09 May 2017 2 min read

The $25 million North Lakes Sports Club foundation members is now open.

With it's doors finally opened, the North Lakes Sports Club features a restaurant, café, bars, kids club and gaming.

Named after the Moreton Bay Fig tree which is commonly referred to as the ‘Australian Banyan’, Banyan Restaurant & Deck will feature as the centrepiece of the North Lakes Sports Club’s dining offers.

“Banyan Restaurant & Deck will provide a dining experience that is a step up from the traditional club fare, with a modern Australian menu that combines ingredients sourced from across the local region.

“Our menu includes signature steaks from the Sunshine Coast hinterland, seafood from the Moreton Bay region as well as ingredients sourced from some of Australia’s leading producers.

With a lunch menu starting at just $15 for members, Mr Sartori said the menu provided great value for money.

“We were very conscious when putting together our menu to ensure that we had the right balance of value for money and variety, as well as catering for a range of dietary requirements.

“While we offer full table service in our restaurant, we are focused on delivering a relaxed, casual dining experience that is family friendly and caters to our members and guests.”

In addition to the Banyan Restaurant & Deck, the Club will also operate a café and four bars, including a craft beer offer with six craft beers on tap.

The 3200m2 facility also includes 178 of the latest gaming machines, a UBET TAB and sports lounge, fully supervised kids club, entertainment and function facilities.

A free members courtesy bus will also operate 7 days a week for members in surrounding suburbs.

North Lakes Sports Club is located at 36-42 Flinders Parade, North Lakes.

For more information call 1300 006 572.