Newspaper article The Morning Bulletin (Rockhampton, Australia)

Rosslyn Shines after Makeover; New Head Chef and Motivated Staff Promise New Standards of Taste and Quality on the Capricorn Coast

Newspaper article The Morning Bulletin (Rockhampton, Australia)

Rosslyn Shines after Makeover; New Head Chef and Motivated Staff Promise New Standards of Taste and Quality on the Capricorn Coast

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IF you havenCOt visited Rosslyn Bay Resort in recent times, you probably wonCOt recognise it.

The resort and its well-known restaurant Beaches Bistro have undergone a massive transformation with a $250,000 exterior makeover.

Many of the units in the complex are also undergoing premium renovations.

Restaurant managers Kelly Field and Tanielle Clark are excited to see the change become a reality; from what the resort once was into a fresh and complete destination for Central Queenslanders.

C[pounds sterling]We believe Yeppoon deserves more inviting establishments where people can come and enjoy this beautiful location with a nice drink or healthy meal in a relaxed environment,C[yen] Kelly said.

C[pounds sterling]The renovations match our vision of the complex; they will bring up the scope of our corporate conferences and weddings by giving us a fresh face.

C[pounds sterling]All of our resort and restaurant guests will notice the difference and we hope it will bring people back who remember how great a complex this was when it first opened.C[yen]

In addition to the facelift of the resort and restaurant, the establishment welcomes the arrival of chef Michael (Mick) Nelson.

Joining forces with head chef Gerard Foster, Mick recently relocated to Yeppoon with the intention of introducing the CyfoodieCO culture of Victoria, which Central Queenslanders have been missing out on.

Mick has run his own restaurant in Melbourne and was head chef at a number of leading restaurants in Australia and abroad.

He has also had the opportunity to work with the likes of Guy Grossi, Bill Marchetti, John Jacques and Sue Rodell, who trained under celebrity chef Iain Hewitson.

Kelly and Tanielle said: C[pounds sterling]Mick has travelled and cooked extensively in South-East Asia and is the king of authentic Australian cooking with a spice of Asian fusion. …

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