GEORGE’S Diner is hosting a 1950’s Rock n’ Roll dance night, on Saturday, May 27.
George’s Diner is an American 1950s themed restaurant situated within the Big 4 Tourist Park, at Conway Beach.
While just off the beaten track, it is still a must-see spot for tourists visiting the area.
The diner’s decor will transport you right back to the days of Danny Zuko, Sandy Olssen and Greased Lightening.
There are old school boomboxes and checked tiles, coupled with dated Coca-Cola posters and red leather booth seats, perfect for drinking your milkshakes and spiders with your mates.
Some diner classics include a great range of hamburgers, waffles and the old favourite, banana splits, as well as all the usuals and fresh salads.
Plus, there is an all-day breakfast menu.
The Rock n’ Roll dance night is sure to be a blast from the past, with classic 50s tunes and freshly made pizzas, starting from 5pm.
Guests can place their specially made pizza orders at reception by 12pm on the day.
Conway Beach is a small area, in between Cannonvale and Proserpine, about a 25 minutes’ drive from Airlie Beach.
It is known for great fishing and crabbing, and of course George’s Diner.
BIG4 Conway Beach Tourist Park is set on five tropical acres and was established around 35 years ago for the fishermen in the area.
In the past 10 years, it has undergone some major improvements and today is a favourite stop for tourists visiting the area.
Families with small children are fully set with the brand-new water splash park, water slide, jumping pillows and the famous Conway Beach Express train ride.
And with the beach only 200 metres away, there is so much to keep the kids entertained.