Arkarra Tea Gardens

Dundowran Beach, Fraser Coast Area

Price Range * Dinner under $20 (AUD)

The name Arkarra - meaning "place of many ducks", was given to the lagoons by Butchulla Aboriginal Elder, Aunty Olga Miller.

Arkarra Tea Gardens is a relaxing café set on two acres of beautifully landscaped gardens.

Lose yourself for a while sipping locally roasted espresso coffee, quality T2 teas or a glass of wine in your own Bali Hut as you listen to the local birdlife. Indulge in their homemade sweet treats or a scrumptious lunch made by our gourmet chef.

They have a great selection of gluten free and vegetarian meals as well as catering for the little ones. Let our happy friendly staff serve you and give you a wonderfully memorable experience.

There is plenty of scenery to enjoy as you let the world slip away.

When you are refreshed consider going for a short walk around the adjoining Arkarra lagoons and take in even more of the natural beauty with extensive bird life and turtles . There is something for the whole family .

Come and see why it is the worth the short drive to visit them at Arkarra Tea Gardens.

Opening Hours

Season/DateDayOpening Hours
All yearMonday8am - 3pm
Tuesday8am - 3pm
Wednesday8am - 4pm
Thursday8am - 4pm
Friday8am - 4pm
Saturday8am - 5pm
Sunday8am - 5pm

Cuisine Types

Bistro/Cafe/Deli

Price Range

Mains under $20 (AUD)
32 Panorama Drive
Dundowran Beach, Fraser Coast Area
Queensland
Australia

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