Welcome To Travel Gluten Free


Download Travel Gluten Free Map App At Android Market
Follow Travel Gluten Free On Twitter Find Travel Gluten Free On Facebook


LateRooms.com Hotel Deals
Book Hotels at Booking.com

Australia may be the land down under but is it a land of gluten free living? With thousands of tourists visiting here every year, hopefully you will find a good suggestion of somewhere to eat or stay.

Click on one of the more popular locations or search for where you want to go or what you want to eat. Alternatively, use our Map to find all Gluten Free locations near you!

Queensland |New South Wales |Sydney |Melbourne
View All
Plantation Organic Bakery
South Grafton, New South Wales View On Map
A great range of sweets, pies & bread. Bread tastes just like REAL bread - not that cardboard rubbish !!!
Recommended By: Frsncoise Munce On: 2015-05-08

Crema Espresso
, Chain View On Map
Great gluten free breakfasts. The staff in Helensvale have a full understanding of celiac requirements. Its not on the menu but they are happy to accommodate your gf requirements.
Recommended By: wayne On: 2015-01-01


Waterfall Cafe, Mt Penang Gardens
Kariong, New South Wales View On Map
Excellent menu with very good range of Gluten Free options (although you do need to ask) - they have gluten free bread and can make most of the sandwiches GF on request. The Warm Pumpkin Salad was absolutely delicious.

Went on a Tuesday for a late lunch and received excellent service, if the waitress was even slightly unsure about anything she checked with the manager to be certain - the manager was happy to bring out packaging for me to read labels for confirmation of ingredients suitable to my needs.

Very happy - we have been before with a large group and will go back many times in future. Weekends can be very busy, but they cope well. They are open 8:30 - 16:30 seven days.
Recommended By: KirstyB On: 2014-09-18


Cocina
Jindabyne, New South Wales View On Map
Busy little Mexican restaurant with a variety of extremely tasty Gluten-free options, just ask the friendly wait-staff or look for "GF" printed on menu (it doesn't even have to be spicy). Noisy due to popularity. Unfortunately not BYO and wines are pretty pricey, but food is delicious.
Recommended By: KirstyB On: 2014-09-03


Budapest Restaurant
Elsternwick, Victoria View On Map
Lots of gf options. Although not as interesting as non-gf choices (potatoes instead of latkes or.nokedli) you will be well fed.
Recommended By: Karen Salamon On: 2014-07-30


Vibrante
Templestowe, Melbourne View On Map
Lots of gf choices, and not just the usual things - lovely to eat something different. Excellent meals, good service.
Recommended By: Karen Salamon On: 2014-07-12


The Cider Tree
Mildura, Victoria View On Map
Many gluten free choices, helpful and knowledgeable staff, and excellent service.
Recommended By: Karen Salamon On: 2014-07-12


Fast Eddys Perth
Perth, Western Australia View On Map
This 24 hour cafe has been around for nearly 40 years. The do a wide range of gluten free items from the ketchup in their burgers through to their Chilli con carne. At last count some 40 menu items are either gf as a standard item or can be made gf upon request. They also sell gf beer. And did I mention they are 24 hours as well?
Recommended By: Jasmin Dromey On: 2014-07-12


Dolce & Café
Cairns, Queensland View On Map
They are open for breakfast and lunch. We found the fruit salad and yoghurt at breakfast so delicious we went back three times! They do a good coffee and have gluten free bread available so most of their menu could be adapted to be gluten free. They toast the bread in the same toaster as regular bread so my advice is just don't have your bread toasted. Terrific little café with outdoor dining.
Recommended By: vallyksglutenfreeblog.blogspot.com On: 2013-11-10


Kani's Restaurant
Cairns, Queensland View On Map
This restaurant seems to specialize in steaks and seafood. My meal was gluten free and dishes were marked as GF on the menu but I can say it was very noisy here because right next door is Rattle and Hum - an Aussie style pizza pub.
Recommended By: vallyksglutenfreeblog.blogspot.com On: 2013-11-10


Splash
Cairns, Queensland View On Map
Well with a name like that of course this restaurant on the Esplanade must be seafood! We had a delicious meal here of wild barramundi and most of their menu is gluten free or can be adapted easily. Even the words Gluten Free are on the menu!
Recommended By: vallyksglutenfreeblog.blogspot.com On: 2013-11-10


The Paragon
Carlton North, Melbourne View On Map
A lovely cafe and restaurant serving breakfast, lunch and dinner with both gluten and Gluten free variants of most dishes. Italian food predominate s but some international dishes too.
Recommended By: @d_stewardson On: 2013-09-17


Heavendale Café
Evandale, Tasmania View On Map
Last Sunday was my birthday and to celebrate, my husband and I visited the Evandale Market here in Northern Tasmania. It was an absolutely gorgeous day, weather-wise but so very cold. As we were enjoying ourselves in this beautiful little township, we decided to have lunch there. Traditionally, there isn't really much in Evandale which is gluten free, but to our surprise we found a new café which has only been opened 3½ months.

