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Trial Bay Kiosk Restaurant

Arakoon National Park

Overview

Trial Bay Kiosk Restaurant is fully licensed offering fine dining, fresh fish, local produce with scenic views over historic Trial Bay, in Arakoon National Park.

Type
Cafes and kiosks
Where
Arakoon National Park
Accessibility
Easy
Opening times

Trial Bay Kiosk Restaurant is open 7 days a week:

  • Breakfast 8am–11am
  • Lunch 11.30am–2pm
  • Dinner 5.30pm–9pm (Friday and Saturday)
  • Closed on public holidays.

If you hunger for fine dining with a vista to match, head to the Trial Bay Kiosk Restaurant on the edge of Trial Bay in Arakoon National Park on the North Coast. Overlooking Trial Bay with scenic views over the historical goal, it’s the ideal spot for a relaxing lunch or dinner.

Indulge in fresh locally caught fish or select from a mouth watering selection of enticing dishes. The restaurant is licensed with a good range of wines, so you can enjoy a glass or two with your meal on the terrace, with fantastic coastal views.

This family-friendly restaurant is perfect for a quick coffee or cool drink, but there’s also delicious locally-made produce to sample. If you’re staying at the Trial Bay Gaol campground and don’t feel like cooking, it’s a short walk to the restaurant, and well worth the indulgence.

For directions, safety and practical information, see visitor info

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Scenic coastal view from Monument Hill, Arakoon National Park. Photo: Debby McGerty