Southport Yacht Club open for business

After months of closure owing to the COVID-19 pandemic, Southport Yacht Club will re-open this Friday, 5th June.

New revised Government restrictions allow the club to open based on 20 people per room/defined area, while still applying the 'one person per four square metres' rule as per the COVID-19 dining guidelines.

This will mean the Waterfront Restaurant, in Main Beach, can now open for up to 60 patrons for each of the two lunch and two dinner seatings, all while overlooking the club’s marina and beautiful Gold Coast Broadwater.

The club is also offering a two-hour ‘cocktail style’ tapas seating in its newly refurbished 4Shore Bar from 1530 on Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays. 

The diversity of the club’s many outdoor areas ensures that patrons will be in one of the healthiest and safest environments in the wake of the Coronavirus.

Stringent disinfecting and cleaning has been in place over the past four weeks. With all staff now training for COVID Safe certification, and contractors on hand to ensure the club is heavily sanitised, carpets steamed cleaned, bars scrubbed and furniture pressure cleaned and sterilised. On top of this, the club has a COVID-19 Plan in place and is undergoing disinfectant fogging four times a day. 

General Manager Brett James says, “I believe the club is a haven for our patrons due to the open outdoor environment, it is the most secure place to dine in this uncertain time. The club has taken every precaution to ensure our members and the public wellbeing is of utmost priority’.

To book call +61 7 5591 3500 or online

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