Zarraffa's Coffee Upper Coomera

at Shop D1, coomera City Centre, Days Road, Upper Coomera, Gold Coast, 4209 Australia

Zarraffa's Coffee Upper Coomera
Shop D1, coomera City Centre, Days Road, Upper Coomera
Gold Coast , QLD 4209
Contact Phone
P: 07 5573 0011

Opening time

  • Mondays: 05:30- 18:30
  • Tuesdays: 05:30- 18:30
  • Wednesdays: 05:30- 18:30
  • Thursdays: 05:30- 18:30
  • Fridays: 05:30- 18:30
  • Saturdays: 06:30- 17:00
  • Sundays: 07:00- 18:00

Company Rating

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Zarraffa’s Coffee Zarraffa’s Coffee was founded in 1996 by Kenton and Rachel Campbell.
The company is proudly 100% Australian owned with its head office based on the Gold Coast.
Zarraffa’s (pronounced Za-raff-as) comes from the Arabic word ‘Zarafa‘ which means ‘Giraffe’ and the Masai Giraffe typically inhabits the savannahs of Kenya and Ethiopia, the origin of coffee.
Franchising A Zarraffa's Coffee Franchise allows you the opportunity to become part of a strong, well-established company while still being your own boss.
As a franchisee you have access to a support network that gets you up and running and provides on-going assistance for your business.
Our stores are created to reflect a unique atmosphere for staff and customers alike, always with the focus on excellence, quality and value.
Zarraffa’s Foundation The Zarraffa’s Foundation was established in 2013 to amalgamate the ongoing charitable support of the Australian–owned and operated coffee chain with that of conservation foundation, Ecoforce, set up in 2009 by CEO Kenton Campbell.
The Zarraffa’s Foundation consolidates and formalises what the company has for many years coined its ‘backyard policy’; supporting causes affecting its own backyard across the community, conservation and coffee spectrums... read more