Boost Juice Menu Prices In Australia

Boost Juice is one of Australia’s most popular juice bar chains. Their menu features a range of delicious smoothies, blends, and juices from a wide variety of vegetables and fruits.

Here are the latest Boost Juice menu prices in Australia:

Menu ItemPrices


Mango Magic (original)$7.60
Mango Magic (medium)$7.10
Mango Magic (junior)$6.10
Banana Buzz (original)$7.60
Banana Buzz (medium)$7.10
Banana Buzz (junior)$6.10
Passion Mango (original)$7.60
Passion Mango (medium)$7.10
Passion Mango (junior)$6.10
Green Tea Mango Mantra (original)$7.60
Green Tea Mango Mantra (medium)$7.10
Green Tea Mango Mantra (junior)$6.10
Mango Tango Crush (original)$7.60
Mango Tango Crush (medium)$7.10
Mango Tango Crush (junior)$6.10
Watermelon Crush (original)$7.60
Watermelon Crush (medium)$7.10
Watermelon Crush (junior)$6.10
Wondermelon (original)$7.80
Wondermelon (medium)$7.30
Wondermelon (junior)$6.30
Mango Go Greek (original)$7.80
Mango Go Greek (medium)$7.30
Mango Go Greek (junior)$6.30


All Berry Bang (original)$7.60
All Berry Bang (medium)$7.10
All Berry Bang (junior)$6.10
Strawberry Squeeze (original)$7.60
Strawberry Squeeze (medium)$7.10
Strawberry Squeeze (junior)$6.10
Berry Crush (original)$7.60
Berry Crush (medium)$7.10
Berry Crush (junior)$6.10
Berry'd Alive Greek (original)$7.80
Berry'd Alive Greek (medium)$7.30
Berry'd Alive Greek (junior)$6.30

Naughty & Nice

King William Chocolate (original)$7.60
King William Chocolate (medium)$7.10
King William Chocolate (junior)$6.10
Cookies & Cream (original)$7.60
Cookies & Cream (medium)$7.10
Cookies & Cream (junior)$6.10
Lychee Crush (original)$7.60
Lychee Crush (medium)$7.10
Lychee Crush (junior)$6.10

Fresh Juices & Blends

Two & Five (original)$7.80
Two & Five (medium)$7.30
Two & Five (junior)$6.30
Immunity (original)$7.80
Immunity (medium)$7.30
Immunity (junior)$6.30
Wild Berry (original)$7.80
Wild Berry (medium)$7.30
Wild Berry (junior)$6.30

Protein & Energy

Gym Junkie (original)$7.80
Gym Junkie (medium)$7.30
Energy Lift (original)$7.80
Energy Lift (medium)$7.30
Weekend Warrior (original)$7.80
Weekend Warrior (medium)$7.30
Protein Supreme (original)$9.20
Protein Supreme (medium)$8.70


Caribbean Green (original)$7.80
Caribbean Green (medium)$7.30
Caribbean Green (junior)$6.30
Grape Escape (original)$7.80
Grape Escape (medium)$7.30
Grape Escape (junior)$6.30
Pure Eden Super Smoothie (original)$9.20
Pure Eden Super Smoothie (medium)$8.70
Pure Eden Super Smoothie (junior)$7.70


Coconut Water$0.60
Extra Fruit & Veg$0.60
Soy Milk$0.60
Chia Seeds$0.60
All Greens$0.60
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[ps2id id=’1′ target=”/]What’s on their full menu?

Boost’s menu consists of a wide range of delicious fresh fruits combined in multiple ways to leave your tastebuds always wanting more after that last sip.

There are four main types of drinks they make: Smoothies, Blends, Juices, and Crushed.


You know what a smoothie is – a creamy concoction usually containing ice cream, bananas, some fruit, yoghurt, and some other flavours. All combined together to form one scrumptious beverage.

