All outlets are closed weekends and public holidays. Rip City Kiosk may open weekends pending scheduled events in the sporting precinct.
Semester break 6 June - 22 July, 2022
O'Week from 18 July, 2022
|Brasserie||7.45am-5.00pm||7.45am-4.00pm||7.45am - 4.00pm Monday-Friday|
|Brasserie Coffee Shop||7.45am-4.00pm||7.45am-3.00pm||7.45am - 3.00pm Monday-Friday|
7.30am-1.30pm reopen O'Week from 18th July.
|Cup of E coffee cart||7.30am-2.30pm||7.30am-2.30pm||8.00am-11.00am Monday-Friday|
|Rip City Kiosk||
8.00am -11.00am Saturday
|Good Bean - Piazza||7.30am-5.00pm||7.30am-4.00pm||8.00am-1.00pm Monday-Friday|
|Cherry Blossom Express||10.00am-4.00pm||10.00am-3.00pm||10.00am-3.00pm Monday-Friday|
|Miss Koko||7.30am-2.30pm||7.30am-2.30pm||11.00am-2.00pm Monday-Friday|
Some outlets may adjust hours temporarily to assist with implications of the current pandemic.
Semester break hours are adjusted for each break depending on maintenance and University requirements. Please check back closer to each break period for upcoming opening hours.
The University's cafes and eateries sell a range of meals, snacks and refreshments:
- The Brasserie and Brasserie Coffee Shop are located on the ground floor of the Science Building (Building I). They offer pre-made sandwiches, rolls, hot meals and snacks, coffee, drinks and juices.
- Café C is located on the ground floor of the Chancellery Building (Building C). It serves a variety of light meals, fresh salads, sandwiches and coffee, drinks and juices.
- The Rip City Kiosk is located on the ground floor of the Health and Sport Centre (Building T) and provides coffee, cold drinks and healthy snacks.
- Good Bean is located between the Information Communications Technology Building (Building J) and the Library. Good Bean serve pre-made wraps, salads and snacks, juices and coffee.
- Cherry Blossom Tree Express are located on the Brasserie Courtyard beside Building I. Specialising in Asian cuisine, they serve sushi, noodles and Japanese curries.
- The Cup of E coffee cart is located inside the Learning and Teaching Hub (Building E) and serves Campos Coffee, pastries, cookies and other confectionery. A selection of teas and cold drinks are also available.
- Miss Koko is located under the Library stairs and provides plant-based light meals and drinks, including fresh juices, shakes, smoothies, wraps, waffles, soft serve desserts and acai bowls. All vegan and gluten-free.
USC also offers a range of venue services, with venues and facilities throughout the campus available for hire. The University has sole rights to function catering on campus.
if you are holding a function on campus grounds outside of the above opening hours and would like to enquire about the possibility of retailers opening for your event, please contact email@example.com to discuss the details.
Student Services Amenities Fee (SSAF) discounts
Federal government legislation determines that funds derived from SSAF can be spent on providing food or drink to students on a campus of the higher education provider. USC therefore provides the Student Food Subsidy at the Brasserie and Cafe C with students being able to purchase a main hot meal for A$5.50 and other subsidised items.
Please note: A valid USC Student Identification card must be shown prior to payment being made.
COVID-19 - Currently closed until further notice.
During Semester: Closed
Easter and Summer breaks: Closed
Christmas break: Closed
Other shops and cafés are just a short walk from USC Fraser Coast.
There are also kitchenettes and a common room available for students' use.
There is a canteen located opposite the USC Gympie building in Block A of the Wide Bay Institute of TAFE (Gympie campus).
Fridays: 8.30am - 1.30pm
The canteen is closed Saturday–Sunday and during school holidays.
Students can also access a vending machine inside the USC Gympie building and there is a student kitchen equipped with a fridge, microwave, basic cutlery and utensils, tea, coffee and milk.
The Gourmet Press will be opening in the coffee shop location on Wednesday 20 July, 2022. Food offering will begin light and develop more over the coming weeks. Keep your eyes open for new menu items as they are introduced.
During Semester teaching weeks and exams: 7.30am - 4.00pm Monday - Friday
Non-teaching weeks: 8.30am - 1.30pm Monday - Friday
Coffee and Food Vans
Coffee and food vans may be available during special events.
Vending on Campus
Vending machines are located on campus in the student kitchen ground floor behind the rise and at the library entrance.
The machines sell a variety of snacks and cold drinks and stationery items. Microwaves are available in kitchen areas for student use near the vending machines in MBA.G.50.
If you have further suggestions of what you would like to see available in the vending machines or feedback on the products sold, please email firstname.lastname@example.org .
Caboolture Campus Cafe
Offering cold drinks, hot food (e.g., chips, burgers, pies, sausage rolls, hot dogs, bacon and egg muffins, etc), sandwiches, wraps and snacks.
Monday-Friday during teaching weeks: 7.30am-2.00pm.
A coffee van is on-campus most days during teaching weeks from 7.30am-1.00pm.
USC Student Commons Building (N Block)
During campus opening hours, students can access the USC Student Commons Building, located in N Block. In this building, students have access to a kitchen which is regularly stocked with tea, coffee, milk, snacks and subsidised light meals during semester. Kitchen appliances such as a refrigerator, microwaves and a sandwich press are available. The USC Student Guild also operate a Food Bank from this building.
Queensland Textbook Warehouse (QTW)
Selling prescribed textbooks and stationery on-campus.
QTW are open Tuesday and Thursdays, 10am-2pm. Online ordering is available.
As the campus is located within the vibrant and busy South Bank precinct, there are numerous places to eat within a short walk. All are open Monday-Friday and many late into the evening.