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Apollonian Hotel, BOREEN POINT, QLD

Apollonian Hotel
19 Laguna Street
4565
Rating: 
Your rating: None Average: 3.9 (19 votes)
Phone: 
(07) 5485 3100
Fax: 
(07) 5485 3499
About Apollonian Hotel: 

A grand old lady constructed in the heyday of the Gympie gold rush of the 1870's now situated at Boreen Point on the serene shores of Lake Cootharaba just north of Noosa Heads. With open fireplaces and wide cool verandahs, the Apollonian provides hearty hospitality seven days a week from 10 a.m. to 10 p.m.

The counter meal and a-la-carte menu provides a great variety of traditional country foods which extends to dishes such as kangaroo fillet, marinated emu, rabbit pie and crocodile.

Sunday lunch is a wood fired spit roast with live entertainment.

Guest accommodation is in a separate restored historic building providing 10 double rooms with communal day room and bathroom facilities.

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Reviews (1)

Sunshine Coast Celebrant-Michele Collins's picture
Sunshine Coast ...

Weddings at the Apollonian.

5
4 years 7 months ago

It's Boreen Point Celebrant Michele Collins sipping wine at the Apollonian Hotel on the weekend. What a perfect location for a wedding. Sweeping lawns perfect for lawn games and large shady trees to have your ceremony under. The historic buildings' tranquil, relaxed verandas or the more formal ballroom will cater for all wedding styles. The grounds have plenty of photo opportunities and limited accommodation away from the pub but still onsite. A true gem.

5
Service
Weddings at the Apollonian. - review image 1

Comments (2)

Brent's picture

Brent (not verified)

Dear sir/ madam
Looking for a price and availability for a party towards the second half of 2012.
I don't have an exact date planed yet,
Could you cater for an afternoon, full bar then evening dinner for forty.
Don't mind if it's under a marque outside or if you have a room.
Could you give me an idea about meal options (roast on a spit, set menu)
We can do weekdays if this is of any help.
Many thanks
Brent cockbain

Danielle Attwood's picture

Danielle Attwood (not verified)

i am looking at having my ceremony and reception at the hotel i would love to have the "sunday spit roast" as the reception dinner on the saturday night. looking at about 80 people. we can even have the ceremony on the sunday to in corperate the "sunday roast".

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