Bush tucker is Australian terminology for the huge variety of herbs, spices, fruits, flowers and animals that are native to Australia. Aborigines have been eating bush tucker for 50,000 years and it is now developing into an interest with local restaurants Australia over seeking “new” tastes and combinations.
Breakfast is held each Wednesday, Friday and Sunday. 8:30am to 10am.
$32 per person
(There is a small charge of $18 if you would like to hold and cuddle a koala, which includes a souvenir photo)
Our local rangers will guide you through the events of the morning.
The chef cooked breakfast is set within a unique purpose built setting amongst native trees and a setting typical to outback Australia. During the course of the morning you will be able to cook your toast over the fire, make jaffles and cook them in the burning coals as well as being greeted by native Australian animals including Koala’s, crocodiles and snakes. Your breakfast experience includes:
Aussie campfire – toast over hot coals Lamb loins encrusted with outback spices
Local mackeral infused with lemon myrtle
Pancakes served with native Rosella jam
Bacon and eggs
Beef sausages with bush tomato chutney
Toad in the hole (Aussie version of egg cooked in bread)
Fresh local fruits
Cereals and toast
Fresh filter coffee and tea
Fresh fruit juices
You can experience this amazing breakfast with the Koalas three days per week at Bungalow Bay Koala Village. Meet the ranger at 8:30am sharp at reception for the start of your Aussie Breakfast experience