The flavours of Fraser Island

Taste buds rejoice, as there’s a new gourmet island getaway! Fraser Island – all things nature, beauty and indulgence, is now home to culinary offerings for foodies of all persuasions.

Liz recently joined their Bush Tucker Taste and Talk tour and savoured the flavours of Fraser Island. “The Creek Lilly Pilly are absolutely beautiful. They’re a little tarty in taste but really tasty”. Grown on the island, they’re a berry that the indigenous Butchulla people have been using for thousands of years, and it’s this indigenous knowledge that is being incorporated into the Seabelle Restaurant’s menu.

Ranger Cassie told us “It’s exciting that we can incorporate that into our cooking and share that with our guests as well”.

With 3 restaurants onsite at Kingfisher Bay Resort, there’s a style and budget for every diner, as explained by Chef Elvis David – “Sand Bar, offers a family sort of style, bistro, think Pizzas and chicken parmies, and then we have our Seabelle’s restaurant, which infuses native ingredients and gives you a more contemporary offering and finally Sand and Wood, is all about shared platters.”

Kingfisher Bay Resort’s brand new king rooms are also a side of indulgence – What could possibly be better than waking up to a gorgeous view, surrounded by nature and gazing out over the tranquil, Great Sandy Strait? Stretching out in a king-size bed while you take in the view!

Complete with sun lounges to take in stunning water views, a king-size bed, 50 inch flat-screen TV and stylish furnishings, Kingfisher Bay Resort rooms are perfect for couples looking to kick back and relax after a day of browsing the menu and dining in style! Book now at

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