If you plan on creating a big feast at home this summer, these are the places to get your fresh seafood on the Sunshine Coast right now.
Fisheries On The Spit
Fisheries On The Spit is pumping out hot food, takeaway alcohol and fresh seafood, so you can grab your crispy piece of fish and take it across the road to enjoy with your feet in the sand, or head straight home to cook up that epic seafood recipe you’ve been hanging to try.
Mooloolaba Fish Market
Hunting for the best seafood on the Sunshine Coast without having to drop a line yourself? Mooloolaba Fish Market have the best reputation in the region for dishing up the freshest of seafood, straight off the trawler. So, if mouth-watering Mooloolaba King Prawns are a non-negotiable, this is the spot to head to.
Noosa Junction Seafood Market
The go-to for those looking around Noosa for fresh seafood on the Sunshine Coast, Noosa Junction Seafood Market is open for all your feasting needs. Flaunting Mooloolaba King Prawns, local yellow fin tuna or snapper, Tassie salmon and so much more, we suggest throwing in some of their mini sustainably-sourced fish cakes for a treat.
Noosaville Fish Market
Load up on fresh fish, Moreton Bay bugs and lobsters at the Noosaville Fish Market. From fish portion sizes for your convienience to lobsters, bugs and a whole lot more, you'll definitely find something fresh and delicious to cook up on the barbecue and then some.
Seafood Market @ Caloundra
Seafood-lovers around the southern end of the Sunshine Coast, make a dash into the Seafood Market @ Caloundra for all the freshest eats. Serving up their full range of both cooked and fresh seafood, you’ll find prawns, Heervey Bay scallops, mud crabs and a whole lot more!
Pt. Cartwright Seafood Market
Working with their own trawlers, crabbers, reef and net fisherman to ensure a constant supply for you, you can't get much fresher than Pt. Cartwright Seafood Market. Live South Australian Lobsters local mud crabs, local spanner crabs and Coffin Bay oysters, straight from their salt water tanks.
Image credit: Mooloolaba Fish Market