Located on the edge of the Pacific Ocean in Mooloolaba, it’s easy to see why this iconic destination is a favourite with locals and visitors alike.
At The Surf Club Mooloolaba, we live for the beach and our world class club house has been designed around that philosophy.
When we open the windows to the deck, the beach comes in allowing the sights, sounds and ocean air from the buzzing Mooloolaba beach below to create a vibrant atmosphere inside. Enjoy the breathtaking view of the coastline from Noosa to Point Cartwright as you enjoy a delicious meal, a cup of coffee or an ice cold beverage from the bar.
With live entertainment, raffles and a refurbished gaming room, there is something for everyone at The Surf Club Mooloolaba.
What’s on Offer
The Boathouse Restaurant
The Boathouse Restaurant boasts a delicious menu featuring all the classic meals you would expect to find in a surf club as well as some modern Australian cuisine to whet the palette. A favourite among members is the all-you-can-eat carvery which features succulent roast pork, beef, chicken or lamb fresh from the oven. You can also catch up with friends over a fresh roasted coffee and a large range of biscuits and cakes.
Enjoy a long lunch or an afternoon in the sun accompanied by an ice cold beverage from the bar. There is a huge range of premium and imported beers as well as an extensive wine list to choose from. We have all your favourite spirits behind the bar and can whip up a cocktail for those special catch-ups with friends.
Sports and Gambling
With 12 large screen TV’s throughout the venue, you can always catch the latest sporting match, no matter what your code. Four more TV’s are dedicated to racing in the TAB area which also has a Keno facility. The Surf Club Mooloolaba also has 40 poker machines in its gaming area.
Functions and Events
About the club
Established in 1922, The Surf Club Mooloolaba is one of the oldest Surf Life Saving Clubs in Australia. It is the largest Surf Life Saving Club in Queensland and the largest regional club in Australia. In 2009 and 2011, Mooloolaba Surf Club was named Queensland Surf Life Saving Club of the Year.