Tangalooma Island Resort Dining & Facilities

Tangalooma Island Resort Dining

Fire & Stone Restaurant: Offers beachfront dining with ‘Fire’ featuring exotic and spicy flavours of the Orient with a mouth watering Asian fusion menu, whilst 'Stone' will offer guests a complete ‘Hot Stone’ menu to be cooked at the table on their own hot rock.

Beach Cafe: Enjoy the views of Moreton Bay while enjoying bistro-style dining at the Beach Cafe. With a large selection of meals, there's something to tempt everyone! Choose from made to order pizzas, burgers, salads, and light meals. Dine outdoors on the beachfront or takeaway. Open daily for lunch and dinner.

Coffee Shop: Cool off with a cold ice cream or sorbet or spoil yourself with one of the freshly made cheesecakes, gateaux's, slices and biscuits; the perfect accompaniment to any hot coffee. If you are looking for something a little more savoury, try the fresh made sandwiches, wraps, sushi, hot pies or sausages rolls.

Whaler's Bar: Is the main resort bar and offers a selection of popular beer, Australian wine and refreshing cocktails. Play a round of pool or just sit back and enjoy the views from Australia’s best beer garden! Open daily until late.

Tangalooma Island Resort Facilities

  • Restaurants and bars
  • Kids Club
  • Babysitting service
  • Beachfront massage hut
  • General store
  • Photo shop & resort photographer
  • Internet kiosk
  • Pool tables
  • Jukebox
  • Guest laundry
  • Day guest lounge
  • Tour desk
  • BBQ facilities
  • Marine Education and Conservation Centre

Massage Hut: Relax and revitalize with a variety of treatments and massages in the beachside massage hut designed to reduce stress. Indulge in a range of aromatic pure essential oil blends, therapeutic massages, hot and cold stone massage and pregnancy massages.

Tangalooma Marine Education and Conservation Centre: An interactive education and activity centre combined with a research facility, this centre provides an entertaining way to learn about and support the conservation efforts of the Dolphin Care and Feeding Program. Guests are required to register at the centre before taking part in the feeding sessions.