Fox and Hounds

Wongawallan, Gold Coast Area

Fox and Hounds Country Inn is located at Wongawallan, only 30 minutes from Surfers Paradise and 40 minutes from Brisbane. Fox and Hounds is the Gold Coast's only authentic English Pub, and the only pub in Australia to have actually been transported from Tunbridge Wells, England!

At Fox and Hounds you will immediately feel like you are in England visiting an English Pub. British Ales on tap from Greene King IPA to Old Speckled Hen and London Pride, not to forget the Kilkenny and Guinness. Traditional fare such as Toad in the Hole, Yorkshire Pudding, traditional roasts on Saturday and Sundays and their signature dish, Guinness Pie. A massive beer garden accommodates families and keeps children entertained for hours. Within the pavilion the Queen awaits you and is always willing for a photo opportunity.

The Fox and Hounds is located on the Mount Tamborine - Oxenford Road at the base of the mountain, in a true English country side setting.

Opening Hours

Season/DateDayOpening Hours
All yearDaily11am - 3pm
Monday5pm - 9pm
Tuesday5pm - 9pm
Wednesday5pm - 9pm
Thursday5pm - 9pm
Friday11am - 10pm
Saturday11am - 10pm
Sunday11am - 9pm

Cuisine Types

British
Fusion
Gluten Free Available
Vegan
Vegetarian

Menus

Facilities

  • Bar
  • Car park
  • Entertainment
7 Elevation Drive
Wongawallan, Gold Coast Area
Queensland
Australia

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