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At 3.30PM you can watch or join in a Pelican feeding frenzy. Assorted waste from the fish markets are taken into the bay where the Pelicans have learned to hang out at about 2.59PM every day for some free food. Probably the main reason why The Entrance has become the Pelican capital of Australia.
They are bigger than you would imagine.
Updated Dec 12, 2006
Address: On the waterfront opposite The Entrance Tourist In
Phone: 1300 130 708
If you do not have a boat yourself, you can take advantage of the two boat hire places.
Hire a boat and go dolphin spotting.
We saw heaps of dolphins from the beach.
Both premises have boats available as well as bait, tackle and supplies so you can truly enjoy your day.
Written Jul 30, 2005
Address: The Entrance
Great outdoor beer garden and sitting and dining area. Enjoy the spectacular views of the channel. Great for people watching.
They sell "seafood baskets" which you would assume would be filled with fresh local seafood. Not the case. The seafood baskets they serve are cooked from frozen, heavily battered off cuts from the sea and are deeply deepfried. The steaks on the other hand are very good.
AUD$13 for a steak and salad.
Favorite Dish: Steak + salad.
A nice cold beer to wash it down.
Updated Aug 4, 2005
Address: 87 The Entrance Rd.
Phone: 02 4332 2001