Merimbula Aquariam & Wharf Restaurant

MERIMBULA AQUARIUM & WHARF RESTAURANT

Merimbula Wharf Restaurant & Merimbula Aquarium, both situated in the one beautiful location

Lake Street, Merimbula with 180 degree spectacular views.

Wharf Restaurant – drop in for a coffee anytime from 10am and enjoy the spectacular views. Plus the fantastic cake selections.

Choose from the lunch menu of local seafood and oysters as well as light selections and larger meals, something for everyone’s taste and appetite.       The Restaurant is fully licensed.

Children’s menu is available.

Dinner offers a modern Australian cuisine seasonal a-la-carte menu prepared form local fresh seafood and produce. The Restaurant is fully licensed.

Children’s menu available.

Open every day, closed on Tuesdays over the Winter months. Bookings are preferred but certainly drop in for that coffee and cake or light lunch.

COFFEE & MORNING & AFTERNOON TEAS – 10am all day

LUNCH – 11.30am – 3pm

DINNER – 6pm

Restaurant catering for various functions – Weddings, Seminars, Parties, & Conferences

Packages available which can be tailored to the individual requirements.

Merimbula Aquarium experience the excitement from sharks to shrimps, to octopus to tropical fish, its all on display in our living theatre of the deep. Fabulous 70,000 litre Oceanarium consisting of 28 fish tank aquarium and a fantastic ocean tank.

OPEN DAILY 10am – 5pm

Fish Feeding MON – WED – FRI – at 11.30am ( Monday to Friday during school holidays)

And for the hard to buy for there’s always gift vouchers to the Restaurant and the Aquarium.

Place Categories: best-of and food and wine

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