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Beat the summer heat with a cold brew or iced coffee

The weather might be warm, but we coffee lovers still need our daily caffeine fix. To continue keeping you all cool and caffeinated, we’ve collated all the best spots to get your hands on cold brew and iced coffee in Newcastle.

Autumn Rooms

Autumn Rooms has become renowned in Newcastle for its creative cafe food, and for good reason. Its coffee is of the same quality as the food, with the cafe serving up a stand-out iced latte made with Single O coffee – on tap, no less!
Where: 127 Darby St, Cooks Hill | 42 Mitchell St, Stockton

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This takeaway coffee joint is the brainchild of the local coffee roasting gang over at Glitch Coffee Roasters. Serving up top-notch cold brew, visit Biggs in Hamilton and Wickham when those cold coffee cravings hit. 
Where: 1A Beaumont St, Hamilton | Newcastle Transport Interchange, Shop 1, Wickham


Bowie have a few options available when it comes to ice cold coffee – grab a house cold brew, an iced latte, or an iced mocha, all made with ONA Coffee.
Where: 79/81 Beaumont St, Hamilton

Dark Horse Wickham

Using beans from Darks Coffee Roasters, Dark Horse Wickham makes a mean iced coffee whether you’re on the go or are keen to dine-in.
Where: 20-24 Greenway St, Wickham

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Equium Social

Equium Social has become a favourite in Mayfield, beloved for its creative takes on cafe favourites and quality coffee. Treat yourself to a traditional cold brew or an iced latte, or take things up a notch with a cold brew frappe or the addition of vanilla bean ice cream in your iced latte.
Where: 1-5 Maitland Rd, Mayfield East

Fire & Ice Coffee

Founded by a passionate coffee lover, Fire & Ice is Newcastle’s answer to the calling for gourmet cold brew coffee with no added sugar. There's only two ingredients: filtered water and locally-roasted coffee beans. Grab some online and get it home delivered.

Floozy Coffee HQ

Floozy Coffee is one of Newcastle's most loved coffee roasters, so it's no surprise that its HQ is slinging out delicious cold brew and iced lattes. You can even grab some of its cold brew concentrate in-store to take home for yourself.
Where: 398 King St, Newcastle West

Frothers Espresso

When it's iced coffee season, make a beeline for Frothers Espresso. The Merewether cafe has built itself a loyal following with its dedicated espresso blend and specialty coffee offering.
Where: 140 Glebe Rd, Merewether

Glitch Coffee Roasters

This Mayfield-based roastery has become a staple amongst the local coffee community. Glitch Coffee Roasters has got cold brew sorted with two offerings – Single Origin Cold Brew bottles, or Cold Brew Concentrate bottles.

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Good Brother Espresso

When the iced coffee cravings hit, head over to Good Brother Espresso on King Street's east end. There's always a friendly, cosy vibe at Good Brother Espresso, so you might end up ordering more than one coffee!
Where: 40 King St, Newcastle


Hubro has been brewing coffee for Newcastle locals since 2016, and has become a favourite takeaway coffee joint for the Cooks Hill community. Grab your cold brew and make your way to the beach to make things extra summery.
Where: 295 Darby St, Cooks Hill

Lords Coffee & Associates

Known for its daily brews, espresso martini mix, social media antics, and cold brew, Lords Coffee & Associates now have have a second location in Waratah, giving you another spot from which to enjoy your cold brew.
Where: 148B Beaumont St, Hamilton | Unit 4/43 Station St, Waratah

Mr Sister

These guys know coffee, so it’s no surprise Mr Sister is stocking cold brew concentrate as well as all the at-home cold brew equipment you could want! Drop in-store and browse the range, and grab a cold brew or an iced latte while you're at it.
Where: East End Village, Newcastle | 177 Main Rd, Speers Point

New Slang Coffee Brewers

Brought to you by local roasters, Unison Coffee Roasters, New Slang Coffee Brewers is one of the coolest coffee shops in the Newcastle CBD. Its sleek interiors will get you in, but it’s the specialty coffee that will keep you coming back for more.
Where: 480 Hunter St, Newcastle

Sherwood Coffee

Sherwood has become a Newcastle institution, expanding to a whopping seven locations in total. You can always expect upbeat, friendly service when you grab one of Sherwood's iced coffees or cold brews made from its custom house blend.
Where: 1/67 Parry St, Newcastle West | 4/12 Alma Rd, New Lambton | 1/353 Cessnock Rd, Gillieston Heights | 1/2 Glebe St, Kahibah | 55 Joslin St, Kotara | 19 Kelton St, Cardiff | Level 2 Food Court, Charlestown Square

Slingtown Espresso

This grungy cult coffee shop on the Islington end of Beaumont Street is renowned for its smooth, strong coffee. Cool down with its house-made cold brew, or sip on an iced latte.
Where: 3 Beaumont St, Islington

Smak Coffee

SMAK Coffee is a Newcastle-based coffee roaster, serving up growlers of its cold brew that has tones of chocolate and caramel. Grab it online or make your way to the SMAK Coffee van at the District Park Tennis Courts in Broadmeadow to pick one up.

Sprocket Roasters

Created in the industrial heart of Newcastle, Sprocket Roasters has become a household name across the local coffee scene and unsurprisingly also offers cold brew! Get yours in a concentrate, or in a range of pre-made cold brew cans, including flat white, long black, and caramel latte.


Treat yourself to an iced drink at The Junction favourite Talulah. Choose from its house cold brew made with ONA Coffee, a rich, sweet, and chocolatey blend, an iced latte (double espresso with your choice of milk), or the Epic Iced Coffee – a double espresso shake served with maple whipped cream.
Where: 52 Glebe Rd, The Junction

Xtraction Espresso

Serving up coffee made with beans from Veneziano, Xtraction Espresso knows its way around a good cup of coffee. Beat the heat with an iced latte or a house-made cold brew.

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