The heart of Alexander Headland

From stunning evening meals.

Alex Surf Club, situated in the heart of Alexandra Headland, embodies the quintessential Australian beach lifestyle. With its breathtaking views of the ocean and pristine sands stretching as far as the eye can see, the club is a hub of activity for locals and visitors alike.

At the heart of Alex Surf Club lies its renowned restaurant, where patrons can indulge in a culinary journey inspired by fresh, locally sourced ingredients and innovative recipes. From succulent seafood platters to sizzling steaks grilled to perfection, the menu caters to diverse tastes and dietary preferences, ensuring a memorable dining experience for every guest.

Down at the beachfront is the charming Kiosk, a casual dining spot offering a selection of light bites and refreshments. Perfect for a quick snack or leisurely lunch, the Kiosk serves up delicious sandwiches, salads, and freshly brewed coffee, providing beachgoers with sustenance as they soak up the sun and surf.

As the day transitions into evening, the atmosphere at Alex Surf Club becomes more vibrant with the opening of its bar. Patrons can unwind with a cold beer or signature cocktail while enjoying live music and the company of friends. With a diverse range of beverages available, including local craft brews and premium wines, there’s something to satisfy every palate.

Whether seeking a hearty meal, a quick bite, or a relaxing drink by the beach, Alex Surf Club offers the perfect setting to unwind and enjoy the laid-back charm of the Sunshine Coast. With its warm hospitality, stunning ocean views, and delicious fare, it’s no wonder that the club remains a beloved destination for locals and tourists seeking an authentic taste of coastal living.

Any closer to the beach… you’d have sand in your togs.

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