Bangalay Dining will be launching their new menu offerings from June 4 following the notice that regional travel will be permitted from June 1st and restaurants will be able to host up to 50 people.
Travel restrictions have been lifted from the 1st of June. You’re finally free to escape isolation and head to the stunning South Coast for a change of scenery.
Bangalay Luxury Villas is the ultimate luxury getaway. The perfect blend of nature and the finer things in life. Relax with your own spacious fully self-contained retreat. Snuggle up by the fire with a bottle of local wine, or refresh, rejuvenate and reflect amongst pristine national park and miles of empty beaches.
Bangalay Dining is launching their new takeaway, home delivery and in-room dining menu – with a nod to the kitchen teams that trained under chef David Campbell at the Hungry Duck in Berry. Bangalay Dining head chef Brent Strong has drawn on the Asian fusion flavours mastered under Campbell and blended Bangalay Dining’s signature use of native ingredients to create a menu specially designed to travel well and cater for the locals who are wanting something new, fresh and exciting.
The safety and wellbeing of our guests is our top priority now and always. We are committed to delivering and maintaining the highest standards of cleanliness and hygiene.
Local businesses in the Shoalhaven are still feeling the impact of the most disastrous peek season in the region’s history. With the decrease in domestics & international travellers (corona/fires/floods/storms), corporates are stepping in to fill the gap and #MakeTravelMatter.
Bangalay Luxury Villas + Bangalay Dining have partnered with Empty Esky and AAT Kings Travel to create single and multi-day tours from Sydney to assist the recovery of the bushfire affected NSW South Coast economy.
Bangalay Luxury Villas located in Shoalhaven Heads on the NSW South Coast is thrilled to be introducing Aboriginal Cultural workshops designed for kids. Local owner Michelle Bishop, believes it’s important for our community to engender a connection with our local environment and it’s ancestors.