Eat, Drink & Be Merry at
The Dag Pub
More Formally Known As
The D’Aguilar Pub Motel & Hotel
The Dag Pub is proud to extend warm country hospitality to all, our doors are always open to anyone in need of delicious food, ice cold drinks, and a great atmosphere. As well as a popular spot for locals, The Dag is great destination for visitors heading to the hills outside of Brisbane and looking for a Woodford pub lunch along the way. Our excellent steaks are a particular favourite, alongside daily blackboard menu specials and regular weekly meal deals.
Recently refurbished, The Dag celebrates its history with hotel walls that brim with a colourful memorabilia collected over the years. Not to mention the presence of Pub owner Jim (or “Cricket” to his mates), who takes great pride in sharing a tall tale or two over a beer!
The Place To Be For Awesome Live Entertainment
The Dag Pub is renowned for its steady line-up of awesome live entertainment. With rock bands and blues artists frequenting The Dag, the Friday night sesh has become the place to be.
Check out our Facebook page for what’s on next, and be sure to share your snaps on the page!
The Go-To Watering Hole For Locals
It’s an age-old tradition that, when passing through a new place, you go where the locals go. The Dag is proud to be the go-to watering hole for locals, whose presence along with nostalgic memorabilia makes for the unique “old school” charm and sense of community we’re renown for.
Great Reasons To Drop By The Dag Pub
- Cold beer on tap
- Live music every Friday night
- Dart boards
- Old school arcade games
- Pool tables
- Pokies Room
- Keno and TAB
- The Dag Pub Official Merchandise [Beanies, shirts, hats, stubbie coolers]
- Monday Night: Darts
- Tuesday Night: Parmi Night
- Thursday Night: Members Draw 6-8pm
- Friday Night: Pluck a Duck
- Kid friendly
And, for those that want to enjoy a D’Aguilar pub lunch with a few drinks, we also offer a free courtesy bus for locals! Location: Wamuran, Mt Mee, Beerwah – Woodford Turnoff
The Hearty Pub Fare That Satisfies
When you’re in the mood for great quality pub food in relaxing and friendly surrounds, The Dag Pub Bistro is just what you need. As hotspot frequented by the locals, it’s no secret that when it comes to good value meals and live entertainment, we’ve got you covered.
With a reputation as one of the best restaurants in D’Aguilar, The Dag Pub offers tasty meals to suit everyone. Whether you stop by for a D’Aguilar pub lunch or dinner, you can rest assured that our menu provides options that are ⇐
NEW – Gourmet Pizzas
Mouth watering, fresh and now at The Dag!
Pay & Pick Up your own D’AG gourmet pizza, prepared and cooked at our dedicated Pizza bar.
We cater to meat eaters and vegetarians, with heaps of delicious add-ons available and gluten free options.
Ask us about our D’AG Pizza deals!
FEELING HUNGRY FOR SOME GOOD OLD-FASHIONED PUB FARE?
OPEN 7 DAYS
BISTRO TRADING HOURS
SUN – THURS: 11:30 AM – 2 PM & 5:30 PM – 8 PM
FRI – SAT: 11:30 AM – 2 PM & 5:30 PM – 8:30 PM
Daily Blackboard Specials, and weeknight specials available.
The D’Aguilar Hotel has been a popular meeting place and watering hole for many people over the years especially with the locals and residents from Mt Mee, Woodford and even Caboolture.
It has the air of a typical country hotel. The D’Aguilar Hotel like many country hotels has changed a lot in appearance over the years. Those large open verandas have been enclosed to provide more space in the main bar area. Also, the Billiard Room at the side of the hotel where many a disagreement was settled went many years ago.
In approximately 1987, the hotel was used as an “extra” in a film called “The Surfer”.
The hotel has not only been a meeting place for thirsty travellers and locals but also a place where many social events have taken place. Among them is the regular Tuesday night, Darts Night where up to 24 men and women compete. Other events have included boxing matches and live bands. The D’Aguilar Hotel has also supported the school by giving proceeds gained from the lucky number tickets.
In December 1991, the owners at the time, Keith and Anne Shoebridge built a large Drive-in bottle Shop and Liquor Barn thus ensuring that the D’Aguilar Hotel will be in operation for years to come.
A Little More History
The D’Aguilar Hotel… has had a long history, commencing originally at Paddy’s Pinch, situated at the foot of the D’Aguilar Range.
It was originally called the “Bushman’s Arms” with William Tracey as the first licensee.
In those early days, the Bushman’s Arms was a popular stopover for coach travellers before the hazardous journey up the big hill to Woodford or Kilcoy.
When the railway line was constructed in 1909, business at the Bushman’s Arms, fell off dramatically, so in 1911, it was decided by the publican at the time, James John Casey, a Boer War Veteran to move the hotel lock, stock and barrel up the D’Aguilar Range to its present site opposite the D’Aguilar Railway Station.
Story has it that Kieran Cash and Dave Hennessey were the first to drink at the D’Aguilar Hotel after its removal from Paddy’s Pinch. They camped all night on the veranda until it opened so they could be first in.