COVID Safe Business

Queens Wharf Hotel is a COVID Safe Business

We are a registered COVID Safe business and are glad to be open 7 days a week, welcoming guests through our doors in accordance with the current rules and regulations. We ask all guests to follow the rules and guidelines while in our Hotel to keep us all safe.


You do not need to have a booking to visit our Hotel, you are most welcome to visit at any time for a meal or beverage. We do recommend you book a table to ensure you have a table, as we do book out especially over the weekend with COVID restrictions. Currently the maximum you can book for is 20 people for a sitdown meal.

We take bookings for both Lunch and Dinner

Lunch sitting times from 11.30am 

Dinner sitting times are from 5.30pm 

QWH Conditions of Entry

Any persons entering these premises agrees to comply with the following “Conditions of Entry”, which have been implemented in accordance with the current NSW Public Health (Covid-19) Order relating to this premises for the purpose of keeping patrons and staff safe.

All Patrons attending this licensed premises shall:

  • Check in via NSW Service QR Code or provide full name and contact phone number to COVID-19 Marshall
  • Provide COVID-19 Vaccine Digital Certificate
  • Wear a mask while indoors, except when eating or drinking (or provide evidence of a medical exemption)
  • Be refused entry if they display signs of illness
  • Be requested to leave should they display signs of illness after entry
  • Adhere to social distancing as required including at entry and exit points or where markings are in place
  • Comply with any request to relocate due to patron number restrictions in any area
  • Comply with reasonable directions from staff
  • Adhere to a maximum number of 20 persons per table.

Failure to comply with any or all of these conditions may constitute an offence under the Public Health Order and the licensee, their staff or agents reserve the right to remove from the premises any patron not adhering to these conditions under Section 77 of the Liquor Act 2007.