Renovation Round Up | June

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Catching the locals’ attention: Hook, line and sinker!

Founded in 1956 by a group of enthusiastic fishermen, The Blue Fin Fishing Club is now described by members as a “sanctuary in Inala full of happy people”. And it’s not hard to see why when the Club advocates fishing as a lifestyle and being close to nature…fin-tastic!

Currently, inside the Club is where the excitement lies. To show their passionate members, and the local community, that ‘any-fin’ is possible, the Club has embarked on an ambitious journey of renovation and rejuvenation. In coming months, they will be breathing new life into their beloved club, with a focus on enhancing the customer experience.

Inala’s vibrant community has been central to the exquisite new look for the venue.

“First and foremost, we recognise the importance of family in our community. That’s why we’re most excited to announce the addition of a dedicated family lounge with an attached children’s play area,” said Peter Purins, General Manager, Blue Fin Fishing Club.

“With the average age of our suburb hovering around 32, we understand the need to create family-friendly environments where memories can be made and laughter shared,” said Peter. 

The renovations don’t stop there. They’re also throwing out some bait to attract the adults, with upgrades planned for their bar, bistro, and lounge areas. 

Picture this: a sleek and modern sports bar equipped with state-of-the-art audiovisual technology, where you can catch all the big games while sipping on your favourite beverage. It’s a similar design philosophy used for successful renovations at other Clubs in Queensland, such as Norths Devils Leagues Club and North Lakes Sports Club. 

And in the bistro, they’re introducing more intimate booth seating for added comfort and privacy while you dine.  Another exciting addition to the bistro will be a rotisserie-style roaster, offering diners the spectacle of watching the day’s roast cooking right before their eyes…now that’s a rare site!

The renovation works commenced on 29th April and will extend through to the completion of theirmajor upgrade in the middle of August. View the plans for their major works here. 

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