THE CAGE SPORTS BAR
The Cage is a playground for the most avid sports fan and is quickly gaining a reputation as one of the greatest sports bar facilities in Queensland.
With nine huge 65” plasma screens, full Sky and TAB racing services as well as Fox Sports 1, 2 and 3 and Keno, no sporting event is neglected within this purpose-built auditorium...
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CAFFE SUPRIMO DINING
‘Primo quality, primo price’. That’s the concept behind award-winning Italian-style eatery Caffe Suprimo which promotes a broad variety of generous menu items at great value for money.
Whether you desire a mouth-watering pizza, pasta, risotto, chicken, steak, salad or even seafood – Caffe Suprimo can satisfy any hunger with daily specials starting from $11.90...
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THE JUNGLE ALFRESCO
“In the jungle, the mighty jungle…” Become ‘king of the jungle’ by immersing yourself in the magnificent surrounds of LIONS@springwood’s outdoor alfresco area which provides a more relaxed environment to enjoy a meal and/or drink with friends and family.
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THE LAIR FUNCTION ROOM
With spectacular views overlooking the entire social club, The Lair provides an ideal private function area fit for accommodating up to 40 of your friends, family or work colleagues.
You can also book out the area for business conferences, exhibitions, sporting events – the opportunities are endless.
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THE SKY ROOF
There’s always a clear sky inside LIONS@springwood courtesy of the Vegas-esque Sky Roof which creates an alfresco ambience 24/7 even though you’re indoors.
The incredible 150 metre (500ft) long painted sky ceiling uses inspiration from the amazing Venetian Casino in Las Vegas to recreate this man-made architectural wonder.
So even when it’s cold, windy, raining and dark outside, you can rest assured that it will always be a perfect spring day inside LIONS@springwood with great light and a steady calm 23 degrees.
The process of painting the Sky Roof was, in fact, an incredibly difficult task. Few tradesmen have ever had to paint clouds and even less have done it successfully. So the builder had no solution other than to fly a ‘cloud’ expert up from South Australia.
The developer had previously built a hotel and a shopping centre in South Australia featuring a sky-painted ceiling and only one painter had managed to ever get it right.
It’s a bit like Michelangelo doing the job with a spray-gun, but it looks sensational.