With a name like this, you know you’re in a place with Aussie rules. This bar/restaurant has all the nick-nacks for which Australia is famous from the plastic crocodile on the ceiling to the surfboard on the wall. Naturally, ice cold Fosters is available on draught (sorry, no Coopers) and a more relaxed, Down Under attitude can’t be found anywhere in this charming fishermen’s town. Boomerang is run by two locals who could learn a few things from the Australians, namely smiling. Order a Sally Crock (crocodile fillet) or a mixed Aboriginal grill, which presumably doesn’t actually include any pieces of Aborigines. You can also do as the locals do and try tasty fried sprinkhanen (grasshoppers), which isn’t on the menu.