Ochre Restaurant and Catering

Gladstone Area

The Ochre is recognised both nationally and internationally as one of the most innovative modern Australian restaurants not only in Cairns, but Australia.

Located on the Boardwalk at the Harbour Lights Hotel, Ochre offers the best waterfront dining, with views across the marina to forest covered mountains.

Ochre restaurant offers a broad range of dining experiences to suit the varied markets of the tourism industry. Offering alternatives for both group and FIT clients, the Ochre wishes to grow its reputation and service's to the tourism, conference and hospitality industry within Australia.

Craig Squire, renowned Australian chef, and owner of Ochre Restaurant aims to provide the visitor with the previously 'missing link' in the Australian experience, food. They specialise in Sustainable Australian Regional Produce where local produce equals low impact.

Over the last 22 years the Ochre has grown to be considered "a must" when visiting Cairns. Outstanding and unique menus feature over 30 different native foods and the best of local and national produce, offering visitors and locals the opportunity to experience creative native Australian cuisine using an abundance of fresh local seafood, meats, fruits and nuts.

Opening Hours

Season/DateDayOpening Hours
All yearDaily11:30am - 11pm
25 Dezember 2017Closed

Cuisine Types

Australian
Modern Australian
Native Australian

Price Range

Main over $30 (AUD)

Menus

Marlin Parade
Shop 6
, Gladstone Area
Queensland
Australia

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