Byron foodie fave to open in Brisbane

In Travel News by The H4C Team

If you’re a Queensland foodie that hasn’t yet made the trip to Byron to visit Three Blue Ducks, life is about to get a whole lot sweeter for you. Crossing state borders, the famed Byron Bay eatery will open in the soon-to-be-launched W Brisbane this April.

W Brisbane is set to get its own Three Blue Ducks restaurant – sourced via

Known for its paddock-to-plate ethos and gourmet cuisine, TBD is set to impress diners as the hotel’s new signature restaurant. With a list of cookbooks to its name and overseen by acclaimed chefs Mark LaBrooy, Darren Robertson (of My Kitchen Rules fame) and MasterChef winner Andy Allen, the restaurant will offer a seasonal menu that celebrates Queensland and northern New South Wales produce. 

Many of TBD’s popular dishes will be available to order (including coal-roasted lamp with parsnip puree, burnt shallots and fresh peas; corn fritters with guacamole, fermented cabbage, herb salad, labneh and poached eggs; and crab scramble with green mango, bean shoot salad, house-made Sriracha and cashews) alongside new creations. And with refreshing cocktails, local craft beers and quality coffees on the drinks list, the latest venture from this Australian culinary icon is sure to be a winner with Queenslanders.

Three Blue Ducks is known for its sustainable ethos and gourmet fare – sourced via

W Brisbane will open in Brisbane’s North Quay on March 15, with Three Blue Ducks opening in April. To find out more about the hotel or the restaurant, visit the W Brisbane website here.