Gold Coast venues that are temporarily closing during the COVID-19 outbreak
Gold Coast venues that are temporarily closing during the COVID-19 outbreak

Gold Coast venues that are temporarily closing during the COVID-19 outbreak

As of midday Monday March 23, the federal Government has forced the closure of all pubs, clubs, cinemas, casinos, nightclubs, indoor places of worship, gyms and indoor sporting venues. Restaurants and cafes will be allowed to operate, but only to offer takeaway and delivery services. That doesn’t mean that every local business you know and love is going to magically switch to takeaway and delivery – for some, this is not feasible. Unfortunately, the current COVID-19 outbreak is causing a number of temporary closures throughout the Gold Coast’s hospitality, arts and events industries. We want to keep you informed during this time, so we will be updating this list as much as possible to convey these temporary closures as we hear of them.

Baskk, Kirra
Bar 11, Southport
BBQ Bazaar
, Burleigh Heads
Black Angus Bar & Grill, Surfers Paradise
Burleigh Bar & Bites, Burleigh Heads
Burleigh Brewing Taphouse, Burleigh Heads
Cafe D’bar, Coolangatta
Cardamom Pod, Southport and Broadbeach
Cocktails Nightclub, Surfers Paradise
Currumbin Hotel, Currumbin
Craft House, Tugun
Dulcie & Edna, Banora Point
Eddie’s Grub House, Coolangatta
Fig & Frankies, Broadbeach
Forreal Kitchen, Nobby Beach
Fleet, Brunswick Heads
Gallura Italian, Tweed
Gotham Grill and Rooftop, Runaway Bay
Goukai Ramen, Burleigh Heads
Hachi Japanese, Palm Beach (Nobby Beach remains open)
Halcyon House and Paper Daisy, Cabarita
Harajuku Gyoza, Broadbeach
Hideaway Kitchen & Bar, Broadbeach
HOTA precinct, Bundall
House of Brews, Surfers Paradise
Jamie Oliver’s Pizzeria, Broadbeach
Keller Bar, Surfers Paradise
Last Night on Earth, Southport
Lockwood, Burleigh
Locura, Byron Bay
Miami Marketta, Miami
Moo Moo, Broadbeach
Moxy’s Rooftop Bar, Coolangatta
Mr., Nobby Beach
Mr Hizola’s, Burleigh Heads
Next Door Espresso, Burleigh Heads (Tweed location remains open)
Nightcap Nobby Beach
Nightjar Burleigh Heads
Paddock Bakery, Miami
Pepé Italia, Burleigh Heads (Palm Beach remains open)
Ristorante Fellini, Main Beach
Roosevelt Lounge, Broadbeach
Stairwell Coffee, Surfers Paradise
Supernatural Cellars, Byron Bay
St Elmo, Byron Bay
Stable Coffee Kitchen, Currumbin/Tugun
Taboo Tiki, Surfers Paradise
The Arc, Nobby Beach
The Bavarian, Broadbeach, Coomera and Robina
The Doughnut Affair, Mermaid Beach
The Loose Moose, Broadbeach
The Paddock Bakery, Miami
The Scottish Prince, Palm Beach
The Star Gold Coast, Broadbeach (including all restaurants)
Vanitas, Main Beach
Vinnie’s Dive, Southport
White Rhino, Surfers Paradise
Willow Dining, Burleigh Heads
Ze Pickle, Burleigh Heads
8 Street, Harbour Town

On a far more positive note, the majority of Gold Coast restaurants, bars and cafes are doing their best to stay open in some capacity, shifting their operations to takeaway and delivery in compliance with new federal government advice. Head to this running list (which we’re updating regularly) for a full rundown of who is doing what. As always, if you have anything to add, please email us at [email protected]

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