PICTURES: Hotel reopens after $2.2m renovation

Published 2:28pm 20 December 2021

Words by Nick Crockford

Bribie Island Hotel has officially re-opened after a $2.2 million dollar renovation.

The venue, on Sylvan Beach Esplanade, held a Grand Opening Weekend on December 17-19 with plenty of visitors checking out the new look.

It included a refreshed bistro, family-friendly beer garden with large lawn games and renovated gaming room, creating a family friendly hub.

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Chief Operating Officer Craig Ellison, from Australian Venue Co which operates Bribie Island Hotel, said the renovations aimed to showcase Bribie’s “island charm”.

“Bribie Island is a very special place, so we want to reflect that casual island charm, while offering locals the best experience with modern design, new activities and fresh food and drinks menus.” he said.

“We really listen to our locals. At the start of the renovation we did a customer survey to inform the changes we’d make.

“We invited a group of local residents and business owners in for dinner to preview the menu and get their feedback.

“It’s important to us to make sure we’ve built what the community want.”

For more information visit bribieislandhotel.com.au

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