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The Box on the Water

An absolute waterfront stunner, it is never a bad time to visit this chic gourmet outfit on the Central Coast. Drinking or dining at The Box on the Water brings a smile to the dial, no matter the time of day you catch up with friends to break bread or to toast each other. The Box on the Water boasts a plentiful and smartly designed lunch and dinner menu, serves generous and delicious casual dining at the kiosk counter and hearty and healthy weekend brunches. The Sunset Sips Menu – the name says it all – is also proved extremely popular on weekends. The architecturally designed and fine-looking dining room takes full advantage of the Ettalong Beach waterfrontage and views across Broken Bay. Whether driving here or taking a ferry from Palm Beach for a day trip, The Box on the Water is a gourmet experience well worth the trip.

  • Australian, Contemporary, Seafood
Opening Hours
  • Monday: 12 - 3pm, 6 - 9pm
  • Tuesday: 12 - 3pm
  • Wednesday: 12 - 3pm
  • Thursday: 12 - 3pm
  • Friday: 12 - 3pm, 6 - 9pm
  • Saturday: 8 - 11am, 12 - 3pm, 6 - 9pm
  • Sunday: 8 - 11am, 12 - 7pm
  • Outdoor Seating, Suitable for Functions, Suitable for Groups of 10, Water Views
Price Range
  • $$ ~ $$$
  • Fully Licensed (No BYO)
Ettalong Foreshore, The Esplanade, Ettalong Beach, NSW, 2257

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