Starbucks Australia Prices

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Starbucks is a well-known coffeehouse chain that originated in Seattle, Washington in 1971. Since then, it has expanded globally, with stores in over 80 countries, including Australia. In this article, we will explore the long history of Starbucks in Australia and what they are known for.

Here is a list of the latest and most current Starbucks prices (Australia).

Item Price


Pain Au Chocolat $5.75
Almond Croissant $5.63
Butter Croissant $5.35
Pain Au Chocolate $5.50
Plain Bagel $4.85
Bacon and Cheese Danish $5.88
Coconut Bread $6.14
Spinach and Ricotta Danish $5.88
Cinnamon Scroll $5.66
Banana Bread $6.14
Blueberry Bagel $4.85
Plain Scone $3.50

Chocolate & Other Drinks

Classic Caramel Hot Chocolate $6.46
Classic Hot Chocolate $5.64
Classic White Hot Chocolate $5.64
Starbucks Sparkling Water 600mL $4.04
Starbucks Still Water 600mL $4.04
Signature White Hot Chocolate $6.00
Orange Juice 350mL $4.54
Yaru Still Water 500ml $3.50
Apple Juice 350mL $4.54
Yaru Sparkling Water 500ml $3.50

All Day Bites

Plant-Based Brekky Roll $8.95
Chicken Caesar Wrap $10.40
Eggs Benedict Panini $10.89
Ham and Cheese Toastie $10.81
Cheese and Tomato Toastie $10.78
Chicken and Avocado Panini $10.81
Chargrilled Veg and Vegan Feta Panini $10.81
Chicken and Avocado Wrap $10.40
Sausage Roll $6.14
Spinach and Ricotta Roll $6.14
Roasted Vegetable Roll $6.14

Sweet Treats

Starbucks Berry Nut Crunch Chocolate 100g $11.50
Starbucks Choco Choco Nutty Chocolate 100g $11.50
White Chocolate Chip Cookie $4.05
Caramel Slice $5.20
Blueberry Muffin $5.30
Donut Cookie $3.74
Brownie Slice $5.20
Macaron $3.50
Orange and Poppyseed Muffin $5.33
Chocolate Chip Cookie $4.03
Chocolate Iced Donut $4.00
Chocolate Raspberry Cake $7.25
Electro Donut $4.00
Chocolate Muffin $5.30
Chocolate Whoopie $6.00
CroDonut Chocolate Cookie Crumble $6.00
New York Cheesecake $7.25
CroDonut Vanilla $6.00
Honeybread Man $3.00
Cake Pop Strawberry $3.50
Cake Pop Chocolate $3.50
Nuts and Seed Mix 40g $3.50
Koala Nut Mix 40g $3.50
Bearista Shortbread Cookie $4.00

Yoghurts & Salads

Grain, Greens and Beans Salad $10.95
Chicken Caesar Salad $10.95
Chicken, Quinoa and Pumpkin Salad $10.95
Beef Noodle Salad $10.95
Yoghurt and Muesli Pot $6.95


Emperors Cloud and Mist Green Tea $4.87
Black Tea with Grapefruit and Honey $6.43
Earl Grey Tea $4.86
Pure Matcha Latte $8.00
Matcha Green Tea Latte $6.89
Chai Latte $6.60
Espresso and Matcha Fusion $6.89
English Breakfast Tea $4.87
Mint Tea $4.85

Picked for you

Bacon, Egg and Cheese Brekky Roll $8.95
Chicken and Stuffing Toastie $10.95
Ham and Cheese Croissant $9.79

Coffee At Home

Ethiopia Medium Roast 250g Whole Bean $17.95
Sumatra Dark Roast 250g Whole Bean $17.95
Verona Dark Roast 250g Whole Bean $17.95
Willow Blonde Roast 250g Whole Bean $17.95
Pike Place Medium Roast 250g Whole Bean $17.95
Italian Roast Dark Roast 250g Whole Bean $17.95
Colombia Medium Roast 250g Whole Bean $17.95
VIA Instant Colombia Medium Roast 12 Pack $14.95
VIA Instant Italian Roast 12 Pack $14.95
VIA Instant Pike Place 12 Pack $14.95

Hot Coffee

Caffé Mocha $6.20
Latte $5.70
Cappuccino $5.70
Caramel Macchiato $6.89
Flat White $5.70
White Chocolate Mocha $6.03
Long Black / Americano $5.70
Caramel Cloud Macchiato $8.00
Butterscotch Latte $7.50
Macademia White Chocolate Latte $7.50
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The History of Starbucks in Australia

Starbucks first opened its doors in Australia in 2000, with its first store located in Sydney. However, the company struggled to gain a foothold in the Australian market. Australians have a strong coffee culture, with many independent coffee shops and a preference for espresso-based drinks. Starbucks’ American-style coffee and sweet, flavored drinks did not resonate with Australian consumers, and the company faced significant competition from local coffee shops.

In 2008, Starbucks announced that it would be closing 61 of its 84 Australian stores due to financial losses. The company also faced criticism for its treatment of Australian employees, with allegations of underpaying staff and failing to provide adequate training. However, Starbucks did not give up on the Australian market. The company continued to operate in major cities such as Sydney, Melbourne, and Brisbane, focusing on providing a more localized experience for Australian consumers.

What Starbucks is Known for in Australia

Despite the initial struggles, Starbucks has carved out a niche in the Australian market, offering a unique coffee experience for its customers. One of the things that Starbucks is known for in Australia is its focus on sustainability. The company has made a commitment to using 100% ethically sourced coffee beans and reducing waste through its recycling and composting programs. Starbucks also offers a range of plant-based milk options, catering to the growing demand for vegan and dairy-free products.

Another thing that sets Starbucks apart in Australia is its range of seasonal drinks and food items. Starbucks Australia often introduces limited-time menu items inspired by Australian flavors and traditions. For example, during the summer months, the company offers a range of refreshing iced tea drinks, including the popular “Peach Green Tea Lemonade.” Starbucks Australia has also introduced menu items such as the “Lamington Donut” and the “Aussie BBQ Pie,” which pay homage to classic Australian dishes.

Starbucks in Australia has also created a unique store design that incorporates Australian elements. The company’s flagship store in Sydney features a large mural of the city’s skyline and a “living wall” made up of native Australian plants. Starbucks Australia also offers a range of merchandise that is inspired by Australian culture, such as reusable cups featuring iconic Australian animals like koalas and kangaroos.

In conclusion, while Starbucks faced initial challenges in the Australian market, the company has adapted and found a way to thrive. Starbucks in Australia is known for its commitment to sustainability, range of seasonal menu items, and unique store design. Whether you’re a tourist visiting Australia or a local looking for a unique coffee experience, Starbucks is definitely worth a visit.

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