365 Places: Jag’s Cafe

Day 13: Holbrook,  New South Wales

Today, my post is about a cafe I love to visit when in transit to Victoria. Jag’s cafe is located in Holbrook, a town better known for having a massive submarine in a park, which is part of a museum. We have never quite worked out why a submarine is located more than 300 kilometres from the coast, but it is.


Jag’s has great coffee and a nice cafe style menu. Anyone who knows me, gets that I will always stop for a good coffee. What I love most about this restored shop is how it has been decorated,  I call it ‘contemporary’ country style. Exposed brickwork, ornate copper vases with silk flowers and lots of polished timber and leather furnishings characterise this cosy cafe.


These days you have to turn off the Hume highway to get to Holbrook, but if you are seeking a nice breakfast or lunch, stop by Jag’s. You won’t be disappointed.


Tracey M Benson is a lover of travel, having a diverse background as an artist, writer and researcher. Working with online environments since 1994, Tracey's experience includes providing digital media, web and social media solutions to government, non-profit, private industry and tertiary sectors. Her focus is on sustainability behaviour change and the use of communications and emerging technologies to empower community and build culture.

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