Piccolo Pod has added a new site to the growing Border coffee business.
The newest shipping container has popped up in Killara aiming to tap into the "growing estate" outside of Wodonga.
And the new pod will have a family feel with sisters Tamara and Emily Broad working together.
Killara is the fourth Piccolo Pod site with the business also operating from Stanley Street, Albury, Junction Place, Wodonga and at the Albury-Wodonga Regional Cancer Centre.
Owner Shane Way said the new site, on the corner of Murray Valley Highway and Riverside Boulevard, was chosen because the estate "didn't have anything out there for residents".
"It is a growing area and we wanted to bring a pod to Killara residents and it has been very well received and they are happy to have us out there," he said
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"We are seeing how we go, going into the summer months we will just play it by ear with the heat but at the moment we are operating Monday to Friday from 6.30am to 1.30pm."
Mr Way said the Broad sisters had been working at the Wodonga pod and would now take over the Killara site.
"They have proven themselves in Wodonga and I trust them to keep doing a great job out here in Killara and keeping everyone caffeinated out here," he said.
"There is a big estate out here and people going down the Murray Valley Highway so we are hoping the site we have chosen is the perfect spot for those going to and from Wodonga."
Piccolo Pod Killara started serving customers on Monday.