While the new northern development of The Boat Works is progressing at full steam, awaiting the arrival of the 300 Tonne travel lift and finalising construction on the superyacht sheds, the original southern yard is enjoying some renos of its own.
Housing an impressive private collection of over 30 vintage, classic and pedigree race cars, Garage 25 will be an added attraction at The Boat Works.
Adjacent to the architecturally design car museum, nestled among tropical greenery, is the new ‘Espresso Twenty5’ which opened last week.
This new dine in or convenient grab & go option here in Coomera has a seriously cool view into a stunning private collection of classic, vintage and retro cars.
Specialising in home-made pies and pastries, delightful slices and baked delights, paninis, fresh wraps and sandwiches, juices and the all-important caffeine line-up in all its forms using organic eco-friendly beans from Byron Bay Coffee.
Locals, visitors, customers and the 1,000 + contractors on site each day at The Boat Works will be thrilled with this latest food and beverage venue.
Espresso Twenty5 offers a seat with a view of the vehicles, along with catering services and the options for an amazing event venue for functions and meetings with a wide-range of menu options.
“Espresso Twenty5 is the ideal position to enjoy the winter sunshine,” said The Boat Works General Manager, Shane Subichin.
“You can warm up with a coffee and pie or two while admiring the 57 Cadillac convertible, Corvette or Model T Ford – just a few of the covetable cars on show.
“The entire Coomera Marine Precinct will be tantalised by the aromas coming from the new café and we can’t wait to welcome our customers and new friends to this exciting new social hub.”