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Bundaberg Region gets back to business

Artisans 4670
Artisans 4670

Bundaberg Region businesses are getting back to business this week after COVID-19 restrictions were eased across Queensland.

Under the State Government's Stage 2 Roadmap, community workshops, restaurants and gyms can reopen if adhering to the 20-person limit and social-distancing.

Annette Tyson from Artisans 4670 said the homewares shop and workspace, which had been closed since March, was run by a group of enthusiastic local creatives who were excited to get involved in the community again.

“We have a wide variety of products available including diffusers, art cards, jewellery, clothing, aprons, paintings and pottery,” she said.

“We have a space available for anyone in the community wishing to book it to run a workshop.

“Also our members run workshops on jewellery making, pottery, kokodama making, ecodying and other activities.”

Annette said upon reopening, the team would have hand sanitiser and alcohol wipes available with social-distancing rules applying inside the shop.

“We are open every weekend from 10am to 4pm at 100 Hughes Road, Bargara,” she said.

“For more information please phone or text Annette Tyson on 0411 476 260.”

The Club Hotel
The Club Hotel will be opening its doors to diners from Friday.

The Club Hotel ready to serve

Owners of the Club Hotel, Rodney Wheat and Leon Crossett, are over the moon to be welcoming diners back to their venue this week.

“From this Friday we get to welcome you, our beautiful customers back, to dine in at The Club Hotel once again,” Rodney said.

“With the current restrictions unfortunately we are unable to have weekend nightlife just yet but at least you can come in and enjoy an awesome pub meal and a few beers.

“Thank you to everyone who has been supporting us with our takeaways over the last two months. We will be continuing with our takeaways as well.”

Rodney said a new menu would be released soon to celebrate the reopening and bookings would be mandatory to allow for the designated 20-person limit.

“We will be open Friday, Saturday and Sunday for lunch and dinner service only for this weekend with extended trading days to be added from next week,” he said.

To find out more click here to visit The Club Hotel Facebook page.

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