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20+ of the best sausage rolls in Canberra (according to us, anyway)

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Sausage rolls are the ideal winter comfort food.

They have always been there for us when we needed them most, whether it was during the long days at kids weekend sports tournaments, at the highway petrol station or the Friday night footy.

Now is the time to give these savoury pastries the appreciation that they deserve. Here’s a list of our faves, organised perfectly to help you fix your cravings no matter what side of town you’re on.



For generations, Dobinsons have been creating some of the best pastries and treats in Canberra and have perfected the art of sausage roll making. Located in Westfield Belconnen, Westfield Woden, South.Point Tuggeranong and Gungahlin, it’s easy to pop in and grab one to go.


The Oven Door (Mitchell)

Serving delicious hot sausage rolls from the heart of Mitchell, The Oven Door is a northside favourite. Invest in their Pie Deal where you can choose a pie or sausage roll with a side of chips and can of drink to make a dreary day look a whole lot better.

Spence Family Bakery (Spence)

A tightly-held secret of northsiders, Spence Family Bakery has something of a cult following. Do yourself a favour and try one to satisfy your sausage roll cravings.

Three Mills Bakery (Majura)

Three Mills Bakery are self-confessed artisan pastry fanatics, so it’s no wonder that their sausage rolls are considered some of the best in Canberra. You can even pick up one of their Bake At Home packs to make your own favourite in comfort.

Butters Patisserie (Amaroo)

Making everything in house, dropping into Butters Patisserie is sure to brighten your day and satisfy your stomach.

Le Bon Mélange Pâtisserie (Gungahlin)


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Le Bon Melange is a French patisserie and a little piece of Europe in the heart of Gungahlin, offering a French twist on the crowd-pleasing sausage roll.

Husk Bakery (EPIC Farmers Market, Mitchell)

Give your taste buds a treat and visit the EPIC Farmers Market to try a gourmet sausage roll from Husk Bakery.

If you’re feeling lazy, you can always make an order and have them delivered to you!

Uncle Juan’s (EPIC Farmers Market, Mitchell)

Uncle Juan’s Bakehouse stall is renowned for their delicious handmade sausage rolls, and the fact that they are only available on Saturdays at the Capital Region Farmers Markets from 7.30 am to 11.30 am makes them even more sought-after.

Knead Bakery (Belconnen Fresh Food Markets)


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Knead is all you need when comfort food cravings hit. Located at the Belconnen Fresh Food Markets, it’s the perfect excuse to grab a gourmet sausage roll while you grocery shop for the week.

Hawker Village Bakery (Hawker)

With more than 15 years of experience, the sausage rolls at Hawker Village Bakery never disappoint.

The Knox Made in Watson (Watson)

A family favourite, visit this suburban cafe and bakery in Watson to grab yourself a sausage roll made in house to go or meet a friend to enjoy a cute catch-up.


Wildflour (Fyshwick)


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Located in the heart of Fyshwick, snag yourself a flaky and scrumptious sausage roll that has a tasty chorizo sausage mix.

Crust Bakery (Fyshwick)

Crust Bakery was opened in the Fyshwick Fresh Food Markets in 2010 by Nick and Louise Smith, who between them have over 50 years of experience in the Canberra baking scene. They know how to please the public with the sweet and savoury pastries which are baked fresh daily.

Billy T’s (Fyshwick)


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Another gem to be found at Dirty Jane’s, Billy T’s pork and fennel sausage roll is a classic lunch to have in a unique cafe.

Danny’s Bakery (Narrabundah)

Danny’s Bakery is Canberra’s oldest sourdough bakery! With sausage rolls freshly made and  baked to perfection in house, they will melt in your mouth.

Lil Milkbar (Mawson)


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Located in Southlands Shopping Centre, Lil Milkbar is a cute little cafe with delicious warm pastry offerings.

Vina Bakery and Coffee Shop (Wanniassa)

Vina Bakery and Coffee Shop is well known for its Canberra Raiders themed food, but it also has some of the best sausage rolls in the south!

Sakeena’s Cafe (Weston)

Located on the ground floor of the Cooleman Court shopping centre Sakeena’s Cafe is a local favourite.

The Public Place (Chisholm)

Housemade sausage rolls are always a favourite at The Public Place. With funky interiors, head to Chisholm shops to find the hidden gem.


Elaine’s Gourmet Pie Cafe (Dickson)

Known for award winning pies and sausage rolls, Elaine’s Gourmet Pie Cafe in Dickson deserves a special trip all of its own.

Cafe Brindabella (Barton)

Located in the DFAT building, Cafe Brindabella always has delicious homemade sausage rolls on the menu.

Bakehouse (Ainslie)

Located in the old Brumby’s site on Edgar Street on Monday, Bakehouse is an independent farm-gate-style bakery, perfect to treat yourself to a savoury snack.


Kynefin Cafe (Hall)


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This little cafe in Hall makes homely, British inspired food, including the iconic sausage roll.

Organise a day trip and enjoy the country air as you chow down on some flaky goodness.

Braidwood Bakery (Braidwood)


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Since its inception almost 87 years ago, the Braidwood Bakery has been providing travellers with a place to meet and enjoy award winning pastries with friends before continuing on their travels.

These guys know what they’re doing and you are guaranteed a perfect sausage roll every time.

Feature image: Three Mills Bakery via Facebook

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