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The 20’s theme carries through to the décor with 1920's style chandeliers hanging from the high, original ceilings and vintage lounges creating warmth and old school charm.
1927 Cocktail Lounge is open now at 35 East Row, Sydney Building. Ph (02) 6247 4530.
For functions and events that require a truly unique atmosphere, Academy and CandyBar are available for function bookings 7 days a week with a variety of room configurations to fit your party size and budget.
We have four different size spaces available and our team of hospitality professionals are ready to look after you and your guests.
What do you Krave?? How about Canberras new premiere hotspot Krave Niteclub featuring Live Bands, Recording Artists, Hot DJs, Sexy Dancers & a delicious food menu prepared by a very skilled Chef! If that sounds like something that you are kraving then why not come and “Krave” with us?
Krave Niteclub is located in the heart of the nations capital (that is Canberra for those who think its Sydney…lol) right smack center in the CBD (known as Civic) at the bus interchange. One of the best looking venues in Canberra, Krave Niteclub sports a double layered stage, lots of mirrors & not 1 but 2 really cool cages with poles in the center of them!
A variety of music is played or performed live in Krave ranging from R&B to Hard Rock and everything in between. Operating hours are Thursday – Saturday 10 til late with the occasional Wednesday thrown in for good measure.
Mooseheads is located in the Sydney Building, on London Circuit in the central Canberra region of Civic. Mooseheads claims to be the longest-established bar and night club in Civic.
Mooseheads was opened in September 1990, making it one of the longest-running nightclubs in Civic. The premises contains 4 levels, including one below street level. This basement level has long been a popular venue for University and ADFA students, and contains a pool table. The street level contains a pool table and several televisions, and is open every day except Sunday. During the day, the kitchen serves classic pub food including steaks, fish and chips and pizza.
The two levels above the street comprise the nightclub, and are only open on Thursday, Friday and Saturday nights from 9 PM. The first floor holds the dance floor and the DJ Booth. There is a cover charge of $5 to get in to the nightclub on Saturday nights. Mooseheads is very popular with ADFA and ANU students.
Currently, on Friday nights, Mooseheads has live bands playing on the street level from the late afternoon, which often attracts a crowd of Canberra’s many public servants.
Come in to Kremlin Bar and Tapas for a chic, comfortable night out.
Kremlin is the perfect place for an after work drink or to indulge in one of our famous cocktails to kick off your evening.
Ask our experienced staff to mix you something special and enjoy our signature or classic cocktails.
Kremlin Bar has a range of international and Australian wines including many local varieties.
Choose from one of our craft, boutique or imported beers.
Woden is the heart of the Canberra Southern Cross Club. It is where the Club was first founded and is the biggest venue of all six.
The recent addition of the state-of-the-art Events Centre has propelled it into a new league, making it a serious contender for the National Capital’s top conference and event venue. For years Woden’s main entertainment venue, Top of the Cross, has been providing the Canberra community with a constant line-up of quality, live entertainment. Woden also boasts three affordable quality restaurants, ranging from award-winning contemporary French cuisine to bistro fare and features two fantastic children’s play areas. Centrally located in the heart of Woden’s CBD, it provides members with plenty of secure, under-cover parking and a range of other great facilities.
The Irish Club is one of the friendliest places in Canberra to relax with friends.
The Club was officially registered as an incorporated association in 1975 and in 1982 moved to its own premises at Oatley Court, Belconnen ACT. It moved to its present location at 6 Parkinson Street, Weston in 1986.
The Club has just been completely refurnished and looks great. Food Service is now done in-house and we are developing a new menu. The focus will be on pub-style food with a touch of Irish from our newly named, Molly Bloom's Kitchen, though we're also taking advantage of our Chef's expertise to include some great dishes from his Fijian homeland.
Our support of local sports and recreation groups, as well as Canberra's Irish organisations, shows our commitment to the wider community and to fostering Irish culture
Once you visit you will understand why the club is so popular. Its relaxed, welcoming atmosphere has an underlying "Irishness" which is hard to find anywhere else.
With a membership of over 6000 and growing, the club can offer great facilities and entertainment.
There's always something going on at the Canberra Irish Club.
Why not come and see for yourself.
Knightsbridge Penthouse is for the lovers. For those who love a gin martini, an Old Fashioned, a cold local beer, a spiced rum, cheeky glass of wine, or tequila straight up.
For 8 years it’s been a home for the professional connoisseurs of soul, funk, disco, hip hop, and modern boogie music every weekend, and a quirky lounge room for those who yearn for a late night adventure.
Affectionately known as ‘Knighty’, we aim to provide a place to relax with good friends, to meet new ones, and enjoy a good late night hotstep with a cocktail in hand – slighty off the beaten Northbourne track.
Be mesmerised by the twinkling lights in the window and eclectic decor, the charming and knowledgeable staff, the cocktail list, the ever-changing artwork, and the beautiful women and handsome men who call Knighty their local.
A single, naked light bulb dangling over a plain wooden doorway in Hobart Place marks the spot where Canberra’s hottest bar Molly lies. Walk down the bare staircase leading into the basement, swing open the heavy door and be prepared to be amazed by the warmth and charm of a cosy 1920s-style speakeasy. With a seductive jazz soundtrack in the background, lose yourself in Molly’s seductively rich timber furnishings and burgundy fabrics before perching yourself on the deep, copper counter as you watch the friendly bartenders pour you a drink from the extensive drinks list – perhaps a cocktail or a single malt whisky. Those wanting to graze can also opt for a European-style charcuterie platter topped with the finest selection of cold meats and cheese.
A great community club with a rich sporting tradition to which members passionately belong. The Ainslie Football & Social Club has played a vital role in the Canberra community for 80 years. The Ainslie Football Club is a leading and major club in the Canberra region. Our primary objective is to foster Australian Rules Football and Sport.
Always committed to sport and its value, the Club is dedicated to helping in its development, offering support to a large range of sporting organisations.