Visiting Maryborough, Queensland? Where can I dine?
Maryborough has a variety of excellent cafés, restaurants, pubs, clubs and coffee shops offering choices from many different cuisines Australian, Chinese, Thai, Indian.... and more.
Maryborough can treat you to fine dining and unique dining experiences, a la carte and gourmet restaurants. There is fabulous food for breakfast, lunch, morning and afternoon tea, the freshest highest quality coffees, delicious espresso and cappuccino. And when you're in a hurry – 'take-away'.
Whilst in Maryborough, visit the Maryborough Portside district that runs from the Brolga Theatre, along the Mary River to the Marina, and extends out to parts of Kent, Bazaar and March Streets in the CBD.
Take time to browse the Maryborough Heritage City Market, held in the CBD every Thursday in Adelaide and Ellena Steets. There are a variety of stalls including, arts and crafts, local produce, plants, clothes and jewellery.
Maryborough was first settled in 1847 and is one of Queensland's oldest cities. It was the second most important port after Sydney in the days of the early colony.
Much of that heritage remains – discover it all!