More than just a great place for a pub feed, to watch a game, to see a gig, or catch up with mates, the Surfers Paradise Beer Garden has been the heart and soul of Surfers since its inception in 1925.
Fast forward nearly 100 years and, after some serious renovations, the Surfers Paradise Beer Garden continues to be the place where locals and visitors meet every night of the week. Catch salty breezes and sunshine from the open-air rooftop terrace, or dance the night away to live music in the bar. People watch over Cavill Ave with a cocktail in hand, or park yourself in front of one of 18 big screens to catch any sports event.
Open seven days a week, you’re guaranteed to find a good time at the Beer Garden.
Fun fact: The renowned hotel entrepreneur James Cavill, who opened the legendary Surfers Paradise Hotel, petitioned to change the name of the suburb from Elston to Surfers Paradise.