The Apollonian Hotel was first licenced in 1868, in the Gympie Shire. The first building burned down in the 1870s, and they rebuilt this current building out of local Gympie hardwood timbers. The whole building was transported (in 4 pieces) to Boreen Point in 1986 and lovingly put back together to reopen in 1987 by the Paynters. The hotel now stands on 2.5 acres, well set back from the road on a lovely, landscaped lawn used for car clubs, dog shows or just families to enjoy the day with a football.
The Apollonian Hotel also has an accommodation building (moved from Maryborough) that sleeps up to 26 people and is set up as a farm environment with sheep in the paddock out the front.
The Apollonian Hotel is open 7 days a week for lunch and dinner. They hold Friday night raffles, weeknight activities, and Sunday lunch with live music and delicious food from the smokehouse.
Neil, Lou and George Paynter are still there to meet and greet you with a great team of Apo staff members.
The Apollonian Hotel are happy to host weddings, parties, and more! Give them a call to start organising your event.