good!

 

And where is The Shed?

The Shed is located adjacent the popular children’s playground in Queens Park (Darley Road side of the park).

 

The Shed is next to the popular playground in Queens Park

The Shed is next to the popular playground in Queens Park

 

So come visit us!

The menu board may feature a great range of food and drink offerings...

The menu board may feature a great range of food and drink offerings…

 

...the decor may be rustic...

…the decor may be rustic…

 

...but the front row seats make a visit worthwhile!

…but the front row seats make a visit worthwhile!

 

Queens Park Shed at Queens Park is initially open 7 days, 8am – 4pm, including public holidays.

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