Pristine waters and fertile farmlands give the Fraser Coast an abundant supply of fresh, quality produce, including mouth-watering seafood. Visit the markets and stock up on regional delicacies, or enjoy the menu at a local café or restaurant.
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Located on Torquay's busy Esplanade, Aegean Waters French Restaurant brings Gallic gastronomy to the Hervey Bay area, a scenic 3 hours drive north of Brisbane.
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Overlooking the beautiful Snapper Creek inlet in Tin Can Bay, Barnacles Cafe provides an idyllic setting for you to enjoy breakfast while you are there to feed the Indo-Pacific Humpback Dolphins.
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What do you fancy today? At Bayaroma, a charming cafe on the Esplanade across from beautiful Torquay beach, prepare to be surprised by their vast array of delicious foods and drinks along with their happy and attentive service.
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Offering stunning views beyond the Marina to Fraser Island, Cafe Balena is an easy-going cafe on Buccaneer Drive, Hervey Bay.
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Overlooking beautiful Hervey Bay, Coast Restaurant is one of Queensland's finest restaurants. Located on the Hervey Bay Esplanade, guests can choose to dine alfresco on the deck or inside in the formal dining room.
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Step away from the hustle and bustle of Hervey Bay's tourist strip and into the unique and relaxed atmosphere that only Enzo's on the Beach can offer.
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From AU$899 - 5200
Choose a fully escorted tour from a selection of Coastal and Outback experiences throughout Queensland.
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9 Aug 2015
The Hervey Bay Seafood Festival celebrates what Hervey Bay is famous for - the abundance and variety of wild caught seafood from the pristine waters of the Fraser Coast.
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5 Jul 2015 Free Entry
The author of Mary Poppins, Pamela Travers, was born in Maryborough and the city celebrates it's unique link to the iconic nanny with the world's only Mary Poppins festival - a week long explosion of colour, art, culture and "practically perfect" fun for everyone.
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Set within McNevin's Maryborough Motel, guests are invited to enjoy a cocktail at the bar and a night of culinary delight at the Sails Restaurant.
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