Suttons Beach Pavilion


A must-visit for visitors to the Redcliffe peninsula, Suttons Beach Pavilion is a unique restaurant, bar, cafe, fish'n'chippery and ice-creamery occupying a charming 1937 art deco bathing pavilion right on Suttons Beach.

Dive into the Suttons Beach Pavilion experience of rolling waves, salty breezes at any time of day, from breakfast to dinner, whilst enjoying a sweeping ocean view and direct access to the beach.

The interior of the restaurant is bathed in natural light with wide and open space nautical-themed decor providing a seamless flow with the beach outside.

Connectivity to the surrounding sea is a main focal point of the restaurant's menu. So, expect to find taste sensations like the fresh local seafood platters and classic fish and chips. And for those who want to cool down without getting their feet wet, there is also an ice creamery inside.

There's also no finer place to enjoy a hearty breakfast such as Cinnamon Scroll French Toast, Home Baked Banana Loaf, Chorizo omelette or Big Breakfast before a day at the beach. Or sip on a lush cocktail, glass of wine or cold beer as the sun goes down. 

In a nutshell -  If you want to be swept away by stunning views, fresh seafood, and all things beach or, just want some shade and ice cream, Suttons Beach Pavilion is a great choice. 

by Miles Trost

Suttons Beach Pavilion is a valued partner of Must Do

Suttons Beach Pavilion

50 Marine Parade


3284 3320


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