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KIDS STAY AND EAT FREE
Make the most of Hamilton Island’s family-friendly restaurants and cafés
While all Hamilton Island Holiday Homes have great self-catering kitchen facilities, you may also want to enjoy some of the island’s renowned restaurants and cafes throughout your stay.
If you’re travelling with kids, and staying at any Hamilton Island Holiday Home, don’t forget to take advantage of our Kids Stay and Eat Free offer.
This means that children up to 12 years can eat free in participating restaurants when dining with their family and choosing from the kids’ menu.
You will simply be asked to display your holiday home key lanyard when paying your bill.
Offering mouth-watering South-East Asian cuisine, a sleek contemporary interior, and amazing views, coca chu is one of the most exciting places to eat on Hamilton Island.
Fun and family-friendly, Manta Ray serves up delicious pizza, seafood, meat dishes, from morning until late.
Overlooking the swimming pool at the Reef View Hotel, the Pool Terrace restaurant serves buffet breakfast, lunchtime snacks and a la carte evening meals.
Sails overlooks the picturesque Catseye Beach, and is the perfect spot to enjoy breakfast, lunch or dinner, taking in the beautiful view.
The latest incarnation of Hamilton Island’s concept restaurant on Front Street, TAKO brings a taste of regional cuisine from the four corners of Mexico, with a Japanese and Korean twist.
After you’ve enjoyed everything that Wild Life Hamilton Island has to offer, the whole family can relax in the park’s café.
Also, don’t forget that there are plenty of great, inexpensive takeaway options for families down at the Hamilton Island Marina. The Hamilton Island General Store has all the staples you’ll need for your stay, and our Hamilton Island Online Grocery Store service is picked and packed at the Bowen Supa IGA store and delivered to the Island (simply place the order before you arrive).
We also recommend making your restaurant bookings early - if possible, before you arrive, to avoid disappointment.