Nestled in rain-forest surrounds behind Flynn's Beach Resort, Blue Water Bar and Restaurant offers a great time for everyone. Just a short stroll away from the iconic Flynn's Beach in Port Macquarie this locally owned family venue is much more than a restaurant!

With an outdoor children's play area, open space dining and cheeky wildlife, you can enjoy a meal or just a drink in the lush tropical surrounds whilst the kids have fun.

Co-Owner Cheryl Pavey is an award winning chef, announced as Chef of the Year at the 2016 AHA awards. With a career of 20 years in the kitchen; Cheryl's passion for food is evident using produce from many local suppliers across the Mid North Coast to create meals her customers will love.

Blue Water Bar and Restaurant is also perfect function venue for celebrations such as weddings, engagements, birthdays and Christmas parties with beautiful outlooks and tasty menu selection. Cheryl and her team will make your function planning an easy process, assisting you from start to finish so your guests have an amazing time.

Open seven days from 12pm till late, they look forward to welcoming you to Blue Water Bar and Restaurant.

This listing was updated on 23/02/2019 by Blue Water Bar and Restaurant. Port Macquarie-Hastings Council accepts no liability for inaccuracies or errors in the above listing.

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