Follow the smell of freshly baked bread. Stop for a coffee. And try one of the dozen varieties of gourmet pies - for 30 years we reckon they are the best you'll get on the coast.
For the Environment
An artisan bakery for 30 years serving traditional pastries, cakes and gourmet pies together with a selection of handmade bread and rolls. With a day’s notice AJ’s can create a light and fluffy sponge with jam and fresh cream or a dark moist mud cake with strawberries and a rich ganache; perfect to celebrate your special occasion.
Come in for a fabulous coffee or tea and enjoy it with an award winning vanilla slice, custard tart or humble rock cake. Avoid the crowds and humdrum of the shopping centres with delicious treats and daily staples served effortlessly at the street front shop on south Orient Street opposite Target.
2017 Gold Medalist - Best Bakery Far South Coast
Freshest of bread - smell it being baked.
A dozen gourmet pie varieties to choose from. Baked fresh daily.
Pastries and cakes to take home or have here with our great coffee.
Special order cakes for any occasion at a day's notice. Call or submit the email form.
Wholesale supply to hotels and restaurants - call to discuss.
For the environment we:
Every time we purchase supplies we consider or request that with the least plastic packaging.
We have a strong commitment to recycling and request our customers consider the same.
We prefer customers not to have a plastic bag, but if required it available for a fee and that fee is donated to Childhood Cancer Research.
We do not supply plastic straws.
We make available Plastic Free Oceans cards inviting customers to be part of the solution to the plastics crisis.
If you are in business and in Sydney 22 Nov. check out this most worthwhile couple of hours. https://www.eventbrite.com/e/taronga-unwrapped-helping-business-break-up-with-plastic-tickets-50252954941?aff=ebdssbdestsearch
Sure zero plastic consumed is the ultimate goal, but this is a good stepping stone innovation in these situations. With non plastic ties you can use as well. Oh and the vegetable waste in the bag was in the compostable bin - I think I remember that correctly.
Bummer, last week I spoke on Economic Development NZ conference and this wonderful leader was to be speak a couple of hours before me and I was hoping for a coffee to talk about plastics (I had the right connection to tee it up), but she had to pull out of the event. Check out her leadership on plastics: https://www.businessinsider.com.au/new-zealand-ban-plastic-bags-2018-8
Speaking today on a conference in the Bay of Islands NZ - last night had the privilege of being in a ceremony here in this building on the spot where the Treaty of Waiting was signed 180 years ago. It was special to give a nod to that momentous piece of history.