RiverFeast Bundaberg | RiverFeast will come alive on Friday nights with an array of internationally inspired foods, beer and wine with a spectacular view of the Burnett River
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WHAT’S GOOD TO EAT?
Let your tastebuds explore our food stalls – there are so many good things to try!
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Here’s 3 vendors (selected randomly) to get you started! Tap on each picture for more details.

  • German Sausage Man

  • Sweet & Sour Logo web

    Sweet & Sour Bundy

  • Bundy burger co web

    The Bundy Burger Company

German Sausage Man

John Davis

About German Sausage Man

A curiosity of cooking lead John into his german sausage business eight years ago and he hasn’t looked back.

Always a winner at any event or festival and a popular one at RiverFeast, the German sausage smell lures you into the food hall from outside on a Friday night.

What they sell?

Variety of german sausages (kransky, knackwurst, wurst) on fresh rolls with mustard, saukeraut and other sauces.

Local?

Fresh rolls are sourced from Targo St Bakery

Where you can find them?

From Hervey Bay to Rockhampton and everywhere inbetween at most major events and festivals and a regular at RiverFeast each week.

Available for catering/private functions?

Please get in touch with John regarding your function.

  • 0427 004 319
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Sweet & Sour Bundy

Mark and Leanne Fagg

About Sweet & Sour Bundy

Mark and Leanne Fagg sell sweet and sour liquorice straps and confectionary.  There is a great mix of original favourites as well as new and exciting flavours being added regularly.

What they sell?

Sweet and sour liquorice with popular flavours like Sour Rainbow and Purple Grape as well as Sweet Rainbow, Red Raspberry, and Strawberries and Cream.  We also have a range of Tubs to choose from.

Local?

Yes! Sweet & Sour Bundy is a locally owned and operated business.

Where can you find them?

Sweet & Sour Bundy are regularly at RiverFeast, as well as local markets and major events throughout the Bundaberg region.

  • 0422510935
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The Bundy Burger Company

Chris & David

About The Bundy Burger Company

David and Chris from The Bundy Burger Company are passionate foodies.  All of their food goes through a long development process while qualified chef David experiments and tweaks! They love coming up with original ingredient combinations and other twists and takes on the classic burger.

What they sell?

Original burgers made fresh to order! They offer a seasonal menu of mouth watering  meat and vegetarian burgers. They even have dessert burgers! David will even individually prepare gluten free burgers and is always happy to accommodate other allergies.

Local?

The Bundy Burger Company celebrates everything local from our region, they source where ever they can fresh local produce and use local suppliers as often as possible.

Where can you find them?

The Bundy Burger Company is regularly at RiverFeast.

Available for catering or private functions?

Yes! The Bundy Burger Company would be delighted to bring their fully licensed and mobile kitchen to your next event or function. From their extensive event experience they can create any menu to suit your tastes and event.

  • 07 4154 8771
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WHAT’S ON
FRIDAY EVENTS
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Every Friday from 4pm to 10pm
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