Update: 18th May 2020
The Queensland Government has developed a plan to ease coronavirus (COVID-19) trading restrictions to ensure businesses can reopen in a way that encourages business activity but does not compromise the health of our customers, staff and the community. Stage 1 of these eased restrictions will come into effect on Saturday 16 May.
Isa Hotel plans to reopen on Thursday 21 May under Stage 1 of these restrictions for Queensland Outback Hotels. We will continue with retail bottle shops trading as usual and offer takeaway dining to the local community as well as now hosting up to 20 patrons to dine in at one time, providing they can provide proof of residency that they are local residents. Bars and Gaming lounges will continue to remain closed.
Dine in trading hours
Open 7 days, 11am – 9pm.
Bookings essential for dine in on (07) 4749 8888, hosting up to 20 patrons to dine in at one time. No walk ins. Takeaway orders via phone and website only.
There will be a 1.5 hour dining duration for all dine in customers.
Private group bookings
Maximum 20 people, must book ahead.
Customers can order a drink with a meal at licensed Hotels when dining-in, however supply of any alcohol is secondary to the provision of a meal.
One person per table will need to provide their full name, address, mobile number and date of birth (government requirement).
All dine in guests will need to provide proof of local residency, in the form of a current Queensland Drivers Licence, or a copy of a rates notice or gas/electricity account not more than 12 months old.
We want to reassure all our customers that we are following all regulations and guidance provided by health authorities to ensure that our business is COVID Safe. Following the advice from relevant government health authorities, we have taken additional precautionary steps along with implementing a COVID Safe plan to ensure your safety within our venue.
If you are feeling unwell or you develop a fever, a cough, sore throat, or shortness of breath it is highly advisable that you stay home. Management have the right to refuse entry or ask a patron to leave if showing symptoms.
This is an important first step in supporting our community as we begin to reopen. We are looking forward to seeing more of your familiar faces as restrictions further lift.
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