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Tane is set to boast a stylish tribal theme and reportedly a sanctuary for those seeking an authentic high-energy atmosphere when it launches in early march

Gold Coast’s newest nightlife destination Tane is coming soon

Tane is set to boast a stylish tribal theme and reportedly a sanctuary for those seeking an authentic high-energy atmosphere when it launches in early march

Nightlife lovers are set for a new immersive experience coming to one of Surfers Paradise’s most iconic nightspot sites.

Named after the Polynesian God of forests and birds, Tane is set to boast a stylish tribal theme and reportedly a sanctuary for those seeking an authentic high-energy atmosphere when it launches in early march on the back of the $1.5 million dollar redevelopment.

Hallmark Group General Manager Cade Hopman said Tane would be a unique blend of commercial house music, state-of-the-art lighting and sound and exotic cocktails that not only taste great but will look great on Instagram.

“After months of planning and a significant financial investment, Tane is ready to announce itself as the upmarket but accessible venue the Gold Coast has been waiting for,” he said. 

“With outgoing and passionate staff keen to ensure an unforgettable atmosphere and a stunning fit-out that speaks of nature, birds and Gods, we will provide our customers with an escape from the usual. 

“Today’s partygoers want an experience when they head out and that’s what they will find when they enter the kingdom of Tane in the heart of Surfers Paradise.” 

Gold Coast Magazine
Gold Coast Magazine

Our in-house team and affiliates bringing you the latest in Culture, Lifestyle and Entertainment from around the globe and the great stories of the Gold Coast

Tane Godl Coast
Tane is set to boast a stylish tribal theme and reportedly a sanctuary for those seeking an authentic high-energy atmosphere when it launches in early march

Gold Coast’s newest nightlife destination Tane is coming soon

Tane is set to boast a stylish tribal theme and reportedly a sanctuary for those seeking an authentic high-energy atmosphere when it launches in early march

Nightlife lovers are set for a new immersive experience coming to one of Surfers Paradise’s most iconic nightspot sites.

Named after the Polynesian God of forests and birds, Tane is set to boast a stylish tribal theme and reportedly a sanctuary for those seeking an authentic high-energy atmosphere when it launches in early march on the back of the $1.5 million dollar redevelopment.

Hallmark Group General Manager Cade Hopman said Tane would be a unique blend of commercial house music, state-of-the-art lighting and sound and exotic cocktails that not only taste great but will look great on Instagram.

“After months of planning and a significant financial investment, Tane is ready to announce itself as the upmarket but accessible venue the Gold Coast has been waiting for,” he said. 

“With outgoing and passionate staff keen to ensure an unforgettable atmosphere and a stunning fit-out that speaks of nature, birds and Gods, we will provide our customers with an escape from the usual. 

“Today’s partygoers want an experience when they head out and that’s what they will find when they enter the kingdom of Tane in the heart of Surfers Paradise.” 

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Gold Coast Magazine

Gold Coast Magazine

Our in-house team and affiliates bringing you the latest in Culture, Lifestyle and Entertainment from around the globe and the great stories of the Gold Coast