At TAKO it’s all about sharing. Experience a taste of regional cuisine from the four corners of Mexico – from the coastal ceviche, to the Oaxaca mole, the Mayan cuisine of the Yucatán Peninsula and the very popular national dish, the taco. TAKO is not a spelling mistake, it makes reference to the su...
Qualia’s signature restaurant, the Long Pavilion presents modern Australian cuisine across three innovative menus, which rotate daily to reflect the best available produce. Set on the northernmost tip of Hamilton Island, diners at Long Pavilion can enjoy beautiful views out over the Coral Sea.
Situated in the Hamilton Island Yacht Club, the award-winning Bommie is one of the most superb places to eat on the island. Bommie takes its name from the Aboriginal word ‘bombora’ - which refers to the shallow, isolated and colourful reef patches found in the waters surrounding Hamilton Island.
If you’re looking for somewhere to kick up your heels after sunset, the Pimms Garden Bar is a vibrant and popular bar located on Front Street overlooking the marina. The newly refurbished bar has a modern feel with plant-themed walls and soft timber finishes, and with it’s relaxed and fun vibe, it i...
About Dining Experiences For Hamilton Island
Beach Club Restaurant
Beach Club’s intimate restaurant charms diners with subtle mood lighting and a majestic beachfront setting. Settle in with pre-dinner cocktails for an alfresco poolside dining experience, and enjoy exquisitely prepared Modern Australia cuisine featuring seasonal and locally sourced produce. The Beach Club restaurant is exclusive for Beach Club guests only.
The home of fine dining on Hamilton Island, Bommie is the signature restaurant at the iconic Hamilton Island Yacht Club. Make a booking to dine inside the stylish restaurant, with its elegant dark wood and white linen. Or share a drink and snacks outside on the deck, where marvellous views take in the marina and Whitsundays. Inside and out, Bommie’s décor reflects the yacht club’s stylish nautical design.
With stunning views of Passage Peak and the sparking Coral Sea, the stylishly relaxed restaurant and bar is perfect for a laid back long lunch, or morning or afternoon snack and refreshing drink.
Launched in August 2012, coca chu is Hamilton Island’s latest dining establishment. Executive Chef, Adam Woodfield, brings adventurous, fun and seductive fare to the Whitsundays, based upon the hawker food stalls of South East Asia, mixing bold flavours with elegant casual style.
Denison Star Cruise and Dine
Cruise the islands of the Whitsundays at sunset with cocktails and canapés on the deck followed by a three-course meal in the cruiser’s restaurant.
Manta Ray Café
If you want to dine with the locals, try Manta Ray Café for its famous wood-fired pizza as well as pasta, salads and more.
Laid back and casual, right at the heart of the Marina Village, grab a gourmet panini, wrap or great coffee here.
From the freshest of seafood to contemporary takes on juicy duck and succulent eye fillet, Mariner’s is a pleasure to visit, as much for the stunning views as it is for the service.
Pool Terrace Restaurant
An intimate a la carte dinner, a casual snack-style lunch, or a buffet breakfast; the menu covers it all and the peaceful outlook to the Reef View Hotel pool provides the perfect backdrop.
Romano’s Italian Restaurant
Overlooking the marina, Romano’s offers authentic yet innovative Italian fare, with seafood a staple.
Sails Steak and Seafood Grill
The hub of Hamilton Island, Sails Restaurant overlooks the Dolphin Pool and beyond out to Catseye Beach - so breakfast, lunch and dinner come with a side-serving of idyllic views. An extensive buffet breakfast is on offer in the morning, with lunch and dinner serving a variety of fresh seafood along with well-represented Australian premium beef.
Takeaways & Bars
If you are after something a little more casual, there are a variety of takeaway outlets on the island from traditional bakery treats at Bob’s Bakery, fish and chips at Popeye’s or gourmet deli items from Marina Café. After dark, unwind at one of the many bars on the island from Marina Tavern, to Verandah Bar or Boheme’s.
Wild Life Hamilton Island
Experience breakfast with the Koala’s – cuddle a Koala then tuck into a big Aussie breakfast at the sanctuary’s café. Located in the heart of the island, light snacks are also available all day.