ABOUT US

THE ACRO CAFE

Our happy cafe where smiles don't cost anything

Welcome

The Acro Cafe is a part of United Gymnastics Academy – a locally owned and operated family business.  We created the cafe so our gymnasts and their families had a welcoming space to relax and socialise before and after class.

We’ve had an incredible welcome from not only our gymnasts and their families but also the local business community, too.  The cafe has quickly become a space for everyone to enjoy incredible coffee and beautiful food at exceptional prices.

Our Coffee

We use only BlendCo Amber Organic Coffee which produces a sweet espresso that has to be tasted to be believed!  Amber has notes of baking spice, walnut and yellow nectarine, with a syrupy mouth-feel and lingering sweet finish.
 
This Single Origin coffee is 100% organically grown and processed in the surrounds of the village of Corquin in the department (state) of Copan, Honduras.
 
We also sell our beautiful coffee so can experience our delicious blend in your home. It’s available in a 1kg bag of beans or a 500gm bag of ground coffee. 

Our Food

Our quiches and brownies are baked in-house using the freshest ingredients from our fantastic local suppliers.  We love trying new flavour combinations so just ask if you’d like to see something new on our list!

We are thrilled to be the exclusive Central Coast supplier of deliciously decadent cakes from Sienna Desserts, Sydney. 

Our beautiful fruit and vegetables are supplied by Farm Fresh 2U who are situated in Tuggerah.  These awesome people also donate fruit for our gymnasts each week to help them stay nourished at gym class break time.  Thank you! x

Our deli goods are supplied by Central Coast Smallgoods in Tuggerah.  This is where we get the lovely cold meats for our wraps and rolls and the yummiest bacon and cheeses for our quiches.

Our pies and sausage rolls taste soooo good!  They’re supplied by Gibbo’s Bakery in Tuggerah.

If you’re looking for some lovely locally-produced raw honey we also stock squeezy bottles and jars of pure liquid gold from the gang at Two Fat Bees & A Queen.