Tucked away on the corner of Park Street, opposite Hyde Park in Sydney is what is possibly the city’s latest “Instagram café”. Named after its location, this café is almost a blink and you’ll miss it type of spot. And some of Sydney’s most devout Instagrammers may prefer for it to remain that way…. However, a cafe as cute & sweet as this one, with amazing coffee to boot, most certainly deserves to be shared!
I’d seen a few photos of this café on the gram but found it very difficult to determine exactly where it was located. I was wondering where is this almost unicorn magical coffee spot with the eye-catching & oh so photogenic flower wall? After a decent amount of time spent on Insta, I finally found one post which had tagged in the café’s location. And now, I’m looking forward to sharing it with you!
So, let me introduce you to “Sixty Park” café at 60 Park Street in Sydney. Now you know, you can thank me later! Even though I knew the address on my way to stopping by there one rainy Saturday morning, I almost walked straight past it. Take your time in locating this sweet spot as it will be worth it.
It’s tiny inside at the cafe at Sixty Park, however what it lacks in space, it certainly makes up for with service & a smile. The pink & purple flower wall, their addictive bubblegum lattes, surprisingly large menu and decent coffee means this may well be on your list of places to return to. If you’re planning on visiting here during the weekend and want that flower wall photo, be prepared to book your spot in advance.
You won’t get any weird looks taking copious amounts of photos here… it’s almost expected, with that flower wall plus the oh so Instagrammable menu! So, if you’re a blogger, YouTuber, content creator or just someone who adores coffee & pretty interiors, feel free to be you and snap away – and please make sure you order the bubblegum latte!
If you’d like more information on Sixty Park, you can visit their Facebook or Instagram. I hope you have enjoyed this review of Sixty Park café! Are you a fan of pretty flower walls and too cute café menus? Let me know your thoughts in the comments below.