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St George Motor Boat Club

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by Karen (subscribe)
Published December 18th 2011
Located at the point at Sans Souci, looking over beautiful Kogarah Bay, is the St George Motor Boat Club.
Image courtesy of St George Motor Boat Club

There is no better way while away for a few hours than to sit here on the balcony watching the boats go by, enjoying the sunshine.

A glass of wine or an icy cold beer from the fully licenced bar, goes nicely with a meal or snack from either the Captains Grill or St Kilda Bar Terrace.
Image courtesy of St George Motor Boat Club

The hot and cold seafood platter for 2 is an especially nice treat. In addition to the normal menu, there are special 2 and 3 course menus available 7 days a week and a children's menu as well. The gelato bar is a favourite for dessert for all ages.

Image courtesy of The Captains Grill

The club offers a variety of function areas for weddings, christenings and other special occasions and golf and fishing sporting clubs are housed within as well. The marina and sparkling blue water would make a spectacular backdrop for photos.

Image courtesy of St George Motor Boat Club

The lounge area has been newly fitted with comfortable seating along the full length floor to ceiling windows and intimate nested areas to sit in small groups.

For trivia fans, the club is featured in a number of episodes of the television show "Packed to the Rafters".

The club is open at 11am 7 days a week, with food available from 11.30am.
2 Wellington Street, Sans Souci
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Why? For a relaxing time in a lovely place
When: Open 7 days
Where: St George Motor Boat Club
Cost: Reasonable
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