The Boat Works
WATERFRONT RESTAURANT REVIEW
THE GALLEY overlooking the water with its rustic marine theme opened for breakfast and lunch.
Great place to pull in for a sit-down meal or takeaway.
Rowans favourite is the Morten Bay Bug Roll or Thai Beef Salad
Always check the specials too which never disappoint
Espresso Twenty5 is in the southwestern corner of The Boat Works. Espresso Twenty5 doesn’t have the scenery of water but instead has Tony Longhursts Car museum Garage 25 named after his racing number.
With a fresh menu each day and coffee by Byron Bay Coffee Company it’s a busy place on weekends with regular car enthusiasts clubs meeting to show off their vehicles.
Rowan’s favourite is the Lamb Salad with halloumi on top.
You can now even get a haircut or massage at Hair Works Barber and Massage right next door to Garage 25.
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With the Axopar 22 in tow, Joe and Bianca took to the open road to explore this stunning Marine Park from the comfort of their own vessel.