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Wednesday, February 24, 2010

Daydream Island’s guests will dine on the freshest coral trout, top quality tuna and Spanish mackerel in the Whitsundays after the resort became the first in the region to gain access to a commercial fishing license.

“Instead of waiting a couple of days for our fish to be delivered by suppliers on the mainland, we decided to simply go out and catch our own,” said Daydream’s newly appointed Executive Chef Josh Job.

“Now that we have our own private fish supply, our guests can literally order their own fish and watch our chefs prepare their meal just hours later. Fresh fish really does taste amazing; the flesh is plump to touch and the skin is nice and punchy. It literally falls apart and melts in the mouth.”

One of Mr Job’s personal favourites is coral trout served on a bed of traditional Thai salad with Nam Jim dressing, including a dash of garlic, ginger, chilli, coriander root and lemon juice.

 

Thursday, February 04, 2010

Daydream Island Resort and Spa is celebrating the birth of three shark pups to Bonnie, the largest blacktip reef shark at the resort’s Living Reef lagoon. 

The pups, each measuring approximately 59cm long, have become the first known blacktip reef sharks ever to be seen born in an open air aquarium like Daydream Island’s.

 

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