Jolt Bakery Cafe – Parkhurst
Jolt Cafe is a gourmet coffee bar, that boasts a fun, relaxed atmosphere for its customers, this is all achieved by using high quality ingredients. Talking from personal experience, the food at Jolt is amazing. If you are in the area and like real chunky steak pies, Jolt Bakery Cafe is a must. Looking at their Facebook reviews, it is not only their pies that are exceptional, with 5 star reviews for their coffee, breakfasts and other meals. If you are in Rockhampton or passing through, this is one destination that is well worth a visit.
You will find Jolt Bakery Cafe at: Parkhurst Town Centre, Parkhurst, Queensland, Australia
Parkhurst is bounded to the north by Ramsay Creek and to the west by Ramsay Creek and then the Fitzroy River. To the south it is bounded by Limestone Creek (the creek, not the suburb) and by Yeppoon Road.
A section of the Bruce Highway passes through the centre of the suburb from south to north, while the North Coast railway line also passes through the suburb from south to north, to the west of the highway.
The Parkhurst Industrial Estate is in the south-west of the suburb, while the residential land is in the west near the river and in the north-east of the suburb. Most of Parkhurst remains farmland, but Rockhampton’s urban sprawl has led to further residential developments being established throughout Parkhurst including the Northridge, Rosedale, Paramount Park, Riverside and Edenbrook estates.
The increasing population at Parkhurst and in areas further north such as Rockyview and Glendale has led to the construction of the Parkhurst Town Centre, a new shopping centre anchored by a Woolworths supermarket. Construction of the centre commenced in August 2015. Woolworths was the first store in open in the centre on 15 November 2016.
What We Did
With the opening of the new store at Parkhurst, Nextrend Furniture was engaged to supply furniture for their Alfresco and Food Court dining areas. Opting for Dolce Armchairs and Gio Barstools for seating, these products are made for enduring the elements of these areas. Hard wearing uv stabilised polypropylene, matched with anodised aluminium legs provides a product that is made to withstand the harsh Australian sun, and will not rust or fade. To match the chairs Gentas Rustic Blockwood Table Tops were placed on a combination of Black Astoria Bases and Blitz Folding Bar Table Bases.