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Press is a progressive Café & Event Space located in a quaint 1930's house in Central Dubbo, NSW. The name is derived from it's location in the former office of the Land Newspaper. Press opened it's doors in July 2015 & has slowly progressed into the beautiful space it is today. 

Our aim/ passion is to provide friendly service & fresh homemade food accompanied by our own roasted coffee in a cosy setting that all can enjoy. Fuelled by our love of food,coffee & travel; we put our knowledge, skills & research together so we can forever better the service we provide at Press.


We source our ingredients as locally as possible & strive to use free range or pastured meat & eggs. 

We are fully focused on an eco friendly & sustainable future by making all of our takeaway packaging recyclable or biodegradable & to lessen our footprint by using as minimal plastic throughout the kitchen at Press.


P R E S S 

Our Management Team

Head Chef: Toby Rouse

General Manager: Danilo Okazima

Head Barista: 'Maggie' 


Directors: Alister Dyson-Holland & Cristina Gómez Dyson-Holland
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Our Coffee

South Sulawesi Toarco Toraja A, Single Origin.

Some of our Guest Roasters include:

Market Lane, Tin Man, Criteria Coffee, Wood & Co, The New Paradigm & many more.

Join Our Team

If you’re an energetic and positive individual and committed to excellence then we want to hear from you. Help us on our journey as we shape the hospitality scene in Regional New South Wales.

From the Press


“Original Victorian features like the arched doorways and picture rails remain, but are offset subtly against modernising features like high gloss subway tiles, sleek wooden surfaces and industrial pendant lights. Natural light flows throughout, and the overall effect is both homely and sleek.”



“We have been here numerous times now, and have never been disappointed. It has a wonderful atmosphere, and friendly smiling staff!.”


Both diehard Dubbo-ites and in-the-know outsiders flock to Press at opening time each morning in the knowledge that is the best caff in town by far. Set in the beautifully-restored, erstwhile 1930s cottage premises of The Land newspaper

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