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Pop into Anglers Rest for a drink. You'll find our friendly staff are waiting to take your order and pour your next drink. Enjoy a meal with family or friends, a quite drink, or get rowdy in the TAB. Come on down and say Hi! Relax with a game of Pool and a few cold ones.
Located in the heart of the Western Suburbs workforce, The Guiding Star has a lot to offer to blue collar workers, and executives alike. Positioned on Geelong road it is easy to get to and has plenty of on site parking. The Hotel itself is positioned on 700 Geelong Road.
The Bar at th Guiding Star is very large with friendly staff to have a chat.
The Guiding Star also has a full Pub-TAB with and Electronic Betting Terminal and a Normal Terminal - We also have many tv's with results and prices via teletext and a Large TV with the current Races on. We also have the new Trackside available.
So whether you want to place a bet or have a quiet drink the Guiding Star is a great place to relax with friends. The Kitchen at the Guiding Star Hotel has much to offer from Fish & Chips to Steak Sandwiches to the King size Rump Steak
The Bottle-Shop at the Guidng Star Hotel is easily accessable from Geelong road and has a wide selection of items to choose from, and because the bottle-shop is drive through you can simply sit in your car and be served.
Barrenjoey House is simple, comforting and magical like its environment. Situated in Palm Beach, a relaxing drive will see you arriving here in just less than an hour from Sydney.
The sun, sea and nature surround Barrenjoey House with yachts resting calmly on the waters of its doorstep. The restaurant menu extensively reflects the sea with fresh ingredients such as Hawkesbury squid, Smoked Tasmanian salmon, Tiger prawns and Queensland spanner crab. There are also hearty offerings of various steaks and spatchcock.
Nestled just a stone’s throw away from the stunning azur ecurves of the Pacific and the calm sparkle of Pittwater is Palm Beach, and the jewel in the crown lies Bistro Rivage.
By day, enjoy a refind tropical elegance where you can relax and soak up some live music with a cocktail or dine with exquisite wines by night under the stars as the restaurant takes on a sophisticated yet relaxed evening air.
Dunes Restaurant is popular with both locals and travellers from Sydney. It has been skilfully designed to take full advantage of the idyllic surroundings and views. Several dining areas are available for all types of weather and occasions.
The main dining restaurant, with a large fireplace, seats 60 which extends to the fully enclosed Italian marquee, also seating 60. This can be opened on fine days to allow for the soft breezes from Pittwater and the ocean, but can also be enclosed and heated for more intimate functions and protection from the cooler weather.
The Boathouse is located on Sydney's peninsula Northern Beaches in Palm Beach. The cafe offers a beachside setting, fresh modern Australian cuisine and rustic furnishings + interiors.
Offering a bit of everything - fresh market flowers, bread + milk, deli style food + cheeses, delicious breakfast + lunch meals, great coffee and a daily newspaper - The Boathouse is the local favourite.
There are many ways to enjoy eating and drinking at the original Barrenjoey Boathouse. This iconic building + wharf remains familiar to the locals but since creating The Boathouse it has seen a drastic and amazing transformation. Take a seat on one of the picnic tables on the wharf which is suspended over Station Beach, or simply grab a spot on the front lawn. The water views are breathtaking from every direction.
Mooney Mooney Club is a small family friendly club on the Hawkesbury River, only 45 minutes north from the CBD. Experience the serenity on the Hawkesbury one of Sydney’s most beautiful waterways. A wharf is available for boat access.
Sit back and enjoy fabulous seafood in COASTAL or on the deck overlooking the Hawkesbury River. Choose from the extensive menu which is predominately seafood but has lots to choose from particularly for kids. Whilst you are enjoying your meal let the kids play in the playground. Make a day of it, have lunch at Coastal and then take a leisurely walk through the National Park and along the waterfront. Sundays is a popular day here with live entertainment from 5-8.00pm.
Revesby Workers’ Club is thrilled to announce their talented chefs, Michael Armstrong and Peter Clark from the Mooney Mooney Club have been selected as one of only twelve pairs to reach the final of the ClubsNSW ‘Chef’s Table 2010’ culinary competition. The ‘Chef’s Table 2010 – awarding culinary innovation’ competition was created by ClubsNSW to award and recognise the many talented and creative chefs and cooks within clubs in New South Wales. Now in its sixth year, this popular competition is open to teams of 2 cooks of any level, working for the same club, who together can create the most innovative three course menu within a specified budget. Mooney Mooney Club is a major success story with its food second to none, it has been receiving amazing reviews about the quality, taste and service, if you haven’t visited it should definitely be on your list of things to do.
Mooney Mooney is undergoing minor refurbishments of its function era, and will not be able to cater for functions for 2010. However it is ideal, for smaller group celebrations for lunch and dinner in Coastal.