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Local seafood available online and via drive-through

Grunske's by the River
Beryl Grunske showcases the fresh seafood on offer at Grunske's by the River.

Seafood lovers are now able to order locally caught prawns, fish and more from the comfort of their own home and via drive through thanks to Grunske’s By The River Seafood Market and Takeaway.

Quick action by the Grunske’s team is ensuring their customers won’t miss out on the freshest seafood in Queensland, with the introduction of online ordering and the ability to have customer orders delivered to their car, more than meeting the current Coronavirus restrictions.

“We wanted to still be able to provide our loyal customers with the fresh, delicious seafood we catch daily from our trawlers,” Operations Manager of Grunske’s By The River Seafood Market and Takeaway, Sian McDowell said.

“With the changes to the hospitality industry and the importance of social distancing, we made the decision to put our full Seafood Market menu online and deliver to our customers’ cars without them feeling concerned about exposure to the virus.”

And for those customers who wish, the store is still open for walk-ins, with social distancing limiting numbers in store.

The Seafood Market has received a positive response from the community regarding the new services.

“In these uncertain times, it’s great to see how quickly the tourism and hospitality industry is shifting their practices to continue to deliver their service and we congratulate the team at Grunske’s for implementing these measures, especially in time for Easter trade, keeping people in jobs, and food on our tables,” Bundaberg Tourism CEO, Katherine Reid said.

“Right across the Bundaberg Region we’re seeing clever and creative diversification of businesses, and as a community, we need to support those local businesses to keep going. Now is the time we can all make a difference.”

Find out more about Grunske's by the River here.



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