Seafood Lovers Trail

by Moreton Bay Regional Council
Mouth-watering Moreton Bay bugs, succulent prawns, and freshly shucked oysters - the Seafood Lovers Trail offers a tantalising taste of Moreton Bay's best and freshest seafood.

First stop: Savige's Seafood

Start your trail at Saviges Seafood on beautiful Bribie Island. Explore Savige's Seafood Market for all your favourite seafood delicacies including the freshest locally caught fish, crabs, prawns, calamari, Moreton Bay bugs and more! Taste the sensational seafood at their dine-in or takeaway restaurant. This true trawler to plate establishment on Bribie Island is popular among locals and is not to be missed!

Second stop: Oyster Festival (October only)

Celebrate all things oysters and seafood at the annual Oyster Festival held in October at the Sandstone Point Hotel. This festival has everything from oyster opening competitions, celebrity chef cooking demonstrations and oyster appreciation classes. Bring the whole family and enjoy live music, rides and fireworks!

Third stop: Morgans Seafood Market

With its idyllic Scarborough Marina location overlooking the spectacular Moreton Bay and the Glass House Mountains, Morgans is the perfect place to spend Sunday afternoon listening to live music on the deck and enjoying the bay's best delicacies. From the ever-popular Oyster Bar, to the take-away restaurant, to Queensland's largest retail seafood market, Morgans seafood has it all!

Fourth stop: Tempest Seafood Restaurant & Teppanyaki Grill

Finish your Seafood Lovers Trail at Tempest Seafood Restaurant & Teppanyaki Grill overlooking spectacular Moreton Bay. Tempest Seafood restaurant offers a mouth-watering dinning experience based on an inspiring seasonal menu. Using only the best locally sourced produce, the Tempest menu is bursting with freshness and flavour.


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