Margaret River Coffee Co

Star 4.4 (457 Google reviews)

The Margaret River Coffee Company – making exceptional, small-batch, hand-roasted, deluxe coffee for the discerning coffee drinker. There is an on-site café, gift shop and roasting facility where you can enjoy a coffee or take away some precious supplies of freshly ground coffee and pods.
Margaret River Coffee Co's spiritual home is on a beautiful former dairy farm in the Wilyabrup sub-region of Margaret River, where they have their original copper roaster producing small, hand batches five days a week.

They first registered The Margaret River Coffee Company name in 1999 when they launched a sister company The Margaret River Chocolate Company at the heart of the internationally recognised Margaret River wine region.
They thought coffee and chocolate would be the perfect match for the region, but the success of the chocolate business took them by surprise and it wasn’t until many years later that they were able to revisit coffee. 

Today The Margaret River Coffee Company searching the world to find the highest quality beans from sustainable and reputable suppliers to make the best cup of coffee imaginable.

Their flagship Wilyabrup and Injidup blends are sold as beans and in 100% compostable, environmentally friendly, Nespresso-compatible pods.



Margaret River Coffee Co

448 Tom Cullity Dr, Metricup WA 6280, Australia


Star 4.4 (457 Google reviews)
ThianYong Chan 09 September 2023

A decent spot for sauce enthusiasts and wine lovers. The sauces are unique, and the wines are good. The garden at the back is a nice touch but feels a bit disconnected from the rest of the place. Worth a visit, but not a must-see. Parking is plentiful. Highly recommend for a quality shopping experience!

Jason Bradley 19 October 2023

Friendly staff, beautiful views out over the vineyard and way too much yummy food to taste test. We did a wine tasting and enjoyed the Sav Blanc and Rose. Also picked up some passion fruit sauce, chilli/ginger dressing, dukka, cheese biscuits along with the wine. Worth a stop and make sure you drop in to the chocolate factory first. We got a 10% discount to use at the Providore.

Jessica J 24 August 2022

Would definitely recommend a visit if you are in the area, everything is so beautifully arranged, good selection of jams, olive oils and giftware. Nice atmosphere too to enjoy a glass of wine. The only negative was the staff member behind the counter could’ve been more friendly and attentive as we enquired of a product to see if they had any more in stock and she didn’t even offer to check for us. Other than that the overall experience of the store is definitely worth visiting!

carly hebbard 19 February 2023

Hmmmm lovely place, good coffee to. Chilli tomato sauce, and smoke bbq sauce is very flavoursome. Hubby even got to try sauces that were not in display. Hmmmm...the owner came to talk to us as we admired his vine yards and answered our questions about why some vines had nets and others didn't. There is a way deeper meaning to the nets other than just keeping the birds off. Very interesting. His green lush outside area was lovely to sit in and finish our coffee. Those sunflowers when you walk in are magnificent!!!!

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