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Aspley Hornets | Dog Friendly Cafe & Bar in Aspley

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FURRY FEATURES

>1 Dogs

Large Dogs

Water Bowls

Covered Patio

Treats

THE EXPERIENCE

Aspley Hornets 6 Points Cafe is a dog friendly cafe and bar in the heart of the action of the club.

Since the first bounce-down more than 50 years ago Aspley Hornets became known for their exceptional AFL teams competing at local and national levels. From grass-roots beginnings, the high caliber of the players, team spirit and local support has seen Aspley Hornets grow to become one of Brisbane’s northern suburbs’ most popular social and entertainment venues.

But it’s not just the AFL they are known for. Their dog friendly outdoor deck in the 6 Point Cafe is super dog friendly. Pawfect place for a lazy weekend brekkie with your pooch! Your pup can enjoy fresh water from the very special Hornets bowls and there are some VERY SPECIAL DOGGIE TREATS on the menu!

Hornets Bistro offers a relaxed atmosphere and comfortable surroundings to enjoy a meal with family and friends. Featuring a range of meals from light snacks through to a steak, the menu offers something to suit all tastes and appetites.

 

 

CLUB HISTORY

The club was established in 1964 and developed primarily as a junior club, serving the communities of Aspley, Carseldine and developing areas now known as Bridgeman Downs, Albany Creek, Eatons Hill, Bracken Ridge and Brendale.

During the Seventies and Eighties it became necessary to move into senior football to provide a path from juniors through to senior football, without players needing to change clubs.

The club now caters for the full range of football from age 6 years with Auskick, through to Super – Rules for the over 35s.

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