The RED EMPEROR in GYMPIE TERRACE IS OPEN FOR BUSINESS AS USUAL

Due to the new COVID-19 Government Mandated regulations we are now only able to provide takeaway meals.

All of our tables and chairs have been removed and whilst ordering in store, we respectfully request all of our customers abide by the Social Distancing rules both to protect other customers and our staff.

Over the next week we are going to start offering a home delivery service from Tewantin to Sunshine Beach for people who are self-isolating or who don't want to be out in public. This service will attract a $5 delivery fee to cover the costs of this service. Please be patient with us as it has to be properly set-up and staff trained so that the product that arrives at your door is of the best quality.

While it is very hard for our staff to practice Social Distancing at work with each other, they have been told that they must do it outside of work. At work they are all using Antibacterial Hand Wash, gloves and all surfaces are being cleaned with a strong industrial sanitiser. We are doing our best to protect both staff and customers.

We thank all of our customers for their continued patronage and look forward to the time when we are thru these uncharted waters.

Stay well from the team at the RED EMPEROR

Queensland Coastal Habitat

Queensland is Australia's second largest state but its most biodiverse. It has a land area of about 1.7 million km2 and a coastal marine territory of 122,000 km2, with a much larger adjacent Coral Sea Island Territory External that includes the Queensland and Marion Plateaus and their associated "seamounts" capped by coral reefs and atolls, covering an additional 780,000 km2 in area.

Queensland contains five terrestrial climatic zones ranging from temperate to tropical humid, and two marine climate zones inshore (tropical and subtropical). It also has 5 of Australia's 13 World Heritage Areas including the Great Barrier Reef, Wet Tropics and Gondwana Rainforests.

Queensland terrestrial environments are divided into 13 distinct regions (bioregions) differentiated on the basis of their broad landscape patterns such as geology, climate and the plants and animals that form them. These bioregions range from the arid desert uplands to the highly diverse wet tropical rainforests of far north Queensland.

The marine environments surrounding Queensland include 10 marine provinces and 14 of the 60 Australian marine bioregions External, with varied habitats ranging from mangroves to deep sea trenches and abyssal plane, and considered to be the most species-rich marine biome in Australia. These marine and terrestrial bioregions are divided further into numerous ecosystems and habitats.

source : www.qm.qld.gov.au

Fish of South East Queensland

Great Catching, Great Eating

Atlantic Salmon
Atlantic Salmon

Barramundi
Barramundi

Cod
Cod

Coral Trout
Coral Trout

Cuttlefish
>Cuttlefish

Dory
Dory

Pearl Perch
Pearl Perch

Red Emperor
Red Emperor

Salmon
Salmon

Snapper
Snapper

Sweetlip
Sweetlip

Whiting
Whiting