Trading Hours

Thursday
11am - 9pm

Friday, Saturday
11am - 10pm

Sunday
11am - 5pm

Holiday Hours

January 26
11am - 5pm

Renovations Update

109 years new

We’ve spent a lot of time and taken a great deal of care during our renovation process to restore this beautiful building to her former glory. We’ve combined heritage features with modern amenities to ensure the Hotel's longevity for another century. We’re really proud of what’s been achieved, with the help of many local trades, and we’re excited to open our doors and show you around!

During this opening period, we’ll be testing out our new bar menu, so you can expect a varied and delicious selection of dishes with lots of tasty, seasonal produce. You’ll find familiar favourites, and likely discover something new. There will be pates, smoked meats, sausages, pickled vegetables and more - all made from scratch, right here. Not sure where to start? Our friendly staff will be happy to point you in the right direction. You might even be lucky enough to sample something from the upcoming Chophouse menu!

Our bar team will be finding their feet and getting to know their way around our growing drinks list. With twelve beers on tap, and a wine for any occasion - we’re confident there’s something for everyone to enjoy. If your favourite drink isn’t on offer, let us know and you may just find it waiting for you on your next visit.

Over the next few months, we’ll be continuing to convert the old barn into a brand new restaurant. This will be run by our Head Chef, Oscar Holgado. Oscar brings with him a breadth of experience ranging from fine dining, to butchery and farm to table cooking. With a strong focus on no waste and whole animal butchery, the Chophouse will be a complete dining experience. This isn’t somewhere you’ll be rushed to give up your table, instead, you’ll have the whole evening to enjoy a special bottle of wine or two and a delicious meal.

Outside, we’re continuing work on the family friendly beer garden. Plenty of shade will be provided by the lovely old fig tree, with lots of seating and space for live music. It’s set to be the perfect setting for a summer in Kin Kin.

Upstairs, you’ll find ten Queen sized bedrooms - restored in their original layout, complete with fully renovated bathrooms down the hall. These will be available for bookings in early 2024. We’ve worked with local furniture makers and upholsterers to breathe new life into the old rooms.

We ask that you bear with us during these opening few months as we find our rhythm. So come on in, relax on our comfortable lounges, enjoy the artwork, have a game of darts and catch up with your mates at the bar. We can’t wait to see you!

Credit Roll

The meticulous restoration and rejuvenation of The Kin Kin Hotel has been in the hands of many crafty, hardworking, and dedicated individuals, several of who are proud Kin Kin locals. We are grateful to the following tradies and artisans:

  • Mick and the team from Build4U (Dean, Mitch, Kyle, Tom, Steve, Macca, Jimmy, Rob, Levai, Bek, Adam)
  • Kin Kin Electrical & Refrigeration (Alan, Noah, Nathan)
  • Smith Plumbing (Luke, Jackson)
  • Glen and his team at Brightworks Stainless
  • Jim Hill and Dan Fargo
  • the Clift Painting crew (Jessie, Lachie, Neil, Ray)
  • Squid Ink Interiors (Ellie)
  • Will Kingham (Mary Valley Upholstery)
  • Richard Lee and team
  • Adam Leahy (Beer Industry Solutions)
  • John Ball (Kin Kin Floor Sanding)
  • John Reeves
  • Jake Pannunzio
  • Ben Culley
  • Gordon & Co at Sykes Signs
  • Pete & Nelly Sargeantson
  • Darren Burns
  • Cameron & Co at Distinctive Stone
  • Kane Upton (The Bunker)
  • Future Wild (Ellia Guy and team)

Common questions

Bookings?

We're not taking bookings just yet - while our beer garden and barn continue to be refurbished, seating options are restricted to the heritage building on a first come first serve basis.
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69 Main Street, Kin Kin, Queensland
35mins west of Noosa
2.5hrs north of Brisbane

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