As soon as you enter, the owners have created a chilled and welcoming vibe that surrounds you. A warning though, you may have to make some tough decisions as there were far too many pretty things I wanted to take home with me that day.
It was a good thing I didn't have to rush. I spent my time looking at the beautiful range of bohemian clothing, homewares, gift items, incense, crystals, books, take a breath, and so much more. The owners also operate the crystal jewelry business, Magic Earth Healing. Their healing crystal bracelets are available for sale in their cafe but if you can't make it into the shop, check out their website, eBay and Shopify store.
The owners are proud to have created a welcoming oasis for the Forest Hill community and visitors alike with indoor and outdoor seating to enjoy a coffee break with some of their light lunch and snack options. Workshops are scheduled regularly and the choice is impressive. You could try your hand at mosaics, jewelry making, macrame, tie dye, fairy house making and more. You can also book in to see their resident spiritual healer.
If you have time, you may like to make this the first stop on your itinerary. Right next door is the Unique and Fabulous Emporium which is absolutely teeming with vintage, retro and collectible must haves. Check out my article on this treasure trove. If that's not enough, just down the road in the township of Forest Hill is a delightful street of cafes and gift emporiums and yes, I have written an article on them too. I wish I had stayed a little longer at the Meaning to Stop Cafe to order a round of morning tea treats and sit in their enchanting outside area with its cosy seating nooks. Oh well, at only 30 minutes from Ipswich and just under an hour from Brisbane, you can easily make this a regular Sunday drive destination. After all, I'd been meaning to stop for ages.