It's a fresh looking café, decorated in a pink theme which absolutely suits this little café perfectly. We were impressed with the menu which we found posted outside - there were 2 gluten free meals available, along with 2 gluten free cakes. I found this very impressive and so we decided to give Heavendale Café a try for lunch.

My husband had a gluten free meal as well - cottage pie and salad, whilst I had a gluten free chicken and mushroom pasta with salad. Our meals were terrific, the staff friendly and the service was very efficient. I can thoroughly recommend this little café if you are visiting Evandale or the Evandale Market.
Recommended By: vallyksglutenfreeblog.blogspot.com On: 2013-08-11


Longrain
Surry Hills, Sydney View On Map
I've been in Sydney this week and was really pleased to try a new restaurant, Longrain. This is a Thai Fusion restaurant in Surry Hills and was recommended by one of my workmates in our Sydney office. As you walk in the door, you're greeted by a wooden wall which is a little off-putting, but also by a very efficient maitre d' who was able to tell me that the person I was meeting was downstairs and that our table was ready when we were. Our waiter was extremely helpful, and after explaining to us what "BioDynamic Rice" was, identified all the vegetarian dishes for our vegetarian diner and gave me the glad tidings that ALL THE DINNER MENU ITEMS WERE GLUTEN-FREE. Yes, all of them! He clarified that they used tamari for all their soy sauce and that any coatings they had didn't use wheat flour.

It was such a luxury to be able to choose anything from the menu. For starters, I had a sea trout and mint salad which was spooned into witlof leaves. For mains, I had a seared duck breast salad with banana blossom, which was nice, but again a little on the vinegary side. Luckily, my dinner companion shared, so I can attest to the wonders of the caramelised pork hock - this was a drop dead gorgeous meal, with crispy, flavoursome pork, perfectly cooked.

The servings are large, as they're intended for more than one person. I got the impression that this was intended to be communal dining, with everyone sharing their chosen dish. All in all, this was a lovely dining experience - great food, nice atmosphere and excellent company.
Recommended By: glutenfreenz.wordpress.com On: 2013-06-02


Euro Patisserie
Newcastle, New South Wales View On Map
A Newcastle suburban legend and they have gluten free bread, toasted sandwiches, delicious salads, and today they had gluten free orange almond cake. Ring to see if they have gluten free cupcakes on any given day as they are divine. I also brought home a pack of hot cross bun macarons which piqued my curiosity!
Recommended By: sweetsofstyle.com On: 2013-02-27


Frankie's Place
Newcastle, New South Wales View On Map
Super cute and kitsch cafe that serves drinks on Little Golden Books (so cute), has great coffee, gluten free bread from Ma Belle's, and a scrumptious breakfast and lunch menu. I had a salad with grilled haloumi which was more than magnificent.
Recommended By: sweetsofstyle.com On: 2013-02-27


La Casita Mexican
Newcastle, New South Wales View On Map
I nearly wept with joy when they said their flour tortillas were gluten free as well as their corn tortillas. I had a chicken quesadilla which was the first I have had in years and savoured each and every bite. Their corn chips are delicious and the queso cheese dip is also a must have. It is very busy and is not the normal Aussie Tex Mex so be prepared for a wait but great food.
Recommended By: sweetsofstyle.com On: 2013-02-27


Babar
Canberra, Australian Capital Territory View On Map
On the ground floor of Canberra Centre in the North Quarter is a restaurant which my husband considered to be similar to a pub meal with a bit more class. This restaurant did not indicate on their menu any gluten free options but on checking with the chef, most of the main courses were gluten free or could be made gluten free. I had a delicious pork cutlet with steamed vegetables which were a delight.
Recommended By: vallyksglutenfreeblog.blogspot.com On: 2013-02-23


Banana Leaf
Canberra, Australian Capital Territory View On Map
This must be Australia's best restaurant! Located on City Walk in the city, it is a multi award winning restaurant from 2007-2011. The most amazing menu consists of 8 entree dishes gluten free, 9 main course dishes also gluten free and a staggering 10 dessert dishes - all gluten free! For my meal I chose a Sri Lankan Chicken Curry with Rice and this also included two small side dishes of a lentil curry and a vegetable curry plus a chilli and coconut sambal. With such an amazing choice of desserts, how could one go past that and so I chose a Treacle and Coconut egg custard. My meal was excellent and the staff superb in their knowledge, presentation and friendliness. This restaurant is an absolute must to visit!
Recommended By: vallyksglutenfreeblog.blogspot.com On: 2013-02-23


Fusion Organics
Cairns, Queensland View On Map
Fusion do breakfast as well as lunch and are on the corner of Aplin and Grafton Streets. This is one of my favourite places for lunch in Cairns. They cater extremely well for the gluten free diet, they make their own gluten free bread on the premises (and sell pre-mix as well if you wish to make it yourself at home) and there is always frittatas, slices, sandwiches, salads and other goodies for the Coeliac. They also make the best fresh mixtures of fruit juices I have found. This is an excellent place for lunch.
Recommended By: vallyksglutenfreeblog.blogspot.com On: 2013-02-10


1|2|3|4|Next


Disclaimer