SEAFOOD at the Crystalbrook Superyacht Marina will be nothing short of extravagant.

Fresh oysters, prawns and fish will be on offer as Port Douglas Carnivale celebrations continue with a Seafood Extravaganza “marina takeover” on Sunday.

Hemingway’s Brewery will join forces with Santiego Seafoods, Barbados, Lure and Preston Fresh Seafoods to reignite “the original” Carnivale Sunday seafood event.

Hemingway’s venue manager Chris Barber said the event will have a fun festival atmosphere, with lots to do.

“We have been able to bring back the original Seafood Extravaganza that is so loved by the locals to its former glory,” Mr Barber said. “Even if you don’t like seafood, there will be something for you here. It should be a good turn out, it’s a great event supporting local businesses. There will be plenty to keep the kids busy with Melville’s Petting Zoo and Hartley’s Reptile show, along with face painting, an ice-cream van and a fire engine. Non-stop live music, starting with Cairns acts Cam Kettle and Simon Harris, followed by The Lost Backpackers (Ireland) and The Lyrical (Brisbane).”

The extravaganza kicks off at the marina on Sunday at 12pm. Entry is free.