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Pigeon Whole Bakers

Hands Down the Best Bakery in Hobart

January, 2021
Pigeon Whole Bakers | Photo Adam Gibson

Pigeon Whole Bakers started as a wholesale business, evolving into Hobart’s must-visit destination for coffee, croissants and more.

Their must-visit destination has been designed by Hobart-based Core Collective architects, specialising in practical and sustainable design. Built in 2016, Core Collective have opted for a ‘less is more’ approach here, with exposed building pillars leave an industrial yet considered feel. Highlights are the trowelled and off form concrete, brass and Tasmanian Oak. There is seating space for 6, with takeaway the main method for orders at Pigeon Whole.

Now with a team of 50 employees, Pigeon Whole Bakers have perfected their recipe and mastered their craft. (Editors Note: There is a second Pigeon Whole Bakery in another part of Hobart, but do not get these confused, they are two separate businesses).

The ‘morning bun’ and ‘sourdough doughnuts’ are not to miss, making the perfect start to any day. Be sure to go early however, with Pigeon Whole opening at 7am, their bestsellers sell out very early… It’s as the saying goes, the early bird gets the worm.

Pigeon Whole Bakers | Photo Adam Gibson
Bestseller sell-out early. Early bird gets the worm at Pigeon Whole Bakers.
Pigeon Whole Bakers | Photo Adam Gibson
Not only do they have great baked goods, Pigeon Whole Bakers is our number 1 coffee spot in Hobart
At the premises it is possible to see bakers in action throughout the morning
The best of Tasmanian produce, hospitality and attitude
Pigeon Whole Bakers's HQ design is by Core Collective. They opted to ensure the bakery behind the counter was exposed.
Pigeon Whole Bakers produce everything on-site
Pigeon Whole Bakers | Photo Adam Gibson

Pigeon Whole Bakers

30 & 32 Argyle Street, Hobart, TAS, 7000


January, 2021