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Gluten Free in Australia

The Land Down Under. From the iconic Sydney Bridge to Uluru in the outback, Australia is on many tourists wish lists. But if you get there, where can you eat Gluten Free when travelling across the country? Find previous recommendations here and do share your own as well.

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|Victoria
Hunt & Gather
Nowra, North South Wales View On Map
Awesome cafe where almost everything is GF. Great coffee, breakfast, lunches (wraps, burgers, salads etc) and amazing cakes and desserts. Family run business with an understanding of Coeliac disease. I've been coming here for years and highly recommend.
Recommended By: Janette Brazel On: 2019-06-01

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

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

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