The Best Smoothies and Juice Bars in Melbourne

Craving a post-workout protein hit, or a green elixir to kickstart that detox? Melbourne’s juice bars have your cravings covered! 

Whether you’re into classic smoothies bursting with seasonal fruits or fancy something adventurous with superfoods, adaptogens, and vegan delights, Melbourne’s smoothie and juice bars cater to every taste bud. 

These establishments are not just about quenching your thirst; they’re a testament to the city’s commitment to wellness, sustainability, and a love for all things fresh and nutritious.

Let’s dive into the vibrant and refreshing world of Melbourne’s best smoothie places and juice shops.

Where To Get The Best Fresh Juices and Smoothies in Melbourne

1. Home Juice

Discover a world of healthy and refreshing beverages with Home Juice, a renowned cold-pressed juice company based in Melbourne. Specialising in the healthiest juices that are rich in nutrients, Home Juice is committed to enhancing your well-being through tasty refreshments. 

Their unique range, including the Raw Star and Black Medicine, is crafted from organic, locally sourced ingredients, ensuring a preservative-free experience. Whether it’s their spiced kale-centric blends or the intriguing activated charcoal mix, Home Juice offers an array of choices for the health-conscious. 

Don’t miss their homemade smoothies, nut mylks, and living waters.

Home Juice, 720 Bourke Street Docklands, 3008 VIC, 1300 464 729, lovetochat@homejuice.com.au

Home Juice

2. Heal.Thy Self Co.

Experience a tropical oasis of health and flavour at Heal.Thy Self Co., in Yarraville. This plant-based cafe is dedicated to nutritious, mouth-watering offerings, with smoothies like their “Be Passionate” passionfruit blend leading the pack. 

The seasonal menu perfectly complements their juicy delights, ensuring a fresh and delightful meal every time. Stop by for a super smoothie and raw treat combo to give you the boost you need to conquer the day.

Heal.Thy Self Co, 26 Ballarat Street  VIC – 3013, 03 9687 3330, zerinjai@live.com

Heal.Thy Self Co

3. Shoku Iku

Meet Yoko Inoue, the mastermind behind Shoku Iku, a haven of macrobiotic and raw living foods in Northcote. With a diverse background and rich expertise in holistic nutrition, Yoko brings a unique blend of Japanese Kampo medicine, macrobiotic food, and raw foods to Melbourne. 

Looking for something with enough goodness to give any immune system a boost? This smoothie shop offers the ULTIMATE, a drink packed with a plethora of superfoods, ensuring a health-loaded experience in every sip.

Shoku Iku, 120 High Street Northcote, 3070 VIC, 0403 569 019, yoko@shokuikuaustralia.com

Shoku Iku

4. Serotonin Eatery

Serotonin Eatery in Burnley is more than just a cafe; it’s where happiness and health unite. They believe in a holistic approach to well-being, integrating nourishing food with exercise and education.

The menu boasts organic juices and smoothies like the banana heaven, crafted for both health and flavour. Don’t forget to try their Positive Pancakes – a delightful complement to the delicious drinks.

Serotonin Eatery, 52 Madden Grove, Burnley 3121, 03 9428 8256, manager@serotonindealer.com

Serotonin Eatery

5. Pressed Juices

Pressed Juices, with its mission of providing stress relief through nutrition, offers a mouth-watering range of vitamin-rich juices. Their Green 5 and Strawberry Mylk are local favourites, perfect for any health kick. 

With locations in the CBD, South Yarra, and Fitzroy, Pressed Juices is a go-to spot for juice enthusiasts. Opt for their famous juice cleanses to kickstart a rejuvenating health experience.

Pressed Juice, CBD, South Yarra, & Fitzroy Locations, info@pressedjuices.com.au.

Pressed Juice

6. Combi

Did you think Combi in Elwood was just about great coffee? Thank again! It’s a paradise for juice and smoothie lovers, offering a wide range of fruity and vegie-filled blends alongside their iconic house-roasted brew.

The Velvet Cacao smoothie is a must-try, alongside their variety of organic cold-pressed juices and nut mylks. They also offer a range of vegan options and nourishing meals made with local organic ingredients. 

Combi, 22 Fletcher Street, Byron Bay, NSW, Australia, New South Wales, +61 407 143 077, byronbay@wearecombi.com.au


7. Tropicana Juice Bar

For over 22 years, Tropicana Juice Bar has been serving fresh, natural juices and food in Melbourne. They’re all about simplicity, opting away from unnecessary ingredients and only including pure, natural products that taste great and make you feel even better.

All their ingredients are sourced daily from local markets, ensuring ultimate freshness. We recommend their Mango Colada, perfect for any summer day in Melbourne.

