By Annette Shailer

The heritage-listed Regatta Hotel, located on the Brisbane River, reopened yesterday (Jan 16) after being one of the thousands of venues, houses and businesses flooded during the devastating Queensland floods.

The hotel was flooded-affected last week, but an army of staff and volunteers pitched in to clean every last bit allowing the venue to reopen yesterday and serve up cold beers, a BBQ and a place to gather.

Sitting along Coronation Drive on the Brisbane River at Toowong, the Regatta Hotel is one of Queensland’s most historic and famous pubs.

The Regatta Hotel is classified by the National Trust of Queensland and was entered in the Queensland Heritage Register in 1992.

The hotel has also been entered into the Register of the National Estate of Australian Heritage Commission.


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