the blessed bean coffee roasters Wodonga

“PROPHET COFFEE ROOM” - Coming soon, our new home.
Corner of Hovell & South Streets, Wodonga.

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Airport Café Wagga Wagga

In March 2012, The Blessed Bean opened the doors of its second espresso bar at the Wagga Airport. The Airport site has been designed to welcome those embarking on travel or disembarking into this city with a tempting taste of the region. In addition to the food and beverage offerings, a display cabinet, supported by Wagga Tourism and local providers, offers a unique range of regional merchandise and produce. 

Opening hours:
Monday - Friday: 5:30am - 6:00pm
Saturday: 5:30am -1:30pm & 3:30pm - 5:30pm
Sunday: 7:30am - 1:30pm & 3:30pm - 5:30pm

Contact number: 02 69 228 111

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Opened in August 2016, a brand new Blessed Bean café in the Calvary Hospital, Wagga.

Opening hours:
Monday - Friday: 6:30am-4:30pm
Saturday: 9:00am-12:00pm

Contact: Sharon 0499 073 711


The H-Van

Check out this mean caffeine machine!
For more information contact Jason 0405816563

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The Blessed Bean Coffee Roasters and Café is based on a strong belief of offering the very best service, product and environment that is in line with the manifesto “Connect, Inspire and Make a Difference”. A progressive and quality driven business, The Blessed Bean focuses on the freshest local produce and finest coffee which is sourced locally and from around the globe as the seasons and quality dictate.

Managing director Jason Dowding is passionate and driven to provide a consistently outstanding level of product, service and atmosphere in all outlets exhibiting the Blessed Bean logo. Since August 2011, The Blessed Bean has moved swiftly in accordance with market trends, design, and culture to meet and deliver a total product that has earned a reputation for being top of its industry.

We believe in what cafes can be. They can be more than a place to buy coffee. We see so much more than that. We see potential, opportunity and responsibility. We see a chance to make a difference.
— Jason Dowding