HOLE IN THE WALL: Coffee Bar 4605 owners, Helen and Shaun Walker.
HOLE IN THE WALL: Coffee Bar 4605 owners, Helen and Shaun Walker. Matt Collins

A hole in the wall and lamps from the roof

"We'll knock a hole in the wall.”

That's what the owners of a Murgon coffee shop said six months ago.

Helen Walker from Coffee Bar 4605 in Murgon said it got to the stage where she and her husband Shaun had to do something.

"We were turning business away,” she said.

"People were walking past when they couldn't get in.”

In March this year, the popular Murgon cafe, was awarded the South Burnett Times' People's Choice Award for the region's best coffee shop.

The Walkers took possession of the keys for the business in October 2017 and they very quickly became the go-to spot for Murgon locals and visitors to get their hit of caffeine.

The new space has allowed Ms Walker to express her creative side.

"We wanted to do something a little bit eclectic, a little bit country,” she said.

And she is very happy with the end result.

"It's a little bit different, it's just me.”

The new second room at Coffee Bar 4605 has plenty of unique features, including the old doors from the fire house in Murgon, but there is one that stands out more than the others.

The collection of upside-down lamps coming from the ceiling is a strangely relaxing place to sit and enjoy the unusual serenity.

"I saw it in a photo somewhere years ago,” Mr Walker said.

"My electrician nearly died, but he did a good job.”

Check out the photo gallery of the new space below.

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