Imperial Hotel and Eumundi Brewery

Eumundi, Sunshine Coast Area

Located in the charming hinterland town of Eumundi (home to the world-famous Eumundi Markets), the heritage-listed Imperial Hotel is renowned for its creative decor, fabulous food, live entertainment and the Eumundi Brewery.

The menu features fresh, seasonal produce from the region with classic pub favourites and a selection of modern dishes. Seriously good food.

The Imperial's beautiful beer garden is a favourite with locals and tourists alike - the perfect place to soak up live music grooves. Friday and Saturday nights see some of the best bands and comedians in the business play ticketed shows in 'The Bunker' and 'The Brewery'.

The hotel has five diverse areas for every occasion - from wedding receptions to birthday parties, art exhibitions, corporate seminars to tour morning teas. Chefs can tailor a menu to satisfy a range of palettes and dietary requirements.

Many will remember the Eumundi Lager brand - first crafted in Eumundi back in 1988. The hotel has recently partnered with Lion to build a state-of-the art brewery on-site and revive the much loved beer brand. Yes, Eumundi craft beers are again on tap, with Brewery Tasting Tours also on offer.

Cuisine Types

Bistro/Cafe/Deli
Modern Australian

Menus

Facilities

  • Bar
  • Car park
  • Entertainment
  • Non Smoking Establishment
1 Etheridge Street
Eumundi, Sunshine Coast Area
Queensland
Australia

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