Banjo's Hobart City
Monday to Friday, 6am - 6.30pm Saturday, 6am - 6pm Sunday, 7am - 5pm
85 Elizabeth Street, Hobart, 7000
Ph: (03) 62319758 Fax: (03) 6236 9614
Banjo’s Moonah is well known for their generous community support. Recently we caught up with Wendy Mason to find out more about her organisation, Beni-Abbes, who have been collecting bread and sweet donations from the Moonah store for over 10 years now.
Beni-Abbes is supported community accommodation place for adults with an intellectual disability. There are [...]Read more
Banjo’s Bakery Café is proud to be a major sponsor of The 10th Crown Series Bellerive Regatta held over the weekend of 21st February 2014. Banjo’s Shoreline provided food for the event and continues to build a strong relationship with the Bellerive Yacht Club.
The event has become increasingly popular as a well organised event for Tasmanian class championships [...]Read more
The Annual Rotary Charity Sail Day is a fundraising event that is hosted by the Rotary Club of Hobart with assistance from the Royal Yacht Club of Tasmania. Around sixty yachts and motor cruisers are participating this year, including some of Hobart’s best-known ocean racers and cruisers. The Sail Day is a great fundraising initiative, [...]Read more
Look Good Feel Better (LGFB) is a fantastic initiative that helps people with cancer learn some of the makeup tips and tricks to feeling beautiful again. The workshops are very supportive and it was great to see so many happy smiles on faces that have been through so much.
Our Banjo’s Bakery [...]Read more
Banjo’s Bakery Café raised a grand total of $21,047.50 for Cystic Fibrosis, in May this year, by donating 50c from every large coffee sold – that’s a lot of coffees!
Thank you to everyone who bought a large coffee and helped us to raise such a huge amount for such a good [...]Read more
The Mercury has written a lovely article on Matilda Rusher and her battle with Cystic Fibrosis.
The full article was published on 22 May 2013, and can be found clicking on the following link:Read more