For nearly 30 years, the Wharf Mooloolaba has been attracting visitors and locals to the Sunshine Coast. It’s a place for fun, families and tourism, but while it still holds the charm of its origins, The Wharf is getting a new lease on life.
You’ll be spoilt for choice when it comes to eateries within the precinct.
The Dock offers up 16 different beers on 32 taps! For seafood, there’s See Restaurant. Munch into some Mexican at El Bigoton, or enjoy a feast for all the senses at funky modern-Asian restaurant Rice Boi. There’s also the Hamptons inspired fish and chippery Salt Water next door – famous for their $10 fish and chips.
While the Wharf Mooloolaba is a must visit dining destination, food is not the only option on the menu when spending a day there.
And if you don’t particularly want to get wet – a cruise may be the way to go.
Coastal Cruises depart from the wharf twice a day, allowing you to take in the coast from a different point of view. They even stop at Mooloolaba Fisheries to pick up the fresh catch of the day for lunch. The 90 minute seafood lunch cruise starts at just $39 and adult and $25 for kids.
With plenty to take in as well as taste, The Wharf Mooloolaba will promise a great day out.
The Wharf Mooloolaba