Crest Birubi Beach
Located within the Birubi Point Surf Life Saving Club in Anna Bay, Crest Birubi Beach is a new destination venue for fine food, gatherings and events. The award winning designed building is perched at the northern end of the Stockton Bight with views across the Stockton Sand Dunes, Worimi Conservation Lands and beyond.
Boasting a picture perfect view, clear turquoise water and an endless sandy beach, you will not find a more stunning location in Port Stephens than Crest Birubi Beach. The sun soaked outdoor area, bright coloured furnishings and a modern menu that is all about simple fresh food makes for a relaxed dining experience.
The area is a known hotspot for watching migrating whales. Humpback & Southern Right whales can be seen from May to early August migrating to warmer northern waters returning August to December with their young. There is also a large resident dolphin population and plenty of local bird life.
If you are heading to the beach we have our kiosk for takeaway breakfast and lunch options like fish and chips or a burger.
Open for breakfast and lunch 7 days from 8am. No bookings taken for breakfast or lunch.
Dinner from 5.30pm Friday and Saturday. Dinner bookings are advised.
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Ranked #2 of 11 Restaurants in Anna Bay
TripAdvisor Traveller Reviews
"the food was great and atmosphere and views relaxing.. .piece of paradise ...Gods country And I live there" more »
"Superb setting overlooking Birubi beach with the rolling dunes behind. The food as superb as was the coffee. We ate the eggs Benny with smoked salmon and the mushrooms with feta. Highly highly..." more »
"We only found out about this new cafe under the surf club through a local, and what a hidden treasure it really is. We ate breakfast there twice and just watched the surfers catch the waves and a pod..." more »
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