Victoria Park serves up great food with the blues


The Victoria Park Stage at the Blues on Broadbeach Festival will play host to some fantastic artists this weekend and the equally fantastic eateries nearby will keep festival goers comfortably full for the duration.

If blues fans grow tired of lounging on the grass or just simply need some sustenance to make it through to the next act, Victoria Park has the answers.

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The Cardamom Pod is a delicious option for the hungry vegetarian or indeed the open-minded omnivore.

Serving a delicious variety of raw and vegan desserts, genuinely tasty salads and a variety of hot foods such as Thai curries and lasagne, the Cardamom Pod has a quality range of yummy options.

If one has a thirst to quench, however, Cardamom Pod can also provide. Lovely coffees, teas and a variety of fruity mocktails and smoothies are popular options.

Surrounded by leafy green trees and boasting a great view of the stage, this café is prime real-estate for a blues fan in need of fuel.

Cardamom Pod


The Bavarian Bier Café is a gorgeous spot to grab a bite to eat.

In the heart of the action on the fringe of the Victoria Park stage, this little gem is serving up some classic Bavarian fare.

Grab a haus-made pretzel, hotdog, or burger and lean on a groovy barrel table while you soak up the festival atmosphere.



Gemelli is the go-to place for blues fans in search of a delicious Italian pizza or pasta.

Their pop up restaurant is right in the thick of things while the original restaurant is set a bit further back if you fancy a more comfortable seat.

The pop up Gimelli’s menu lists all the delicious essentials of Italian cuisine with prices ranging from $10 – $15 and is sure to satisfy a famished festival goer.


All Photos: Seline Taylor


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