Janet and Tony Daly at their unique coffee stand converted from a horse float at the Ulysses AGM.
Janet and Tony Daly at their unique coffee stand converted from a horse float at the Ulysses AGM. Robyne Cuerel

Converted horse float serving coffee a hit at Ulysses AGM

IT'S not the kind of smelly brown stuff usually produced inside a horse float - in fact, a horse hasn't set foot in Janet and Tony Daly's float for two years.

The only thing being produced in the Daly's horse float these days is pure liquid gold.

The Floating Coffee Bar is a hit wherever it goes and the 2013 Ulysses AGM at Maryborough Showgrounds and Equestrian Park has been no exception.

Mr and Mrs Daly, farmers from Tenterfield, put it down to their delicious Australian blend, their unique business premises and the fact they like to have fun with their customers.

"We do rodeos, camp drafts, dog trials and we've even done a medieval festival," Mrs Daly said.

The Daly's refitted their float by hand two years ago, removing the dividers and splitting the space into two - a kitchen and a living area. The counters are made of their own milled timber.

 

 



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