Eatons Hill Hotel

Eatons Hill Hotel

626 South Pine Road, Eatons Hill QLD, Australia

Having been inducted into the Hall Of Fame for Best Entertainment Venue in Australia, there a plenty of reasons to visit us at Eatons Hill Hotel & Function Centre.

Events and Entertainment

We are a premier entertainment venue, home to both National & International artists & dj’s! Bringing to the region some of the biggest national and international artists for sellout shows.

Annual events including a Rodeo, Beer Festival, New Years Day Foam Party are a must for those wanting a great outdoor show experience!

Bars at Eatons Hill Hotel

Wander through any of the nine bars and soak up the ambience on four levels, including the showcase rooftop bar with sweeping treetop views.

If you enjoy a beer, the Eatons Hill Hotel has over a hundred taps with all your favourites chilled how you like them. There’s great food in the bistro with a seasonally changing menu, or try your luck in the TAB or the gaming room where there’s 40 machines. With such great spaces on offer, why wouldn’t you book your next function here, whatever the size?

There’s a giant liquor barn and so much to enjoy, and we’re just getting started.

A Dining Experience to Ignite the Palate

You can taste the difference at Eatons Hill Hotel.

Since opening its doors in 2011, this Eatons Hill restaurant & bistro has focused on serving up spectacular meals using local produce direct from Rocklea Markets, with all herbs supplied from the Rocklea Markets Golligers family. Orders often come in 7 days a week to ensure diners receive the utmost quality dishes each and every day.

Eaton’s also proudly supports two local bakeries, a patisserie, as well as local butchers and all the venue’s root vegetables come direct from the Gatton area in south Brisbane.

For an incredible earthy dish bursting with flavour exemplifying the best of what Eatons Hill Hotel has to offer, you can’t go past the chef’s pride and joy – vegetarian lasagne using handmade lasagne sheets with vine-ripened tomato bisc.

But that’s not all…

Try Eatons Homemade Honey!

Eatons Hill restaurant & bistro uses home-grown honey produced at one of the Comiskey family’s properties (the venue owners).

Comiskey’s golden nectar sports great iron bark colours and an incredible natural sweetness which must be tasted to be believed.

The Tale behind the Eatons Hill Restaurant & Bistro Venue’s Giant Fig Tree

When the Comiskey family first saw the site which Eatons Hill Hotel now stands upon, they were immediately drawn to the beautiful, towering 150-year-old fig tree whose canopy stretches 20 metres horizontally and vertically complementing its surroundings perfectly.

When designing the hotel KP architects and the Comiskey family agreed this spectacular tree, home to multiple species of birds, possums and the occasional wood duck, should be respected and safeguarded for future generations to enjoy.

The timber used throughout the hotel all fits together reaching out to the deck under the fig’s canopy, allowing people to experience the tree’s natural formation from its root system up into its branches and leaves. Every evening, colourful lights change colour in this iconic, grand old fig enhancing its beauty even at night.

The giant fig is the primary element in the venue’s design and enjoys its place as a major Eatons Hill Hotel drawcard, providing shade and bringing joy to diners and all who pass through.

Stay Awhile

The new 4.5-star hotel sports a breezy and refreshing modern look, with a variety of rooms to choose from for overnight stays and lengthier getaways, ideal for holidaymakers, party people, business travellers and families.


Stunning in design and appointed with contemporary flair, the Eatons Hill Hotel is the new standard for a good time.

We look forward to welcoming you soon!

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Acknowledgement of Country - We would like to acknowledge the traditional owners of the lands and waterways of the Moreton Bay Region, the Kabi Kabi/Gubbi Gubbi, Jinibara, and Turrbal people and pay our respects to their Elders, past, present and emerging. We recognise the ongoing connection that Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people have to this land and recognise Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people as the original custodians of this land.