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Beerwah Hotel

Beerwah Hotel

53 Beerwah Parade
Beerwah 4519

Opening Hours
Mo-We: 10:00am-12:00am
Th-Sa: 10:00am-2:00am
Su: 10:00am-12:00am

The Local Pub on the Sunshine Coast

Whether you are looking for a fancy night out for your birthday dinner or a place to catch up with your mates and watch the game, the Beerwah Hotel has everything you need. From entertainment to dining, cold drinks and events, our standard is consistently high. Our focus is ensuring that our customers enjoy their experience, and we will do whatever we can to make your day.

“Great food, solid pricing, cold drinks, great service. We will be back.” - Bruce

A Variety of Menus

“Great food and service. Food was fast, fresh and fantastic!” – Simone

Hungry for a premium eye fillet steak with tiger coconut prawns? How about a mediterranean prawn and chicken pizza with red onion, capsicum, olives, hollandaise and parmesan? We proudly source fresh local food for your satisfaction. With a main menu, lunch menu and afternoon menu, we just know you’ll be back.

  • Sensational Local Seafood
  • Pizza (including Greek Chicken)
  • Grain Fed and Grass Fed Steak
  • Vegetarian and Vegan Selections
  • Thai Night
  • Burgers and Wraps
  • Gluten Free Options

“Sensational scallop and king prawn gnocchi. Jaw dropping yum and presentation.” – Jenni

Entertainment For All

The locals love it here, and holiday makers do too. Whether you are looking for a quiet dinner for two or a place to bring the whole family, we welcome everyone! Let your children enjoy our kids area while you relax in comfort. Try your hand at bingo or trivia. Join the spectators in the Sports Bar and barrack loudly even if your team has the wrong colour. Dance the night away on Fridays or enjoy a leisurely Saturday acoustic set.

“Lovely atmosphere.” – Christine

Don’t Wait! Come In And Enjoy

Go Local Hinterland Directory servicing the Glasshouse Mountains, Beerwah, Maleny, Landsborough, Peachester and surrounds.

"Glass House Mountains" photo by David Molloy