A Delicious Guide to Outdoor Dining in Moreton Bay

When it comes to feasting in Moreton Bay Region, there’s a rich offering of fine-dining restaurants, local pubs and clubs, top cafe's and fresh fish 'n' chips spots. What's made better here, is the stunning dining locations.

With so many venues offering outdoor dining with magnificent views we thought we would pull together a list of eight surefire dining location where you can also get a hit of sun.


Morgans Seafood

For the discerning seafood-lover Morgans Seafood is the crown jewel of Queensland’s seafood scene. If you are after an authentic seafood meal, Morgans will not disappoint. Not only do they serve top notch seafood straight from the bay and fresh off the trawler but their dining area overlooks the marina meaning you can soak in the coastal atmosphere and enjoy your favourite seafood flavours.


The Komo

If you like your cocktails and share boards with a side of ocean views The Komo is for you! Filled with great tastes and refreshing drinks, meet your friends and take in the fresh ocean air, on the Terrace, over looking the stunning Moreton Bay and across to Moreton Island.

The menu features delicious Charcoal Rotisserie inspired dishes, packed full of zesty flavours and playful colours as well as some of the great pub classics.


Sandstone Point Hotel

At Sandstone Point Hotel two things are king; seafood and the view. Sit back, relax and enjoy a drink with a stunning view over Pumicestone Passage from the Poinciana Deck, the covered Outdoor Dining area or The Oyster Shed. Enjoy the sea breeze & shade from the large umbrellas that keep you cool in the warmer months.

Their seasonally driven menu offers fresh local produce with flavour combinations and quality to indulge your taste buds.


Beardy's Bar & Kitchen

Drooling over this big ol’ juicy burger? We don't blame you! Beardy's Bar & Kitchen was named Peoples Choice for Best Burgers In Brisbane and took out top spot for Moreton Bay Region's Eat & Drink Awards, The Forkies. Catch up, chill out and pig out feasting on the best burgers around town.

You really do owe it to yourself to visit and get your fill.


Bite Markets

There are few places, not just in Moreton Bay but throughout Queensland that so expertly blend delicious food and wonderful evening family entertainment, but Bite Markets manages to do it all. Indulge the senses at the northside’s biggest foodie adventure – Bite Markets at North Harbour. Featuring over 40 permanent flavour makers, this outdoor food market is sure to hit all the sweet, spicy and savoury spots with no dish selling for over $15!


Mill Creek Cafe

Situated on the peaceful banks of Sugar Mill Creek in Dayboro, Mill Creek Café is a rustic, artisan café near Brisbane. Pull up a seat upstairs by the window and watch the ducks paddle in the creek or grab a table in the courtyard under the shade of the paperbark trees to enjoy some freshly baked meals, pastries, treats and more.


The Belvedere

The Belvedere Hotel is the perfect venue for relaxed outdoor dining, boasting a choice of modern sun-drenched decks from which to enjoy the spectacular and award-winning sunsets seen over the bay.

Grab a beer tower, cocktail balloon or jug and soak in the energetic coastal vibe. Lovingly nicknamed ‘The Bel’ by regulars, it is one of the best restaurants Redcliffe peninsula has to offer complete with a playground, children's menu and multiple al fresco areas.

We hope you enjoy your time exploring all that our wonderful region has to offer.

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Acknowledgement of Country - We would like to acknowledge the traditional owners of the lands and waterways of the Moreton Bay Region, the Kabi Kabi/Gubbi Gubbi, Jinibara, and Turrbal people and pay our respects to their Elders, past, present and emerging. We recognise the ongoing connection that Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people have to this land and recognise Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people as the original custodians of this land.