Kingfisher Bay Resort - Fraser Island Accommodation

Flames Of Fraser Dinner

Fraser Island provides the stage and our delicate bush-tucker inspired dishes, perfectly matched with Queensland wines, set the scene for an indulgent, four-hour fireside dining experience that runs all year round.  We call it Flames of Fraser.

Sip sparkling wine as a mango-coloured sun sets over the Great Sandy Strait and then, as day turns to dusk, stroll barefoot along the western beach to our intimate, outdoor dining room in the heart of the resort's Wallum.

FIRE THE SENSES IN THIS UNIQUE COASTAL SETTING

Our Executive Chef, inspired by Fraser's unique biosphere, has used his knowledge of Australian bush food to craft a five-course, native produce-inspired table d'hŏte menu – married with superb Queensland wines.  Watch this space as the menu changes seasonally.

Just $149* per person (all inclusive).  

Bookings are essential. Please wear comfortable, smart-casual clothing and comfortable walking shoes. If you're travelling in the cooler months, we recommend you wear warm clothes and bring a jacket.

 

* Flames of Fraser requires a minimum of 6 guests and is limited to 20 house guests or to private groups. Children under 12 are not catered for. Flames of Fraser is available for house guests only, is weather dependent, may not run during low season and places are subject to availability. The resort reserves the right to cancel. In case of inclement weather, the resort will attempt to rebook for the following night or alternative, non-compulsory dining arrangements will be made for guests. Guests who have paid the resort directly will be given a full refund and normal meal rates will apply at the alternative dining option. Guests who have booked on a package or through a travel agent will be provided with a letter supporting a refund. Cancellations within 24 hours will incur a 100% cancellation fee.

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We believe in: "Ecologically sustainable tourism that fosters environmental and cultural understanding, appreciation and conservation".
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