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Reception Hours
Reception is manned 24 hours 7 days, with a dedicated receptionist at the desk from 7.00am to 9.00pm each day. The Club is closed for most Public Holidays and members are encouraged to inquire with Reception regarding operating hours.

Administration
The Accounts and Administration areas operate Monday to Friday 9.00am to 5.00pm.

 
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Breakfast
Full Breakfast is provided in the Dining Room from 7.00am to 9.00am Monday to Friday and Continental only Breakfast is available from 7.00am to 9.30am Saturday and Sunday.

Lunch
Formal lunch dining is provided in the Dining Room from 12.00pm to 2.00pm Monday to Friday.
A Casual lighter styled menu is available for casual lunch dining in the Bar and on the Veranda and Terrace from 11.00am to 3.00pm.

Dinner
Formal dinner dining is provided in the Dining Room from 6.00pm to 9.00pm Monday to Saturday. A Casual lighter styled menu is available for casual lunch dining in the Bar and on the Veranda and Terrace from 6.00pm to 9.00pm.

 

The Cellar
Located at the rear entrance to the Club, the Club Cellar contains an extensive range of wines and spirits. The Club has developed relationships with many fine wine suppliers, providing access to a wide range of boutique and ‘on premise only’ products that members would never come across in their local cellar. The Club would be pleased to try and track down that special case of wine for members or help with supply for their special occasions.

Operating hours for the Cellar are Monday to Friday 11am-6pm.

Accommodation
The Club’s accommodation is available seven days a week with the exception of public holidays.

Billiards Room
Located on Level 4 of Montpelier and named in honour of Australian cricketing great and Club Member of 61 years, FLTLT Bill Brown (1912-2008), the Bill Brown Room features a superbly maintained full-size table that is available for members and guests to enjoy a quite game of snooker or billiards.

 

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With a library atmosphere of peace and quiet together with comfortable armchairs, the Reading Room is a sanctuary to escape the bustle and catch up on some reading and current events. Australian newspapers, business magazines and publications along with a collection of old and new books are available for Members and guests to browse. A computer along with complimentary WIFI are also available. The minimum dress code of tailored slacks and business shirt are required for the Reading Room. Mobile phones and meetings are not permitted.

Club Closure

Unless otherwise advised the United Service Club Queensland facilities are closed on public holidays.