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Marché du Macaron – Brisbane 100% gluten free bakery

Marché du Macaron – Brisbane 100% gluten free bakery

 Brisbane 100% gluten free bakery Marché du Macaron is an entirely gluten free bakery with two locations in suburban Brisbane. This picture is of the Gordon Park store which is around 7km from the city.   I had seen lots of people swooning about their macarons on coeliac Facebook groups and they have a cabinet full […]

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Melbourne gluten free fish and chips

Melbourne gluten free fish and chips

For a coeliac, getting gluten free fish and chips is not a matter of “just going for fish & chips” like it is for normal people. For many it is a a planned exercise and we often travel miles to have it as it is such a rare treat. When having fish & chips, I […]

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Wellzones GF – 100% gluten free bakery and cafe in Camberwell

Wellzones GF – 100% gluten free bakery and cafe in Camberwell

100% gluten free bakery in Camberwell Wellzones GF Bakery is the new kid on the block in Camberwell (Melbourne) which is owned and run by a family with a coeliac son.  They were finding it difficult to find safe and delicious gluten free food for him, so decided to create their own!  The family and staff […]

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Duke of the Sea – gluten free fish and chips Geelong

Duke of the Sea – gluten free fish and chips Geelong

Gluten free fish and chips Geelong Being a seaside town, Geelong is just the place you would expect some nice fish and chip shops.  Duke of the Sea is in Geelong West, which is less than a 10 minute drive from the seafront.    As one of the owners of Duke of the Sea has Coeliac […]

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Nodo donuts and cafe  – 100% gluten free Brisbane (Newstead)

Nodo donuts and cafe – 100% gluten free Brisbane (Newstead)

Nodo (“no dough”) is a 100% gluten free cafe in Newstead, an inner suburb of Brisbane. I had heard of them because of their donuts, but they also have a really nice cafe menu for breakfast or lunch (see online menu here).           We were there for lunch and I chose […]

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Spirit of Tasmania gluten free

Spirit of Tasmania gluten free

The Spirit of Tasmania is the boat service that crosses Bass Strait from Melbourne in Victoria to Devonport in the north of Tasmania.   The trip takes between 9-11 hours and you can choose from a day or night sailing. Although there are gluten free options available on board, most are not suitable for coeliacs […]

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Nutie gluten free donuts in Balmain, Sydney

Nutie gluten free donuts in Balmain, Sydney

Nutie donuts is a revelation for a coeliac as the entire store is gluten free.  From reading background on the store, the owner wanted to make treats that her coeliac friends could eat as she could see them missing out.  We all need friends like this! Balmain is a cinch to get to as it is […]

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Cafe Henkel – 100% gluten free Brunswick

Cafe Henkel – 100% gluten free Brunswick

100% GF cafe – gluten free Brunswick Brunswick is an inner suburb of Melbourne, just 4km from the centre of Melbourne.   Here you will find 100% gluten free Cafe Henkel, a bit off the beaten track in a semi-industrial area.  It is a rather surprising area for a cafe, but for coeliacs, we don’t […]

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Gluten free Melbourne – Top 10 inside 10km

Gluten free Melbourne – Top 10 inside 10km

Melbourne suburbs gluten free There are some fantastic gluten free options outside of the city, so this list is my top ten gluten free places to eat within 10km (roughly!) of the centre of Melbourne in various nearby suburbs. If you prefer to eat in the city, you will like Melbourne coeliacs’ Top 10 central Melbourne […]

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Delhicious – 100% gluten free Indian in Ivanhoe

Delhicious – 100% gluten free Indian in Ivanhoe

Delhicious – 100% gluten free Indian in Ivanhoe Indian food became a ‘go to’ food for me once I was diagnosed with Coeliac Disease, but there was always something missing – the naan bread! Delhicious Cuisine not only has amazing naan bread, the entire restaurant is 100% gluten free and was accredited by Coeliac Australia in […]

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