Located in the plaza of the Tweed Heads Civic and Cultural Centre, the cafe is among a growing list of Tweed businesses registering to be part of the program.
From cafes and restaurants, clubs and pubs, to activities and adventure providers, the program offers NSW residents who apply through Service NSW, 2 X $25 Dine NSW vouchers and 2 X $25 Discover NSW vouchers.
Brett Street Cafe manager Allan Gibson is offering a special combo – 2 wraps, 2 coffees and 2 small cookies for a $25 Dine NSW voucher. This combo would normally cost $32 and will be offered up until the end of June, when the voucher program ends.
Council’s Coordinator Community Care Joanne Watters said Brett Street Cafe was developing into a safe community hub where people can enjoy great, well-priced food in a relaxed atmosphere.
“The Dine and Discover voucher scheme covers the entire cafe menu for those dining in,” Ms Watters said.
“People can also talk to Allan about using the vouchers towards special functions such as high teas in our outdoor area.”
Ms Watters said the voucher scheme was a win-win for both diners and the community with money raised being re-invested into community care programs run by Council.
Brett Street Cafe is open Monday to Friday from 8:30 am to 2 pm.