Every Cup Comes With Warmth and a Smile

Nestled in the heart of Dural lies the Waaia Café, operating out of the Warrah Society, a not-for-profit organisation committed to enriching the lives of people with disabilities.

Open every Friday from 10am to 12 noon, the café is run by some of Warrah’s participants and their dedicated support workers.

Tania crafts her scones with meticulous care, finding joy and purpose in her role. Her scones clinched the top spot in the 2023 Hawkesbury Show! Sam extends a warm welcome to café patrons, his infectious smile brightening the atmosphere for all who walk through the door.

Waaia Café - Every Cup Comes With Warmth and a Smile

The café is a training ground for people with disabilities to gain hands-on experience in baking, customer service, money handling, cleaning, and food safety. Every purchase contributes directly to Warrah’s programs and services, making a tangible impact on the lives of people with disabilities.

Ali Pruys, Executive Manager Community Services said that the vision behind the Waaiacafe was to create a space where the community can connect with and support the Warrah community.

Tania, Sam, and the entire team extend to you a warm welcome to join them at the Waaia Cafe every Friday and be a part of something truly special.

For more information visit The Waaia Café at Warrah Society Disability Services, 20 Harris Road, Dural 2158

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