Bar hot spots this summer in Moreton Bay Region

Local Tastes Entertainment & Nightlife

Posted 06 November

For the perfect place to catch up with friends or family for a few quick drinks at a cocktail bar Brisbane, the Moreton Bay Region offers a wide selection of boutique venues, exquisite, locally-sourced beverages, and mouth-watering meals. 

Cabana Bar + Terrace + Nightclub

Stocking a range of international and local wines, beers on tap and a full range of spirits, you could spend many an hour chatting with mates while enjoying views of the stunning Moreton Bay at the Mon Komo Hotel Cabana Bar & Terrace. The inviting atmosphere of live music, lounge and sofa seating, stand-up tables and incredible views of the Moreton Bay make it the perfect location for friends and family alike.

Looking for something a little rowdier? The Seabrae bar (named after the former Seabrae Hotel) offers plasma TV screens, live music and the best in sound and lighting for the evenings when it moonlights as a sophisticated nightclub.

Cocktail Balloons and Beer Towers

The Belvedere Hotel, known fondly by locals as the home of celebrations, boasts over 18 local and craft beers on tap along with Premium Wine on tap, with amazing Cocktail Balloons, Beer Towers and more unique drink choices. Make your pick and head to either the lounge for a comfortable and relaxed atmosphere or try the pavilion where you can access a 360-degree bar and café. With communal tables and smaller bar stool areas, the pavilion provides a myriad of seating options with full views out to the beach and Moreton Bay.

Lunch by Pumicestone Passage

Home to many a-great events such as the Strawberry Festival, the much anticipated For Shore Festival and Red Hot Summer Tour, Sandstone Point Hotel is also a place to kick back and relax. Dine in the terraced Alfresco area with the cool breeze flowing through Pumicestone Passage right in front of you or take your meal and drinks inside to the bistro. Bringing the kids along? Not a problem, there’s an additional outdoor seating area undercover or out on the grass under large beach-type umbrellas. This outdoor dining arrangement seats your close to the playground and petting zoo while still offering a cool sea breeze and stunning views of the passage.

Hall of Fame Inductee

The venue with it all. From accommodation, bars and dining, entertainment, gaming and tab, Eatons Hill Hotel has something for everyone. Boasting 9 bars under one roof, the most popular meet-up location is the Main bar where you can enjoy live music or sit back and relax in the adjoining lounge area in full view of the famous Fig Tree. Or maybe you’d prefer to crack a cold one and watch your favourite sport live on the Mega Screen in the Eatons Hill Beer Garden. Many say it’s the next best thing to being at the game!

Alternatively, if you and your mates are party animals, the Eatons Hill Nightclub is the place to be on a Friday or Saturday evening. Inducted into the hall of fame, the nightclub has won Queensland’s Best Entertainment Venue three years in a row.

Rooftop Views

The Sebel Margate is one of the newest accommodation providers to be established on the Redcliffe Peninsula. More than that, they double as an exceptional venue to host a group get together. With a host of amenities including free Wi-Fi, a beachfront bar and kitchen, a rooftop pool and terrace, plus free undercover parking – it’s the ideal spot for a weekend getaway. One of their recent additions is a rooftop bar, offering a one-of-a-kind beachside drinking experience. You must be a guest of the accommodation to utilise these facilities – but it’s worth it!



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Mark it in the diary!

Moreton Bay Food and Wine Festival will be returning in September 2019. So sign-up to the early alerts, follow the facebook page and book that hotel room in Redcliffe for the weekend of 14th and 15th September. 

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Looking for more things to do and see? Pop into one of the region's Accredited Visitor Information Centres, the volunteers have a wealth of local knowledge.

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