More than a meal

Soul Café was set up in 2003 to serve the needs of the poor, needy and vulnerable – a purpose we continue to pursue with energy and passion doing all that we can with what we have. Today, the increasing numbers of disadvantaged people in our community need our assistance more than ever. While we feed a lot of guests in our cafe, we’re also committed to being ‘more than a meal’ and deliver a wide range of help and support to everyone that comes in.

Soul helping guests

Operation Hours

Soul Café office is open Monday-Thursday, 9 am-2 pm. Our office phone number is 02 4926 1758.

Breakfast and Lunch Meal Services

We offer a hot breakfast service, 7 am-8.30 am, Monday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday and Saturday and a hot lunch service 10.30 am-12.30 pm, Monday to Thursday.

Sunday Fortnightly Lunch Service

We’re continuing to offer our usual fortnightly Sunday Lunch service from 12-1 pm. We’re hosting Sunday lunch in our dining room on these days: October 2, October 16, October 30, November 13, November 27, December 11.

Soul Open Pantry

The Soul Open Pantry operates 1-2 pm Tuesday and Wednesday and 9-10 am Friday.


Donations can be dropped into Soul 9 am-2 pm Monday to Thursday and 7 am-8.30 am on Fridays. If the door is closed, please call the office on 02 4926 1758.

Soul Pantry Line up

Make a donation

Your generosity will meet real needs and help vulnerable people.

Meet our guests

Our guests and meeting their needs is what drives us. Soul Café has become a safe place, a refuge, a family. It’s a space where everyone’s welcome because nobody’s perfect and anything is possible.

Meet Dan

Meet Dan

A group of volunteers from Bunnings came to lend a helping hand freshening up our dining room. While they were here, they bumped into one of our newest guests Dan.

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Social Work Story

One of the things that blows me away as the social worker at Soul is the way that our whole community works to support one another.

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Meet Greg

I first came to Soul when I was down in the dumps and on the verge of becoming homeless.

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