Located on the shores of the Pacific Ocean, Mooloolaba Surf Club is an iconic local venue popular with the community and tourists alike. One of Australia’s oldest surf lifesaving clubs, Mooloolaba Surf Club was established in 1922 and is Queensland’s largest surf lifesaving club and Australia’s largest regional club. Mooloolaba Surf Club was also named Queensland’s Surf Life Saving Club of the Year in both 2009 and 2011.
The Mooloolaba Surf Club lives for the beach and the world class club house has been designed with that firmly in mind. Large window open out onto the deck bringing the outside in and letting the sights and sounds of the ocean air create a buzzing atmosphere and vibrant ambiance inside. The deck offers breathtaking coastline views stretching from Noosa in the north all the way to Point Cartwright in the south and is the perfect spot to enjoy a cold drink, coffee or a bite to eat.
Mooloolaba Surf Club boasts a great range of entertainment including live music, raffles and a gaming room as well as a well-stocked bar and an onsite restaurant. The bar offers an extensive range of local and imported beers as well as an excellent selection of wine and premium spirits, with bartenders ready to whip up your favourite cocktail.
The Boathouse Restaurant offers a delicious menu of classic meals and modern Australian cuisine including an all-you-can-eat carvery featuring roast beef, chicken, pork and lamb cooked to perfection. The Mooloolaba Surf Club also offers great coffee and cake for catch ups with friends. There is also some excellent sports and gaming facilities including40 poker machines, 12 big screen TVs showing the latest sporting matches as well as 4 big screen TVs dedicated to racing in the TAB and Keno facility.