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Beach visitors enjoy Somewhere to Eat

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Somewhere to Eat in Crawford Park, Bargara. Photo: Somewhere to Eat by the Beach Facebook

Bargara residents and visitors have been enjoying refreshments down by the beach with the introduction of a food van by local business Somewhere to Eat.

The business now calls Crawford Park, Kelly's Beach, home after being awarded the tender to operate in the area by Bundaberg Regional Council in March 2023.

Open Saturday and Sunday from 8 am to 4 pm, the team offer hot coffee, cold drinks, breakfast options and some beach snacks including chips, hot dogs, dim sims, potato scallops and more.

Posting to the Somewhere to Eat by the Beach Facebook page recently, the business welcomed the community to enjoy its offerings.

“We are so glad that we have the new tender down at Kelly’s Beach Crawford Park and can’t wait to see what the future holds,” the post read.

Crawford Park is a popular location with beachgoers, centrally located between Kelly’s Beach, Moneys Creek and Archie's Beach in Bargara.

Providing access to a food van is part of Bundaberg Council‘s commitment to enhancing its recreational spaces for the community to enjoy.

The food van permit is an opportunity for small local businesses to enhance its customer base.

The permit has been issued for an initial one-year period with the option for two additional years by mutual agreement between Council and the successful operator.

Find out more about the Somewhere to Eat by the Beach by visiting the Facebook page here.

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