The hotel has been renamed as a tribute to the previously known Trade Coast region which flourished with local history. With a comfortable bistro and bar, our hotel will become a place to enjoy your favourite weekly meal with family and friends, or a nostalgic feast. Previously known as The Pinkenba Hotel (or “The Pink”), our much-loved hotel now has a new name, face and personality. With fresh contemporary furnishings, honouring our rich history, the Trade Coast Hotel is the go-to place to catch up with friends, family or to celebrate a special occasion.
Our public bar is the place to be if you’re in the mood for a cold brew or a relaxing wine after work, and has an exciting new bar menu on offer. The large photo walls tell the rich history of Pinkenba and our original hotel, first owned by John and Ellen Bain, more than one hundred years ago.
Myrtle’s Bistro has been named in honour of the original site of Boggy Creek which was then renamed Myrtletown in 1928 after the lemon myrtle groves. The Bistro offers an easy and contemporary atmosphere, a spacious beer garden and delicious menu for all ages.
With the ever expanding Trade Coast region, including the new Brisbane International Cruise Terminal, the renewed Trade Coast Hotel is sure to continue to be the heart of the thriving port area, as it was when it first opened in Pinkenba in 1910.
Come visit us – we are sure our hotel experience is one you’ll return to.
Opening Hours: Trade Coast Hotel
Monday to Sunday
10.00am – 12.00am