Building on the success of last year’s inaugural event, this year’s is set to be bigger and better!
Festival organisers promise more fresh fish and seafood as well as a jam-packed schedule of events and entertainment.
The festival will be centred around the fresh and cooked fish and seafood on offer with new food highlights to include a fresh seafood market, gourmet food tasting area, cooking stage and wine and oyster bar.
The festival program will also feature a unique variety of events and entertainment including crowd favourites from last year, the prawn peeling competition and mud crab race, as well as live music, cooking demonstrations, panel discussions, workshops, children’s rides and activities and market stalls.
The event is now South East Queensland’s largest seafood festival and is expected to grow in popularity year on year.