New Hot Coffee Destination for Interstate Travellers

Highly regarded as one of Sydney's finest coffee roasters, Toby's Estate is set to open at the T2 domestic Sydney Airport early 2012, so that interstate travellers can start their journey with an exceptional cup of coffee. 

Like the many travellers it will now serve, Toby's Estate boasts a remarkable journey of its own since its humble beginnings in a Woolloomooloo garage, when Founder and Director, Toby Smith convinced his mother to let him take over the space in order to pursue his dream of brewing the world's best coffee.  Today, Toby still treks the globe on the hunt for the best green coffee beans and brings them back to be roasted fresh for customers across Australia.

On his mission, Toby has seen his fair share of airports, realising the demand of travellers for a better than decent cup of coffee.  He explains, "For so many, commencing their journey with a cup of coffee is an integral part of their travel routine and so I wanted Sydney travellers to be able to enjoy quality coffee in a stylish environment."

Toby's Estate coffee is sustainably sourced direct from the farmer and is uncompromised in quality and freshness.  Andrew Gardiner, Sydney Airport's - General Manager Retail says, "Sydney Airport boasts quite a coffee culture with passengers, visitors and staff consuming thousands of cups daily so we are thrilled to have an outlet committed to serving Sydney's best coffee at the airport."

About Sydney Airport 

Sydney Airport currently services over 35 million domestic and international passengers annually, with passenger numbers expected to more than double to 78.9 million per year over the next two decades. The recent re-development of Sydney Airport's International Terminal has seen the addition of new passenger waiting areas and an improved retail and food & beverage offer featuring a wide variety of leading international and domestic brands.


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