Our Bakery's Beginnings
For years sat a dormant, broken down, old Queenslander home, relocated to the Gold Coast in the 70's from Redcliffe. This 70 year old home was one of the only original homes left and it yearned for some loving. Past the overgrown landscapes and the broken facades, we saw a setting that could bring people together. We turned that broken down home into Paddock Bakery, not only for our customers who are passionate about a great coffee and a mouthwatering doughnut, but for ourselves and our family, proving that you can follow your dreams and wake up everyday to do something you truly love.
We want to share that passion with our customers who come far and wide to enjoy the food we have spent sleepless nights thinking up, testing and producing at the very highest standard possible. At the heart of it all is our wood fired oven, her burning light never completely fading, forever keeping the soul of Paddock alive. She is where it all started, made with antique red bricks collected from all around Australia and her doors salvaged from the first bakery in Tasmania. She's endlessly nurtured with experienced hands usually covered in flour, creating what we believe to be the best wood-fired Sourdough around.
The Loft sits above the garden amongst the trees, full of character and heritage. This 1950’s cottage was the original homestead which was lifted to it’s current position in the treetops. Featuring antiques from all over the world, including a large copper-backed 19th Century clock from France. Our new large indoor space will be open for customers on all wet weather days and will be available for private functions all year round.
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