Birds Fish Bar at Bowen Fishermans Seafood Co

Bowen, Whitsunday Area

Bowen Fishermans Seafood Company Pty Ltd are a small family owned and operated seafood wholesale and retail business, who have been supplying Australia wide and exporting seafood internationally for over 30 years.

Bowen Fishermans Seafood are also active in the local community sponsoring and supporting charity events, sporting teams and schools.

With four generations of experience in the industry Bowen Fishermans Seafood specialises in providing the freshest locally caught Seafood including Coral Trout, Red Throat Emperor, Spanish Mackerel, Barramundi, Bugs, Tiger Prawns, Banana Prawns and Mud Crabs.

Bowen Fishermans Seafood have recently expanded to include “Birds Fish Bar” offering cooked to order local fresh seafood unloaded from their boats daily and their newly renovated outdoor eating area providing undercover seating to enjoy your fresh fish and chips with a beer or wine BYO situated behind the co-op overlooking the Beautiful Bowen Marina.

Opening Hours

Season/DateDayOpening Hours
All yearMonday8:30am - 8pm
Tuesday8:30am - 8pm
Wednesday8:30am - 8pm
Thursday8:30am - 8pm
Friday8:30am - 8pm
Saturday8:30am - 8pm
Sunday11am - 8pm

Cuisine Types

Seafood

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