The Komo

99 Marine Parade, Redcliffe Queensland 4020, Australia

The Komo is a popular Redcliffe dining, drinking and entertainment venue not only for locals, but also visitors and day-trippers to the Moreton Bay Region. Ideally positioned on the forefront of the Redcliffe Peninsula this newly renovated venue provides guests with an unrivalled seaside hospitality experience.

There’s nothing better than a lazy afternoon filled with cool drinks and flavoursome fresh food, watching the sun chase the waves over Moreton Bay – unless you count starting the day with a bountiful breakfast as the sun rises over the glistening water!

Whatever time of day, The Komo’s got you covered.

Breathtaking Water Views

Fresh from a makeover, The Komo’s redesign capitalises on its trademark views, with its newly raised terrace framing the stunning vista across Moreton Bay to Moreton Island. Take a seat, grab a drink and enjoy the water views.

Redcliffe Dining with a Top-notch Menu

Relax under the pink umbrellas while you peruse the menu – for breakfast think rustic fruit bread, a classic eggs bene, vegan raspberry and coconut porridge or, if you’ve worked up an appetite with a morning stroll, the Komo Brekky Board.

Designed to share, the Brekky Board comes topped with eggs your way, charcoal rotisserie bacon, sweet potato croquettes, blistered tomatoes, pork and fennel sausages, sauteed mushrooms and sourdough – bliss!

Pair your feast with a Pash N Shoot or Blueberry Thrill smoothie, a macchiato or a chilled juice, and you’re set for the day.

Prefer a later start? Linger over lunch or enjoy a delish dinner with family and friends and watch the waves roll in.

Begin your feast with a charcuterie board filled with cured meats, cheeses, artisan bread, olives, fruit and nuts.

Follow it with a sumptuous seafood platter of the best Redcliffe dining marine delights – Moreton Bay Bug roll, kingfish ceviche, smoked salmon, oysters, prawns and more.

The Home of the Best Charcoal Rotisserie

If seafood’s not your thing, try one of the mouth-watering pizzas, or turn to The Komo’s new charcoal rotisserie, where you’ll find perfectly cooked chicken, pork and lamb. Try them on a street taco, or a freshly baked baguette paired with crunchy slaw. The menu is also home to traditional pub grub, compete with succulent steaks and a classic chicken parma.

The kids are catered for too, with offerings including a charcoal rotisserie roll with chips, battered fish and pasta carbonara.

Save room for dessert though….there’s zesty key lime pie, a traditional Eaton mess filled with berries, whipped cream and crushed meringue, as well as Nutella Bombe Alaska.

Venue Details

Matching the new-look menu at The Komo is a new-look Redcliffe dining venue.

Key to the design are smaller areas within the overall floorplan, giving visitors their own piece of a larger space with a softer look and feel embracing the seaside location.

The venue’s been designed for broad appeal – you’re not out of place in boardies fresh from the lagoon at the Sports Bar – or frocked up in a sassy cocktail dress for a birthday party in the main lounge area.

Whether you’re a tourist or a local, you’ll be guaranteed a great meal, a friendly greeting from staff and an array of drinks to quench your thirst.

The Komo’s décor, layout and menu may have been transformed, but it’s now an even more beautiful space with a great outlook - a reinvented peninsula icon.


  • Restaurant
  • Bar & Terrace
  • Functions and Events Centre
  • Sports Bar
  • Open for Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner 7 days
  • Accommodation options available (contact Oaks direct to book on 07 3283 9300)
  • Live entertainment

Open Hours

Restaurant Kitchen
Mon to Thu: 7AM - 9PM
Fri/ Sat / Sun: 7AM - 9PM

Sports Bar
Sun - Thu: 10AM - late
Fri - Sat: 10AM - late

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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.