After closing earlier last year to undergo renovations, the Coomera Lodge Hotel has re-opened with a new look after the 3 million dollar transformation.

Having served the local community since 1885, the pub was ready for a new look and feel and has undergone a modern makeover; the pub’s unique design makes the most of the natural surroundings, incorporating natural stone, concrete, and exposed brick lush greenery and warm timbers.

The venue’s bistro now caters for 150 patrons; the Sports Bar holds a further 60, and the venue’s three outdoor spaces, including the weatherproofed and open-air areas cater for a further 448 guests.

The outdoor areas now cater for all those important occasions; enjoy the perfect Queensland weather to enjoy alfresco drinking and dining. One of the new outdoor spaces, The Perch, has been named after resident cockatoos Sammy and Biscuit.

Coomera Lodge Hotel re-opens after Multi-Million dollar renovation

The kids are well looked after, with a brand new play area being the biggest in the area, just outside the bistro so adults can socialise and enjoy a tipple with mates whilst watching the kids.

The bistro also is serving up a new dining menu, designed to champion quality and affordability while serving up those Queensland classics we all know and love, with burgers and a large grill selection and the wood-fired smoker also serving up some tasty options.

Coomera Lodge Hotel Venue Manager Shannon O’Donnell-Slattery is excited to share the new look venue with guests.

“Coomera Lodge Hotel has been a favourite watering hotel for travellers, weekenders and locals alike, and now it is being re-established as a destination for everyone.

“With the original charm of the venue, the renovation has brought the pub into the current day while acknowledging its heritage. The new-look pub will be a destination for family lunches, Sunday sips and celebrations.”

So head on down and check out the new look Coomera Lodge Hotel Today

Coomera Lodge Hotel re-opens after Multi-Million dollar renovation
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