Since 2015, Nodo has become a Newstead and CBD favourite for its baked goods and inventive breakfasts. Now south-siders can rejoice; Nodo is opening a third cafe in Camp Hill in October.

“There’s a lot of growth, and a lot of young families moving to the area,” says owner Kate Williams. “We saw it as a really good location that’s suited to Nodo’s customer base.”

The Camp Hill venue will be similar to the original Newstead cafe with an identical all-day brunch menu and a large selection of baked goods, including the signature gluten-free doughnuts (in contrast, the small CBD cafe is suited to fast, grab-and-go city workers).

The cafe will open at 25 Samuel Street in the new section of the Camp Hill Marketplace alongside a florist, a Naked Foods organic food store and a few clothing shops. Williams hopes the grassy area outside the space will appeal to young families.

“I’m a new mum so I know having a cafe with a grass area is very unique,” Williams says. “We’ll have [lots of] outdoor seating, and supply picnic rugs and umbrellas.”

For the design, Williams has hired Tahnee Sullivan from Sullivan Skinner, who was responsible for the previous two venues. Williams likes each Nodo to have its own look and feel, yet have that singular Nodo vibe.

Nodo will open at the Camp Hill Marketplace in October.