Seabelle Restaurant

From the rainforest to the plate...


From $149

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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'.

Sample one of our bush tucker-inspired cocktails at the Seabelle Lounge Bar, for the perfect pre-dinner indulgence. 

Guests may dine within our award-winning restaurant, or outside on our Seabelle deck - Bookings are essential.

Please note - as of February 16th 2020, Seabelle will be open from Tuesday to Saturday. 

Reservations are required - you can book at Reception or with the Seabelle host during opening hours.

Seabelle Restaurant & Bar Menu
Seabelle Restaurant Degustation Menu
Seabelle Restaurant & Bar Beverage List


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About Fraser Island

Stretching over 123 kilometres along the southern coast of Queensland, Fraser Island is the largest sand island in the world. more