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Cleaner/kitchen Hand/bar & Food Attendent

The Dulacca Hotel Dulacca, Queensland

Job Description

We are seeking an all rounder to join our team. Our country pub is growing quickly with the addition of a tourist park out the back and we need some help during this busy tourist season. Primarily this person will be responsible for cleaning the hotel, amenities and rooms/cabins Monday to Thursday. Other duties will include kitchen hand and assisting with the front of house duties on busy nights. Casual wages with up to 35 hours a week, meals & accommodation can be provided if required. Happy to take on a couple or friends travelling together to share in the duties. Depending on skill level and experience, more hours may be available to the right person/people.

Come and experience life in the country. Young enthusiastic owners, a great team of people to work with and a buzzing tourist season will keep you busy and entertained. Only 3 hours from Toowoomba (closest city) or 4 hours to Brisbane on the bypass.

Postcode: 4425 (Dulacca, Queensland)

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The Dulacca Hotel

Member since: November 2017

Description:
Busy country pub owned and run by young couple Danny & Natalie. They purchased the pub just over 12 months ago and since then they have done a number of renovations & refurbishments to update the old pub and breath some life back into the place. It is now thriving with locals regularly popping in for coffee, drinks and/or dinner. Travellers also camp overnight and visit the hotel both for lunch & dinner.

Industry:
Hospitality, Travel & Tourism