Regatta Hotel

Regatta Hotel in Toowong

Regatta Hotel in Toowong

The Regatta Hotel is an historic hotel located on the corner of Coronation Drive and Sylvan Road in Toowong, Brisbane, Australia. It faces the Brisbane River and is a three storey hotel which also contains accommodation on the upper two floors with a public bar and lounge area on the ground floor.

The pub has been progressively renovated between 2001-2004 and converted into trendy modern bars and nightclubs.

The pub is famous for a protest which took place in the public bar in 1965 when two women, Merle Thornton (mother of Australian actress Sigrid Thornton) and Rosalie Bognor, chained themselves to the bar in protest of public bars in Queensland being restricted to men only.

Address: 543 Coronation Drive, Toowong, Qld, 4066

Phone: (07) 3871 9595

Regatta Boatshed in Toowong

Regatta Boatshed in Toowong

Boatshed Restaurant: (07) 3871 9533
Regatta Street Cafe: (07) 3871 9520
Functions Department: (07) 3871 9504 or 3871 9541

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Website: Link (opens in new window)

Room Capacities: Visit this link to see how many people each function room can hold!

History:

The Regatta Hotel is classified by the National Trust of Queensland and was entered in the Queensland Heritage Register in 1992. The Regatta Hotel has also been entered into the Register of the National Estate of Australian Heritage Commission.

The Regatta has a fine selection of drink.

The Regatta has a fine selection of drink.

Have the Regatta Hotel come to you !

Have the Regatta Hotel come to you !

Regatta Ferry Terminal

Across the road from the Regatta Hotel is the Regatta Ferry Terminal.

Article courtesy Wikipedia.

Photos courtesy Sure Fire Web.