Birdsville Bakery

Birdsville Bakery

Fresh food and great coffee, 7-days a week.
Fresh food and great coffee, 7-days a week.

Located on Billabong Boulevard, the Birdsville Bakery serves fresh food and great coffee 7 days a week. Stop by for your classic Australian bakery favourites including fresh bread, cakes, pastries, pies and a rotating range of the usual country crowd-pleasers.

Catering can be organised for groups of 30 - 500 people, or just drop by to pick up some fresh goodies for morning tea, a bit of lunch, or something for the road.

The Story of the Birdsville Bakery

The Birdsville Bakery was originally opened by beloved Birdsville local, the late Robert "Dusty" Miller.

Defying all sane advice, Dusty opened a Bakery in one of the most remote towns in the country. The odds were stacked against him, but not only did he make it work, he invented the unforgettable curried camel pie and made headlines across Australia.

Thanks to decades of hard work and valuable community support, the Birdsville Bakery became an icon.

The Birdsville Bakery is now owned by Talia and Courtney Ellis, who also own the Birdsville Hotel and Birdsville Aviation. With many years of experience in outback tourism and hospitality between them, the pair know just what to offer to the hungry crowds who seek out such an iconic country bakery.

Stop by for a fresh barista-made coffee or a cool drink, and grab a bite to eat from the fresh daily offering of satisfying bakery classics.

Must Try Experiences

  • The iconic camel pie
  • Road trip essentials for the next leg of your journey
  • A fresh barista-made coffee with Platform 9 coffee beans

Where to Find the Bakery

Just a few minutes walk from the Birdsville pub, you'll find the Bakery located on Billabong Boulevard.

A much needed meal after a trip through the Simpson Desert, the pie was the best I've ever eaten to be perfectly honest. I didn't have the curry camel but everyone else said it was great. The whole of Birdsville is such a tidy town, very highly recommended if you're going through central Australia.
Nicole, via Google Business Review