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    5 ways to enjoy the new Queens Park Shed!

 

Our popular Queens Park Shed just gets better. Recent upgrade works have made this the ideal place to stop for a coffee, share a meal or have a kids party.

The Shed is one of the best examples of creative adaptive reuse. Once a former parkland tool shed, the transformed venue boasts a rustic-inspired café and outdoor area.

Here are five ways you can enjoy Queens Park Shed…

 

#1: Enjoy the new deck

One of the delights of Queens Park Shed is grabbing a coffee or something to eat, and sitting outside in the parkland setting watching the world go by. The new extended deck now offers more opportunities to enjoy this experience. See latest menu.

 

The Queens Park Shed now features a new deck - image courtesy Dominic Loneragan Photography

The Queens Park Shed now features a new deck – image courtesy Dominic Loneragan Photography

 

#2: Walk the dog, grab a coffee or snack

Walking your four-legged friend? Not a problem. Dogs are welcome in the outside tables at Queens Park Shed. So whether you’re walking in the morning, at lunchtime or after work, check out the menu on offer. See latest menu.

 

Dog friends are welcome outside Queens Park Shed - image courtesy Dominic Loneragan Photography

Dog friends are welcome outside Queens Park Shed – image courtesy Dominic Loneragan Photography

 

#3: Kids eat free

Queens Park Shed is open for dinner on Thursday, Friday and Saturdays from 5 pm and the great news for parents is… kids eat free for dinner on Thursday and during New South Wales school holidays!

Bring the whole family down to enjoy one kid’s meal to every adult meal complimentary. Children can choose from an array of favourites including fish and chips, wagyu burger, chicken schnitzel and much more. No need for a reservation, just drop by. Find out more.

 

Picnic packs are available at Queens Park Shed - image courtesy Dominic Loneragan Photography

Picnic packs are available at Queens Park Shed – image courtesy Dominic Loneragan Photography

 

#4:  Grab a gift card!

Looking for that perfect gift for a foodie friend or family member? What about getting a Gift Card for Queens Park Shed. Order one now.

 

New menu items are regularly available at Queens Park Shed - image courtesy Dominic Loneragan Photography

New menu items are regularly available at Queens Park Shed – image courtesy Dominic Loneragan Photography

 

#5: What about a dinner party?

Don’t have a big enough dining table for all of your friends? With an intimate setting, The Shed can play host to your next dinner party for up to 50 of your friends. Enquire now.

 

Queens Park Shed - image courtesy Dominic Loneragan Photography

Queens Park Shed – image courtesy Dominic Loneragan Photography

 

Find Queens Park Shed

Queens Park Shed is found at 31 Darley Road, Queens Park. View on Google Maps.

 

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