Whitsunday Coast - Eating
Seafood reigns supreme at the Whitsundays along with the traditional fare of steaks, pizzas and a variety of international cuisine.
Mangrove Jack’s Café and Bar
Winner of the Queensland Award for Excellence, this bistro styled eatery provides a range of succulent pizzas and mouth-watering desserts. Located within the Airlie Beach Hotel.
Shipwrecked Seafood Bar and Grill
Local seafood waterfront dining with great fun and great prices. The service is excellent and they have 33 wines on offer by the glass.
Theme nights, entertainment, good food and dancing until 2am. Great party atmosphere and a huge video screen. This is one of the hottest spots in Airlie Beach.
Great value eating and drinking Tex Mex style. Spectacular views, sizzling fajitas and mountainous margaritas.
Deja Vu Restaurant
This boutique restaurant lies no more than 100 metres from the main street and has wonderful views of the Whitsunday Islands.
-"Open 5 days per week, Déjà vu is also home to the famous gastrotourism event 'The Long Sunday Lunch'. An 8 course feast for only $44.50 per person. An extensive wine and beverage menu accompanies Deja Vu's modern Australian cuisine."