Tropicana Juice Bar, SHOP1 & Headquarters – 213 Elizabeth Street, Melbourne VIC 3000, SHOP2 – 55A Swanston Street, Melbourne VIC 3000, (03) 9670-3568, info@tropicanajuice.com.au

Tropicana Juice

8. Shakez

If you’re on the hunt for the perfect post-workout protein shake, Shakez stands out with its no sugar policy and premium, high-protein menu. 

Their innovative “Drinkfood” concept offers a range of nutritious protein shakes, fresh juices, and acai bowls that are more substantial than your average beverage. Browse their menu for a 100% vegan treat that will keep you fueled and satisfied all day long.

Shakez, 1230 High St, Armadale, VIC 3143, +61 449 034 439, info@shakez.com.au


9. Soul Press

Soul Press in Edithvale is a health food haven offering a variety of vegan and dairy-free superfood smoothies, kombucha, and pressed juices. Founded by a nutritionist, this is where you can pick up some food for the soul that is packed with satisfying goodness and flavour.

Don’t miss their superfood bowls and guilt-free treats like their golden gaytime and cookie sandwiches. With locations in Mornington and Brighton, Soul Press is perfect for a healthy pick-me-up.

Soul Press, 265 Nepean Highway, Edithvale – 03 8759 5824, 628 Hampton Street, Brighton – 03 9994 3290, hello@soulpress.com.au

Soul Press

10. Green Cup

Green Cup takes smoothies to the next level with their extensive menu of green and superfood smoothies. Expect a wide range of cold-pressed juices with a base of kale, spinach, chia and almond milk, combined with quality ingredients and pressed to perfection to create a dizzying array of flavours. 

Their antioxidant-rich blueberry smoothie and the Acai Bomb are standout choices. Visit them at various locations, including Armadale, Caulfield North, and Carlton, for a smoothie that’s both healthy and delicious.

Green Cup, 1242 High Street, Armadale, 207a Balaclava Road, Caulfield North, 233 Faraday Street, Carlton, 763 Glenferrie Road, Hawthorn, 150 Lonsdale Street, Melbourne, 593 Chapel Street, South Yarra, natalie@greencup.com.au

Green Cup


Looking for a place the whole family can enjoy that offers more than just juice? The AGHA Juice Centre offers a family-friendly environment with a variety of not only fresh juices but also quality milkshakes. 

As well as fresh ingredients and customisable orders, the best thing about this place is the enthusiastic customer service. Well, that and their affordable prices!

AGHA Juice Centre, 367 Lonsdale Street, Dandenong, Melbourne, VIC 3175, 03 7020 2215, 38 Watton St, Werribee VIC 3030, 232 Lygon St, Carlton VIC 3053, 03 9421 5881, aghajuice@outlook.com.au

Agha Juice Centre


If you’ve ever bought a smoothie on the go, it’s likely been a Boost Juice. These juicing magnates of Melbourne and Australia at large offer an extensive selection of smoothies and juices, along with wholesome snacks like banana bread and protein balls. 

Known for their satisfying and tasty concoctions such as their veggie garden blend and Blueberry Blast, pick any of their tried and tested flavours and you won’t be disappointed.

With locations around almost every corner in Melbourne, Boost Juice is always a convenient stop for a healthy and energetic boost.

Boost Juice, boost@boostjuice.com.au, 03 9610 7400 & 03 9508 4409

Boost Juice

13. Broad Bean Organic Grocer

Broad Bean Organic Grocer, established in 2014 in Southbank, Melbourne, is a hot spot for organic food enthusiasts. This store offers a range of organic products, including fresh organic produce, groceries, and a selection of nourishing juices and quick bites. 

With constant access to the freshest produce, it’s no wonder their range of juices tastes so good. Whether you’re looking for an organic coffee, a refreshing juice, or a healthy snack, Broad Bean Organic Grocer is the place to visit.

Broad Bean Organic Grocer, Shop 3, 26 Fanning Street, Southbank, Melbourne, info@broadbeanorganic.com.au

Broad Bean

14. Vegie Bar

Vegie Bar in Fitzroy is more than just a vegetarian restaurant; it’s a hub for healthy, creative, and utterly delicious smoothies and juices. With over 25 years of experience in serving vegetarian delights, including vegan and gluten-free options, Vegie Bar is a favourite among health-conscious diners. 

Enjoy their range of freshly made smoothies and roti-wraps in their vibey converted warehouse location.

Vegie Bar, 380 Brunswick Street, Fitzroy VIC 3065, (03) 9417 6935

Vegie Bar

15. Jungle Juice

Nestled in Centre Place, Jungle Juice serves up an impressive menu of freshly squeezed juices and bagel-based meals. Known for its cozy ambience, Jungle Juice offers a refreshing escape with ever-changing juice blends and delicious bagels for breakfast or lunch. 

For a unique and satisfying juice experience, squeeze into their tiny store and order up some seriously tasty sips and morsels.
Jungle Juice, 20 Centre Place, Melbourne, VIC, Australia, Victoria, +61 3 9639 8779, junglejuice99@gmail.com

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