Elizabeth Quay’s newest dining experience opens tomorrow in the heritage listed Florence Hummerston Kiosk located on the island.
The landmark building has been transformed into Isle of Voyage, a 250-seat, family-friendly restaurant with indoor and outdoor dining options as well as a bar and general store.
Owners Michael Campion and Barbara Hacker have amassed a loyal following at Sorrento’s Voyage Kitchen and bring a menu reflecting the same passion for nourishing, seasonal and locally sourced food to Isle of Voyage.
Diners can enjoy early morning coffees, a lunch break with colleagues or dinner and cocktails with friends while enjoying spectacular views of the Swan River and Perth city skyline.
Planning Minister Donna Faragher said Isle of Voyage was an exciting new venue, the fourth food and beverage outlet to open at Elizabeth Quay, and an important step in the precinct’s evolution as one of Perth’s premier dining and entertainment locations.
“Today Elizabeth Quay is a major visitor destination with an enticing program of events and attractions to keep visitors entertained night and day, that is rapidly becoming a significant economic driver for Western Australia,” Minister Faragher said.
Isle of Voyage and the other dining operators at Elizabeth Quay — V Burger Bar, Gusto Gelato and The Reveley — can currently cater for more than 600 patrons and all have reported strong trade since opening.
Elizabeth’s Quay’s newest venue will be open seven days a week, for breakfast, lunch and dinner. For more information visit Isle of Voyage's website.