Shamrock Hotel Mackay

West Mackay, Mackay Area

The new Shamrock Hotel is the place in Mackay to dine out and catch up with great friends for any occasion. After undergoing an extensive renovation, the Shamrock Hotel boasts exceptional indoor and outdoor dining facilities, an extensive new menu with locally sourced premium produce, a six star gaming lounge, dedicated sports bar, lounge bar, terrace and four star accommodation.

They like to provide you with all the comforts you'd expect from your home-away-from-home. When in Mackay, stay with them at the Shamrock Gardens Motel. You'll love the comfortable new beds, modern furnishings and the private balcony in the Shamrock's well-appointed units. In fact they feel sure you will love everything about your stay at the Shamrock Gardens Motel.

They offer disabled facilities, non-smoking rooms, and access to landscaped gardens, pool and gazebo and of course, right next door is everything the Shamrock Hotel has to offer. Just a short drive from the airport, the Shamrock Hotel is a multi-purpose destination venue with extensive bar, dining, gaming, sports bar and function facilities aimed at providing you with comfort, convenience and enjoyment throughout your stay.

Opening Hours

Season/DateDayOpening Hours
All yearDaily10am - 11:59pm

Cuisine Types

Bistro/Cafe/Deli
Modern Australian

Facilities

  • Bar
  • Car park

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