Seabelle Restaurant

From the rainforest to the plate...


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We apologise for any inconvenience this may cause to our guests, however Seabelle Restaurant will be closed until further notice.

This is due to the critical staffing situation that we, and many businesses are currently experiencing, as a result of the ongoing COVID-19 conditions. Alternately, we recommend dining at our leading resort outlet, Sand & Wood - bookings are recommended to secure your preferred seating time. 

Please note, if you're looking to still experience the unique Flavours of Fraser during your stay, our Bush Tucker Talk and Taste experience will still be held on the Seabelle deck every Wednesday. Guest numbers are limited - book at reception.


Let your island journey continue into the ambient, candlelit setting of Kingfisher Bay Resort’s signature Seabelle Restaurant.

Savour the flavours of Fraser, curated by our award-winning culinary team into an array of bush tucker-infused sensations.

Drawing inspiration from the island’s cultural fare, our Executive Chef has crafted a menu of Modern Australian cuisine, blending native ingredients with seasonal, local produce and fresh seafood.

Paired with freshly-picked herbs and garnishes from the resort’s nursery, for a fine dining experience that will inform and inspire the senses.


Seabelle’s five-course degustation was recently named by ‘Queensland Uncovered’ as one of the Top 7 fine dining experiences in 2019.

Also the proud winner of the 2010, 2011 and 2015 Fraser Coast Tourism Award for 'Best Restaurant' and 2021 Traveller's Choice Award.

UPDATE: Seabelle Restaurant is currently closed  - We apologise for any inconvenience. 

Bush Tucker Talk and Taste experiences are offered Wednesday - guest numbers limited, book at Reception. 

Seabelle Restaurant Menu
Rainforest Bar Beverage List
A glossary of commonly used bush foods


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