An Old Brisbane Church is About to Become a Mini-Golf Bar
Mini-golf, a cocktail bar and an all-round hangout hub rolled into one.
August 20, 2016
Fancy grabbing a drink and hitting a hole-in-one, right in the heart of Brisbane? How about working your way around two different nine-hole mini-golf courses in a venue that was once a Fortitude Valley church? If you answered yes to either of these questions, you're in luck. Thanks to Holey Moley Golf Club, come September 29 you can do all of the above.
Taking over the 25 Warner Street site that has hosted many a bar, club, gig and dance party in recent years — and many a religious ceremony before that — Holey Moley aims to get eager punters exclaiming its name several times over. That's an understandable reaction given that the leisure entertainment complex will include mini-golf, a cocktail bar and an all-round hangout hub rolled into one.
Those keen on teeing off will be pleased to know that each of the 18 holes will have their own theme, with the venue hinting that a mashup of Alice in Wonderland, iconic surfing culture, puppeteers, arguably the best retro video game ever, Nirvana, Snoop Dog, Pharrell Williams and Chubby Checker, Game of Thrones and more is on the cards. And anyone eager to sample the space's other treats can look forward to cocktails such as the Tee Quila Mocking Birdie, Teeyonce Holes, Long Island Iced Tee and G & Tee, plus a food truck menu.
If it all sounds like one of the most novel ideas for a new inner-city hotspot you've heard in some time, that's because it is — but hey, people probably thought that when Strike Bowling combined knocking down pins and knocking back beverages. In fact, the folks behind Holey Moley would know a thing or two about that, because they also started Strike. We can only assume that a frisbee-themed nightclub is going to be their next venture.