Renovation work starts on Caboolture motel

Published 6:00am 16 October 2022

Renovation work starts on Caboolture motel
Words by Nick Crockford

A $1.8 million renovation has started to modernise the Sundowner Hotel Motel, in Caboolture.

The revamp began on Monday and will add a new gaming lounge and transform the sports bar to create a local waterhole for sports lovers to watch games.

Renovations, at the motel on Aerodrome Rd, will create a new kids’ outdoor play zone for families, in addition to modernising the existing bistro.

Renovation work starts on Caboolture motel

Operator Australian Venue Co hopes the renovations will put Sundowner Hotel Motel on the map as an inviting destination in the area.

“We've been lucky to be part of the local community in Caboolture for a while now, and for us a big part of that spirit lies in bringing people together,” Craig Ellison, Chief Operating Officer of Australian Venue Co, said.

“That's what we want to create here - a classic Queensland pub, offering value to locals, bringing together friends and families”

Renovation work starts on Caboolture motel

“These renovations welcome a brand-new chapter for the pub. We're looking forward to sharing the refreshed spaces at the new and improved Sundowner Hotel Motel later this year."

Sundowner Hotel Motel is due to reopen in December 2022.

Work will start on the bistro and gaming room in coming months, however, both areas will remain open and will operate as usual.

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