The Coffee Club brews new format


coffee clubBrisbane Airport (BNE) has become home to Australia’s first franchised, recycled shipping container cafes with The Coffee Club opening two new stores on its Domestic Terminal forecourt.

The stores feature sustainable green rooves sprouting shrubbery that converts the conventional concrete rooves into environmentally friendly structures.

With fully customised interiors and comfortable, covered outdoor seating for up to 60, the cafés offer everything from The Coffee Club’s quick service coffee and take away snacks and drinks to a variety of eat in meals.

Andrew Brodie, GM airline and retail management, Brisbane Airport Corporation (BAC), said new concept stores characterised the fresh welcome BNE was striving for.

“These vibrant new cafes will up the ante, offering BNE travellers a contemporary alfresco dining and coffee shop experience boosting a real ‘sense of place’,” Brodie said.

“These shipping container cafes provide a significant entry statement to our Domestic Terminal and we have no doubt travellers to and from BNE will embrace the new offerings, which set us apart from any other airport in Australia”.

The coffee franchise will open its fifth store at Brisbane Airport at the new BNE Service Centre mid July.



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