SPECIAL COVID-19 ANNOUNCEMENT: VENUES CLOSED, TAKEAWAY AND DELIVERY STILL AVAILABLE!

Dear visitors, As you may have heard recently, due to the COVID-19 Corona Virus Pandemic spreading across Australia, the Federal Government announced that as of 23 March 2020, all Pubs, Clubs, Restaurants, Cafes and basically all venues across the nation have been closed until further notice. We note this closure DOES NOT apply to delivery and takeaway options, so most of the venues on our site will still be offering ways for you to enjoy their delicious menus. Please support our national dining industry and be sure to check with your favourite venues, what options they have available.

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Ayr

Situated on the north side of the mighty Burdekin River, 85 kilometres south of Townsville, the prosperous rural community of Ayr is the main town in the Burdekin Shire. This is prime sugar country, with about 80,000 hectares of land under sugar cane, and an annual production of about 1.25 million tonnes of raw sugar. The district also contributes one-third of the nation's mango harvest and is a major producer of melons and many other fruit and vegetable varieties. Nearby is Alva Beach, offering miles of unspoilt sandy coastline and is a popular spot for beach fishing, birdwatching and windsurfing. It's also a close launching point for a dive tour to the world famous dive wreck, the 'SS Yongala'. Yongala is Australia’s largest and most intact historic shipwreck and gives you the opportunity to come face to face with the charismatic mega marine life of the world heritage Great Barrier Reef Marine Park. The Burdekin sits on a vast natural aquifer which is artificially replenished with water from the Burdekin River. A rich network of creeks and mangrove lined estuaries make the area a mecca for fishing and crabbing. The Burdekin is a known hotspot for fighting fish, the barramundi, as well as estuary species such as mangrove jack and trevally. From Queensland.com
Chill Parlour Cafe and Coffee
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139-141 Queen Street
Ayr 4807
Australia

We are a family run cafe, established in 2012 on the main street in Ayr. We pride ourselves on... Continue reading...