What to eat


Throughout the grounds at the Seafood Festival, you’ll find an enormous range of dishes to try from a range of stalls. Below are some of the highlights of what’s available.

For those wanting a sit down, more formal experience at the festival, be sure to check out our Tastes of the Bay long lunch event that runs on the day.

 2017 Local Wildcatch Seafood Stands


  • Sandy Straits Whiting with salad
  • King Prawn Cutlets with dipping sauce
  • Chemoula King Prawns
  • Prawn Cocktails
  • BBQ Tiger Prawns with Veg Pickle
  • Salt & Pepper Calamari
  • Chilled Banana Prawns
  • Seafood Chowder
  • Oyster Shooters
  • Seafood Pies
  • Seafood Langos
  • Soft Tacos – Garlic prawn, grilled or Tempura fish Varieties.
  • Crumbed Cuttlefish Steamed Buns
  • Seafood Taster Plates

  • Calamari & Stout whiting
  • Moreton Bay Bugs, Prawn & Oyster platters
  • Scallop and Prawn Skewers
  • Hervey Bay Scallop Ceviche
  • Seafood marinara & Seafood Mornay Baked Potato’s
  • Pizza- Scallop, Prawn & Pepperoni, vegetarian
  • Seafood Paella
  •  Fried Rice or Noodles with Seafood or Vegetarian
  • Spring Rolls, Vegetarian Noodles
  • Seafood Terrine
  • Seafood Nachos
  • Toasties
  • Cheese Platters
  • Bug Salad with Craisins, Candied Walnuts, Mango and Balsamic dressing
  • Sliders – Crabmeat, Corn & Slaw or Pesto Crusted Diamond scale with Rocket, Capers & Onion

Something sweet

  • Strawberry Sundaes & Waffles
  • Raw Slice & treats
  • Pancakes
  • Churros
  • Pannacotta
  • Gourmet Ice Creams

Something to Drink

  • Regional Wines
  • Ciders & Craft Beers
  • Fruit smoothies, soft drinks, teas & ices
  • Barista Coffee