Corporate guests at K’gari Fraser Island’s Kingfisher Bay Resort will once again be offered a full suite of dining options following the opening of Dune Restaurant, the result of the refurbishment of former dining venue, Seabelle, which stopped service at the beginning of the pandemic.
Not only does this announcement add a breath of fresh air to to the resort, but it also marks the its full recovery from staff shortages, that events and tourism operators have suffered coming of of COVID.
In addition to current modern-Australian style eateries, guests of the resort can now take a journey through Dune Restaurant and discover a refreshing and aromatic dining destination with the bright spices and fresh flavours of Asian fusion.
“Dune’s creations will truly tantalise the senses, as guests indulge in sweet, salty and spicy selections, from decadent dumplings to fragrant curries and sizzling stir-fried meats to noodle dishes packed with taste.” Said the resort.
Diners can pair sharable dishes of, prepared fresh produce with a bold beverage list, including unique wines and fresh to order, island-themed cocktails.
Guests will be able to soak-in the inviting, ambient atmosphere of Dune Restaurant, with an open-plan kitchen to witness the chefs fire up their woks and create a twilight delight at the heart of the award-winning Kingfisher Bay Resort.
To coincide with the launch of Dune the resort is offering up to $200 in F&B credit with a bonus 10% off hotel rooms and villas this April and May.