The Apollonian Hotel is one of the last surviving timber music hall Hotels built in the 1870's. Built from local timbers of Cedar and Hoop Pine it still stands in it's original glory hosting wide cool verandahs and a large rolling front lawn.
Moved from Gympie in the late 1980's the Hotel continues a tradition of good food & entertainment and surrounded by a beautiful village style lake community we get to host many a sailor/windsurfer/kayaker here in the bar.
Living here we can take a tinny:-
The Hotel was moved to Boreen Point from Gympie by Neil & a team in 1986 and was opened 1988 while it was still a dirt road to Noosa! Neil & Lou ran the business for a number of years until George came along in the early 90's. We then leased the business for 14 years returning for a short stint in 2011 and then again in 2019 when Covid changed the way we all lived our lives! Back at the reins of the Hotel has been fun again and we hope you enjoy our Hospitality and enjoy the surrounds we have created with car clubs clubs, motor bike, push bike, dog shows & more on the front lawn.
We have a great beer garden sheltered by some large pandana trees & a fig tree that were planted on site in 1988.
We host meals 7 days/nights a week, Sunday lunch with live music and great food from the smokehouse in the beer garden it's a great spot to dine under the stars on a beautiful balmy night or sunny day.
Our accommodation building was moved from Maryborough in the late 1980's. It was the original railways accommodation building hosting the drivers, conductors and guards when on their over night sleepouts.
The rooms have all been re configured with 10 rooms available, all hosting very comfy beds. The bathrooms are a share Men's & Ladies rooms, both having 2 showers & 2 toilets in their own amenities building.
Situated on the west side of our car part away from the Hotel you get to put your feet up for a little bit of the country life feel.
Call or email us for availability.
Group bookings are welcome and camping is also available .
We have 10 rooms sleeping 26 people if every bed is taken
Rooms 1 - 5 are a Queen Bed $85
Rooms 6 & 10 are a Queen & King Single Bed $ 130
Room 8 is 2 Double beds $140
Rooms 7 & 9 are 3 x King Single bends $120
Camping is also available just ask us on the phone or via email.
some surcharges do apply on the public holiday weekends.
The Delta Traders
Reverend Billy plays trad fingerpicking Delta blues, ragtime, bluegrass, swamp slide with stomps styled after the blues masters.
DELTA TRADERS duo adds blues/jazz on electric for a stunning blend of trad acoustic with electric blues riffing.
From the front man of 'Floating Bridges'
you won't be disappointed in his great style of music to set you up for a Sunday afternoon on the verandah.
Will have you toe tapping and enjoying some of your great classics on the lawn
Plays some of the classics form Van Morrison to Joe Cocker. A great crowd pleaser
Brenton Kneen, originally from North QLD found a home away from home in Peregian Beach. His solo cover project is a live looping performance - using an acoustic guitar, digital effects and looping pedal to create a full band experience, making sounds of drums bass, lead and rhythm guitar to create unique versions of Aussie hits and international classics in the styles of blues, reggae, ballad and rock.
Ryan has a strong groove driven guitar, and fingerpicking accompanied by soaring harmonica solos.
Barry Charles' voice reaches you, touches you and moves you. There is a powerful sensitivity and emotion. In every phrase. Of every song.
Patch isn't just a singer/guitarist. This guy comes with a load of experience, performances, life lessons, creativity as a soloists, originals, covers dropped down 3 semitones, in his own touring band, as an important member of a big aus rock band not so long ago. He is soul, and life, when he performs, loves his listeners and what they give back to him...but i guess it's easier to just advertise himself as a singer guitarist.
With Lawrence's Cajun beginnings and Californian upbringing melding with Clare's grounding in Australian folk music, their musical inspiration is diverse and ever expanding.
Their intimate stage show is constantly evolving with the introduction of new instruments and dynamic songwriting. Vocal harmonies are featured alongside guitar, accordion, banjo, tenor guitar, harmonicas and percussion.