ABOUT US

Wholesaler & Online Retailer of High Quality Bubble Tea Ingredients

Bubble Tea Australia  (Bubble Tea Supplies) - # 1 and Largest Bubble Tea Supplier in Australia

We are the main importer and distributor of bubble tea ingredients and supplies.

Established in July 2001, we have built our reputation in Australia in supplying businesses and the home users with superb quality products.

Services Offered

  • Menu Development

  • Product Selections

  • Bubble Tea Training

  • Site Selections

  • Marketing Support

  • Shop Development and Design

Number 1 and the Best?

  • We have wide range of superb quality products (36 Premium syrups, 32 Powder Mixes, 21 Topping Selections)

  • We ship your goods everyday (orders made before 12n are shipped on the same day) using very reliable and efficient courier Direct Freight Express (directfreight.com.au)
  • We have exceptional customer service

Locations

  • Building 8, 22 Disney Ave. Keilor East VIC 3033 (Main Office / Distribution)  MAP: https://maps.app.goo.gl/bkdfkTsvcj3ZYSaW7
  • 29 Allied Drive, Tullamarine, Victoria 3043 Australia (warehouse)
  • 70 Southbank Blvd. Southbank Victoria 3006 (by appointment only)

We do not have a retail store. This is our shipping location and we do not have facilities available for walk-in customers.

  • Please place your order through our web site www.bubbletea.com.au
  • Most orders are shipped the same day.

 

Please provide physical home or work address for deliveries.

We do not use Australia post for shipping therefore could not deliver to PO Boxes or Parcel Lockers.

You may contact us by email or fax anytime. Call us toll free during regular business hours which are 9am to 5pm Melbourne Time, Monday through Friday.

  • Toll-free phone: 1300 038 839
  • Direct phone: 03 9013 2688
  • Mobile: 0425844558
  • Fax: 03 9013 9458
  • Email: sales@bubbletea.com.au

Bank Details: REIPAK Pty Ltd, CBA, BSB: 063230 Account No: 1022 1129   

 

Bubble tea is a sweet and refreshing drink that originated in Taiwan during the early 1980s and has since gone on to establish a worldwide following. Also known as many other names including boba tea, pearl milk tea and zhen zhu nai cha, the uniqueness of bubble tea lies in the bottom of its dome shaped cup. Generally popular within Asian communities, a first time drinker may be slightly alarmed by the accompaniment of squishy little balls that follow through the deliberately thick straw. Although this may cause for concern with most other drinks, these are in fact tapioca pearls; small marble sized balls which have often been likened to the texture of a gummy bear. The tapioca pearls act as a bonus to the name of bubble tea; the actual name refers to the formation of bubbles that were produced during the shaking process that was originally used to produce the tea.

We acknowledge Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples as the First Australians and Traditional Custodians of the lands where we live, learn, and work.
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