After a three-year closure, the Southern Gold Coast’s much-loved Kirra Beach Hotel has reopened this week.

The opening comes after the announcement back in September that revealed the pub will be part of the new Kirra Point precinct.

The Kirra Beach Hotel is located on the ground floor, corner position on Marine Parade and Miles Street and hosts a beer garden, bistro, public and sports bar, kids area, and boutique bottle shop.

Publican and Licensee Greg Hodge ‘Hodgy’ is leading the new venue, which is open daily with walk-ins only.

On the menu, guests can expect pub favourites such as beef rissoles with mash and schnitzels alongside share plates, grilled meats and fish, plus local raw seafood.

There are also weekly seafood specials from the trawler, including the likes of fresh bugs and prawns; tempura-battered bug tail rolls; natural and Kilpatrick oysters; and a Kirra Beach Hotel seafood platter.

“The Kirra Beach Hotel has always been more than just a pub for our guests and it’s a place where anyone is welcome,” says Hodge.

“It’s a second home, a place where you can relax and be on a first name basis with our staff, a place where you can pop in after a surf and grab a bite to eat, and perch up with a beer in hand and watch the waves and magic of Kirra roll in.”

The opening of the Kirra Beach Hotel marks stage one of the KTQ Group’s Kirra Point Precinct, with the next venue to swing open its doors being the Kirra Beach House slated to open early December.

The Kirra Beach Hotel is now open at 2 Marine Parade, Coolangatta, Queensland.