Places to eat & drink

Don't feel like cooking while you are on holidays?

We hear you! That's why we've put together some helpful information on where you can grab a bite to eat while you are staying with us in Karuah.

BIG4 Karuah Jetty Coffee Van

Yes, we have our very own coffee van in the park. Learn more about it here.

Karuah RSL & Bridgeview Restaurant (pictured)

Karuah RSL & Bowling Club is just a short stroll from the park or take the free courtesy bus from the park at 5pm daily. The menu at Bridgeview Restaurant is a fusion of both Asian and Australian cuisines.

Karuah Pizzeria (pictured)

  • This local, family pizzeria offers a wide range of woodfired pizza, pastas, breads, salads, burgers, fried foods and desserts.
  • Located at 416 Tarean Road, Karuah, they are usually open Wednesday to Sunday for dinner, with extended hours during school holidays.
  • See their Facebook page for the menu or contact them on 0447 627 617.

Karuah Seafood and Thai

  • 413 Tarean Rd, Karuah.
  • Open for lunch and dinner 6 days. Closed Tuesday.
  • Fresh seafood, fish and chips and authentic Thai food.
  • More information at

Daily Dose Coffee Club (pictured)

  • 3/404 Tarean Rd, Karuah.
  • Open for breakfast and lunch 6 days. Closed Sunday.
  • Hot and cold drinks, breakfasts, grab 'n' go items, cakes and desserts, gourmet burgers and kids meals.
  • Check out all their goodies on their Facebook page.

Rollin Smoke Bar and Grill

  • 433 Tarean Rd, Karuah.
  • Previously known as Munchies Cafe/Black Swan Cafe & Restaurant.
  • Open for breakfast and lunch 7 days. Dinner menu coming soon.

Russ's Hot Bread Shop

  • 412 Tarean Rd, Karuah, next to the Butcher.
  • Open for breakfast and lunch 6 days. Closed Sunday.
  • Pies, sausage rolls, sandwiches, bread rolls, cakes, slices.

BP Road House Service Station - open 24 hours

  • 24 hour diner and takeaway.
  • 403 Tarean Rd, Karuah.

There are also plenty of options for cooking up your own feast, including our well-stocked IGA, local butcher, bakeries and of course, Karuah River oysters!