Augstbryggo is a cosy and intimate quayside restaurant where the features seafood. Austbryggo, an old wharf to which fishermen once brought their catch, has been beautifully restored. Augustbryggo is a full product with accommodation and restaurant. In addition, Augustbryggo is a viewing center for fishing and aquaculture history in Herøy on Helgeland.
The menu varies according to the fresh catch available from our local supplier, Seløy Fisk. Also on the menu are meat and other dishes, as well as homemade cakes. In addition to great food and ambience, Augustbryggo Restaurant offers a magnificent view. There is also a playroom for the youngest guests. The venue may be booked for weddings, celebrations and private parties. Augustbryggo will gladly cater a buffet, cakes, or food for your trip. Conference facilities are available – equipped with presentation equipment and broadband. Augustbryggo is fully licensed.
"Edvardastua" is a charming, renovated Nordlandshouse with seating for up to 8 people. Bathroom with toilet and shower, sauna and large terrace. As well as Alfredstua, which is a simple standard house from the 1970's, with 5 bedrooms, living room/kitchen, toilet, bathroom and laundry room, garden/patio with seaview.
VISITORS CENTER - NO TOURS DURING THE SUMMER 2020
In the Helgeland region, salmon farming has been a growing industry for over 40 years. Augustbryggo Visitors Centre on Herøy offers many insights into Norwegian aquaculture and fisheries, highlighting their historical development right up to the present.
Augustbryggo Visitors Centre often makes tailored programmes for various group visits, be they school children, professionals or travellers from abroad.
Time: NO TOURS DURING THE SUMMER 2020
Indoor tours of the centre are offered daily throughout the summer. Visits to the outdoor facility are offered at 1 pm on Wednesdays and Fridays during the summer, and otherwise by appointment. When you book, the programme may be tailored to your group’s wishes.
Indoor exhibition: The old wharf, where fishermen once brought their catch, has been beautifully restored. Photographs, fishing gear and production equipment document a bygone era. A Canadian documentary film shows the pioneering fish-farming industry of Herøy in the 1970s. The visitor centre also offers conference facilities and meeting rooms.
Outdoor, there is a modern aquaculture facility. A knowledgeable guide explains the life cycle of the salmon, from spawn to fry, adult fish and salmon products. The guided tour highlights important factors and considerations for modern aquaculture.