Details of the seafood festival are hot off the press this morning. A recent meetings with Fish D'vine owner and operator Kevin Collins ratified details of the Seafood Festival coming to the Sunday afternoon of the Whitsunday Boat and Lifestyle Show.
Starting from 1.30pm on the Sunday enjoy a range across Tasmanian oysters, local prawns, fish and chips, calamari, and other sea bounty, your Sunday afternoon at the show is set to include a fine feast.
“The seafood market will include each type of seafood presented at separate stalls” says Kevin Collins, “We want to create a market style atmosphere, as we have done at festivals in the past.”
The market will be presented at the Southern end of Boathouse apartment block, with seating under the cover of the apartment balconies. You will also be able to sit on the grass or dock edge overlooking the boats. The views are simply fantastic for enjoying your afternoon feast.
It all sounds delicious – attend the Oyster shop and order your favoured number of oysters, shucked to order. You can't do much better than that. Alternatively, grab a kilo of prawns and receive them wrapped in paper, to eat on the nearby grassed area or take them home for later.
For the kids and those seeking hot food there will be fish and chips, prawns off the barbie, calamari and other seafood fun. Finish your show weekend with a full tummy of wonderful flavours.
The Whitsunday Boat and Lifestyle Show, bought to you by the Rotary Club of Airlie Beach Inc are pleased to bring you the seafood festival and happy to have Fish D'vine in charge of this extra show feature. With the Fish D'vine restaurant set to re-open around mid September, the seafood festival is opportune time for them to re-tune their skills and present the excellent flavours that Fish D'Vine is so famous for … and our show goers the lucky benefactors.
Food court outlook to the marina
Food court seating area