Bushtucker Talk & Taste

Discover the delights of our native bush tucker.

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Explore the Tastes of Australia program and experience the delights of our native bush tucker ingredients. 

Nibble on native berries bursting with flavour, and relish in the refreshing citrus of lemon myrtle, as our Chef and Resort Ranger explain how these ingredients can be utilised in cooking.

With an endless list of native ingredients on our doorstep, our Chef will present a selection in their natural, and raw state, detailing their origin, and pairing them with freshly cooked kangaroo, crocodile and emu. 

With many of the ingredients grown on Fraser Island, watch on as Chef demonstrates how to use them, presents the cooked dishes for you to taste, and shares some recipe secrets.

As Australia develops its own modern cuisine, and bush tucker become increasingly popular, you'll be fascinated to hear how these foods can enhance various dishes. 

The Bush tucker talk and taste is a fantastic introduction to your Australian culinary journey, before indulging in a fine dining experience at Seabelle Restaurant.

Bush tucker experience:

  • Native bush tucker - berries, leaves, nuts.
  • Freshly cooked crocodile/kangaroo/emu
  • Located on the Seabelle Deck
  • Minimum 4 people.

Times and dates may be subject to change, so please check the What's On guide for details.

Bookings essential. $20 per person.

Every Monday, Wednesday and Friday (and more frequently during holiday times).


A glossary of commonly used bush foods

Explore our Restaurants & Bars

Sample the delights of Australian bush foods grown in our own gardens and enjoy our famous Queensland seafood. Three restaurants offer a choice of a la carte dining, themed buffets, poolside lunches, a bistro and pizzeria.

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