Welcome To Raw Energy

Raw Energy cafes were founded in 1998 in Coolum on Australia's beautiful Sunshine Coast. Geoff and Liz Campbell's vision was simple‚ they wanted to provide fresh food, juices, coffee and smoothies, and serve it in a fast and funky environment. Over 12 years later and that vision has not changed. Find your local cafe below, or check out our menu or read our latest media releases on the site.

Our Locations

Mooloolaba

Shop 3, Mantra International Resort The Esplanade, Mooloolaba Beach Qld 4572
Phone: 
07 5444 2111

Peregian Beach

Shop 7, Peregian Boardwalk 224 David Low Way Peregian Beach Qld 4543
Phone: 
07 5471 2711

Coolum

Shop 16, 1776 David Low Way, Coolum Beach Qld 4573
Phone: 
07 5471 6197

Cotton Tree

20 Memorial Ave Cotton Tree Qld 4558
Phone: 
07 5443 7322

Coolangatta

Shop 7, Reflection Tower 2 110 Marine Parade Coolangatta Qld 4225
Phone: 
07 5599 5099

Noosaville

Shop 1, 'On the Terrace' 231 Gympie Terrace Noosaville Qld 4566
Phone: 
07 5474 1434

Franchisees Wanted

Contact us for more info on this unique opportunity.
Phone: 
(07) 5444 1099

Raw Energy HQ

Mooloolaba
Phone: 
1300 201 202

Toowoomba

Eastside Market, Cnr Bridge & Mary St, Toowoomba, QLD 4350
Phone: 
07 4637 9178

Now Open - Wollongong

Suite 2/112-114 Corrimal St, Wollongong, NSW 2500
Phone: 
02 4208 3200

Coming Soon - Brisbane - Edward St

100 Edward St, Brisbane CBD, QLD, 4000

C the Light

Mon 25 May, 2015

Does the arrival of June have you reaching for the vitamin bottle? You’re not alone. The vitamin and supplement industry is worth an estimated $1.5 billion annually in Australia alone, which means a fair percentage of us are hoping a regular dose of echinacea or vitamin C will help ward off the winter sniffles.  But while vitamin C has long been touted as a key ingredient in the fight against the common cold, in reality it’s...

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King Kale

Mon 25 May, 2015

What’s leafy, green and packs a mean nutrient punch? That would be kale, the new darling of the vegetable world. Kale is from the same plant species as broccoli, cauliflower, and brussels sprouts, but these days it seems to have leapt off the winter vegetable list and found its way into every second salad, side or smoothie you order.  Its popularity has to do with its high nutrient value. Kale is celebrated by health-conscious cooks for...

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Take a Dip

Mon 25 May, 2015

Hummus is one of the world’s most popular – and versatile – dips. The chickpea and tahini blend is a staple of Middle Eastern cuisine, and the earliest recorded recipes appear in Egyptian cookbooks that date back to as early as the 13th century. While it may seem convenient to pick up a store-bought variety, hummus is actually very easy to make at home. The simplest versions contain only four or five ingredients, and far less...

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Stretch it Out

Mon 25 May, 2015

Okay, time to confess – how often do you properly stretch before or after a workout?  If you answered honestly (and not with the fib most of us tell our physiotherapists) the response was probably something along the lines of ‘Not as often as I should’. We all know that stretching is key to improving and maintaining our posture and mobility, and is also crucial in preventing exercise-related injury. So why are so many people skipping...

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Dem Bones

Wed 6 May, 2015

In Australia, one in two women and one in three men aged over 60 are affected by osteoporosis, a weakening of the bones caused by a loss of calcium. In our early years our bodies are great at storing calcium, and we reach maximum bone density around our early twenties. (In fact, calcium accounts for around two per cent of the average adult’s body weight.) But over time the level of calcium in our bones gradually...

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Avo Good Day

Wed 6 May, 2015

It’s often referred to as nature’s butter, and for many it’s the only thing worth spreading on toast. Yes, we’re talking about the humble avocado, which has travelled all the way from Mexico and Central America to become a staple ingredient in health-conscious households around the globe. Avocado is one of the world’s best-loved ingredients due to its creamy texture and subtle flavour. However, many avo lovers don’t know they’re actually eating a fruit – technically...

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Crackle and Pop

Wed 6 May, 2015

Nothing brings back childhood memories quite like biting into a chocolate crackle. That glorious mix of sweetness and crunch has been a staple of kids’ birthday parties and school fates for generations – in fact, the earliest recorded recipe appeared in the Australian Women’s Weekly way back in 1937.   Unfortunately, the traditional recipe isn’t the most nutritious option around. But with a few easy substitutions, even the most health-conscious families can enjoy the occasional crackle. Swap...

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Baby it's Cold Outside

Wed 6 May, 2015

The arrival of May also means the onset of cold and flu season. This winter, be kind to your immune system with a few simple tricks designed to put your body in the best position to defend itself. Get enough sleep A good night’s sleep is one of the most powerful tools in your body’s germ-fighting arsenal. There is growing evidence that sleep deprivation can hinder the immune system and impact on your body’s ability to fight...

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Go Nuts

Wed 1 Apr, 2015

Peanut butter on toast is one of life’s simplest pleasures. But unfortunately, most supermarket varieties are packed full of unnecessary preservatives and other nasties. If you’re a health-conscious peanut butter lover, don’t despair – making your own spread is easier (and more cost effective) than you think. In fact, with a good food processor, some high-quality coconut oil and a few natural seasonings or sweeteners, you can whip up a homemade batch of pretty much any...

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Coffee Crazy

Wed 1 Apr, 2015

Need a cup of coffee to get out of bed in the morning? You’re not alone. Around 2.25 billion cups of coffee are consumed worldwide every day, and the average Australian drinks nine cups per week. So with so much caffeine coursing through everyone’s veins, it’s worth asking the question – is coffee good for you? The good news is that it isn’t bad for you. A 2008 Harvard study followed regular coffee drinkers for 18 to...

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