Here are a few of the smoothies on offer at Boost:

  • Mango Magic – Mango Nectar, Mango, Banana, Vanilla Yoghurt & Ice
  • Banana Buzz – Low Fat Milk, Banana, Honey, Vanilla Yoghurt & Ice
  • Café Latte – Espresso Blend, Low Fat Milk, Banana, Vanilla Yoghurt, Ice & Coffee
  • Pure Eden – All Greens Booster, Lemon, Spinach, Coconut Water, Grapes, Apple, Cucumber, Kale, Mint, Pineapple, Banana & Ice
  • Cookies & Cream – Oreo Cookies, Sorbet, Low Fat Milk, Banana, Vanilla Yoghurt & Ice
Mango Smoothie A Popular Drink At Boost Juice

Mango Smoothie A Popular Drink At Boost Juice

  • Caribbean Green – Passionfruit, Coconut Milk, Spinach, Coconut Water, Mango Nectar, Mango, Banana & Ice
  • Blueberry Blast – Blueberries, Apple Juice, Sorbet, Banana, Vanilla Yoghurt & Ice
  • Veggie Garden Blend – Spinach, Carrot, Chia, Celery, Cucumber, Orange & Ice
  • Gym Junkie – Strawberry Yoghurt, Strawberries, Whey Protein, Low Fat Milk, Banana, Vanilla Yoghurt & Ice
  • Protein Supreme – Dates, Whey Protein, Cinnamon, Immunity, Vita Booster, Coconut Milk, Coconut Water, Chia, Banana, Honey, Muesli & Ice
  • Raspberry Ripe – Chocolate, Strawberry Yoghurt, Raspberries, Coconut Milk, Sorbet, Low Fat Milk & Ice
  • Tropical Storm – Coconut Milk, Tropical Juice, Mango, Mango Yoghurt, Banana & Ice


After a nutrition blast? Grab one of their blends. They’re packed with fruit & veg and bound to leave your mind, body, and soul jumping for joy from all the goodness they’ve just received.

A few blend recipes from Boost:

  • Two & Five Blend – Beetroot, Vita Booster, Spinach, Apple, Carrot, Celery, Cucumber, Ice & Freshly Squeezed Orange
  • Mint Condition Blend – Spinach, Apple, Celery, Cucumber, Mint & Ice
  • Immunity Blend – Strawberries, Immunity Booster, Ice, Freshly Squeezed Orange & Freshly Juiced Watermelon
  • Energiser Blend – Strawberries, Banana, Energiser Booster, Ice & Freshly Squeezed Orange
  • Grape Escape – Spinach, Coconut Water, Grapes, Pineapple, Banana & Ice


Their juices are usually a bit lighter than their blends or smoothies and less dense as well. But they’re still quality drinks at a quality price.

Here are a few they have:

  • Two & Five Juice – Beetroot, Vita Booster, Spinach, Apple, Carrot, Celery, Cucumber, Ice & Freshly Squeezed Orange
  • Immunity Juice – Strawberries, Immunity Booster, Ice, Freshly Squeezed Orange & Freshly Juiced Watermelon
  • Wild Berry Juice – Blueberries, Strawberries, Raspberries, Apple, Energiser Booster, Ice & Freshly Juiced Pineapple


Last, but definitely not the least, are their summertime favourites. Crushed fruits combined with other delicious ingredients to form a beverage so thick, you could eat it with a spoon.

All of the crushed recipes Boost Juice has available:

  • Berry Crush – Blueberries, Strawberries, Apple Juice, Raspberries, Sorbet & Ice
  • Lemon Crush – Orange, Sorbet, Ice & Freshly Squeezed Lemon
Crushed Drinks Are Perfect On A Summer's Day

Crushed Drinks Are Perfect On A Summer’s Day

  • Lychee Crush – Lychee, Mango Nectar, Sorbet, Tropical Juice & Ice
  • Mango Tango Crush – Passionfruit, Mango Nectar, Sorbet, Tropical Juice, Mango & Ice
  • Tropical Crush – Sorbet, Tropical Juice, Mango, Banana & Ice
  • Watermelon Crush – Sorbet, Tropical Juice, Ice & Freshly Juiced Watermelon

[ps2id id=’2′ target=”/]What are the most popular recipes on their menu?

