130 Fauntleroy Ave, Redcliffe WA 6104, Australia
130 Fauntleroy Avenue Redcliffe WA
Night Club, Bar
13 13 13
Monday 4:15 AM – 11:15 PM
Tuesday 4:15 AM – 11:15 PM
Wednesday 4:15 AM – 11:15 PM
Thursday 4:15 AM – 11:15 PM
Friday 4:15 AM – 11:15 PM
Saturday 4:45 AM – 11:15 PM
Sunday 4:45 AM – 11:15 PM
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The Qantas Club | Qantas
Make the Qantas Club your first destination for business or leisure.
Amelia Cristal Daud said 2 years ago
I’m very disappointed with the catering quality. Last night was my first visit, going to be my last visit I suppose. I was flying with Qantas at 10:20pm, and expecting to have at least a proper meal here. Unfortunately, the only dish was left over curry with some sort of beans and potatoes plus steamed rice, no much choices. The curry was cold and awful, I felt sorry for someone who ate it. I ended up with having 3 glass of drinks and some breads. I came in around 8pm, and went out at 10pm, the curry was still there. Since when qantas club has became so low standards? “Qantas - a spirit of Australia.” Well, I don’t think this is a spirit of Australia as mentioned.
Traveller Hints said 2 years ago
Good place to some time until your flight ready. Need Qantas membership get into or have to pay.
Tim McKinlay said 2 years ago
Daniel Morton said 2 years ago
Unfortunately wouldn't allow us in for a fee even though the virgin lounge does
Phillip Winkless said 2 years ago
Needs a refresh
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