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Are you looking for a location to host your next function?

We have carefully restored, modernized, and reimagined The Beach House@SQ. With the latest decor and private booths for functions and events. No matter the size or style of your event, we have a variety of unique spaces to accommodate your needs. Experience the charm of our iconic location, which boasts a range of inviting spaces. Our alfresco over-looking the Hillary's Boat Harbour offers stunning views and is the perfect spot to enjoy a lunch or a dinner.

Our venue is perfectly suited for a variety of occasions. Whether you're celebrating a birthday, engagement, hens or bucks night, corporate function, or simply gathering with friends, The Beach House @SQ is the place to be.

Let The Beach House @ SQ host your next private events or function for a memorable occasion.

To inquire about your next event please fill out the below form.

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    Embracing the essence of reconciliation, The Beach House@SQ recognizes the Indigenous Custodians of territories across Australia, valuing their deep-rooted ties to the earth, ocean, and society. Our admiration extends to the Elders, both those who have passed and those who remain, and we continue this gesture of respect towards all Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander individuals of the present day.

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    The Beach House@SQ stands as a sanctuary devoid of prejudice, fostering an environment of universal acceptance. We value and honor the richness of our communities, welcoming individuals across the entire spectrum of cultures, faiths, social strata, gender identities, sexual orientations, ages, and abilities. Our unwavering commitment lies in crafting a secure and inviting environment that radiates warmth and inclusivity to all.

    © LICENSEE: Norfolk Hobbs Pty Ltd LICENCE NO: 638208553016 LICENCE TYPE: Tavern Restricted License WARNING: Under the Liquor Control Act 1988, it is an offence to sell or supply liquor to a person under the age of 18 years on licensed or regulated premises or for a person under the age of 18 years to purchase, or attempt to purchase, liquor on licensed or regulated premises.