With so many varieties to choose from, their menu can be a little bit intimidating if you’ve never been there before.

So why not minimise the risk and go for some of their most popular drinks which their regular customers always come back to. We can help you do that.

Boost Juice Has A Range Of Popular Menu Items

Boost Juice Has A Range Of Popular Menu Items

There are some of Australia’s favourite Boost Juice drinks:

  • Banana Buzz – Everyone loves a banana smoothie, which is why it’s one of the most commonly flavoured smoothies you’ll find at any restaurant. And at Boost, it’s by far, one of their most popular drinks.
  • Mango Magic – Next up, the fruit Australia falls in love with every summer – the mango. Throw it in a blend with some bananas, yoghurt and ice, and you’ve got yourself Mango Magic – a go to for many of their regulars.
  • Tropical Crush – A blended treat with sorbet, fresh watermelon, tropical juice and ice – designed specifically to leave you feeling refreshed and delightful. Give this one a shot if you’re stuck for choice.

[ps2id id=’3′ target=”/]Are the juices worth the money?

Some say yes. Some say no. Some say they can’t imagine a world with Boost’s famous juices. And others say they have no intention of trying one of their drinks at all.

If you’re out and about looking for a quick fix of some fruit & veg in an easy to digest, yet portable manner – Boost Juice are definitely worth the money.

They have enough variety to keep you coming back for a year and never having to try the same thing twice, at least for a while.

Whatever you do though – don’t go in peak time, then you may be waiting up to 20 minutes in line for your order. Not really a quick fix then.

With that in mind, grabbing a smoothie or blend from them always saves you the hassle of having to clean up all the equipment back home. And you know just how hard those blenders can be to clean.

All in all, if you don’t have the time or patience to make them at home yourself, the cost of their drinks are priced fairly reasonably for the service they provide.

[ps2id id=’4′ target=”/]Are they actually healthy?

Ah, one of the big questions – but how can something so healthy taste so good?

One word – sugar.

There’s a lot of natural sugar from the fruits, and they do put in some sweeteners (whether they’re organic or not) into the drinks as well. Take the Banana Buzz for example. The medium 450ml version of it comes in at 350 calories, with 240 of them coming from the 63g of carbs. Of those carbs, 55g of them are sugar.

With that being said, you’re more than welcome to opt for something else. The price will be the same, but you’ll be leaving with a far healthier drink. In the Veggie Garden Blend, there’s a low 130 calories and only 21g of sugar.

For the full nutrition of each of their drinks – download this PDF. Warning – it is big.

[ps2id id=’5′ target=”/]A bit about Boost Juice’s organisation

Did you know – Boost Juice is an Australian organisation? Yep! It was born and bred right here in South Australia by Janine Allis.

Janine opened the first Boost Juice in 2000 after she came back from a holiday in the United States and noticed the exact same style of drink store was wildly successful over there.

Over the next 4 years, the organisation grew massively, reaching a total of 175 stores across Australia and New Zealand by 2004.

A Boost Juice Store In Australia

A Boost Juice Store In Australia

Unfortunately, New Zealand was a short-lived market and they closed up shop on our neighbour’s island in 2006. But that didn’t stop them.

Global expansion soon followed, with Boost Juice Bars popping up in Asia, Europe, South Africa, India, and the United Kingdom.

As of 2017, Australian’s are able to grab one of their beverages at any of their 270 stores in the country.

Going on holiday? No problem. They also have another 197 stores across the globe – bringing their total number of operating locations to 467.

We’d love to see Boost Juice continue to grow, and more importantly, continue to offer their drinks at the valuable prices you see above.

For more information, please visit their official website here.

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