Group Hotel Operator of the Year 2022
Published Pub Tic - 26 October 2022 . By Clyde Mooney
For the first time in three years, the AHA NSW Awards for Excellence made a triumphant return on Monday night, celebrating the state’s best across a record 46 categories.|
Pandemic-delayed since 2019, the no-expense-spared event ushed in 1,500 hospitality industry, community and political leaders to The Cutaway, at Barangaroo.
THE BEST BARS AND PUBS IN PORT MACQUARIE
Published Australian Traveller - 07 September 2020 . By Eliza Sholly
A bunch of new (and old) drinking dens are spicing things up in Port Macquarie, offering holidaymakers plenty of options for bar-hopping in this coastal town.
From boutique bars serving natural wine, to sunset cocktails in Mediterranean-inspired surrounds to a brewery worth 150 awards, here are eight of the best bars and pubs in Port Macquarie.
Published Daily Mail Australia - 24 March 2020
Publican serves free beer to 90 of his staff after sacking them as he is forced to close his business due to strict coronavirus social-distancing rules
A pub owner has thrown open his bar to devastated staff he had to lay off and other jobseekers hours before it was forced to close due to the coronavirus lockdown.
SETTLERS INN FINALIST FOR REGIONAL HOTEL OF THE YEAR
By Adam Murray -September 30, 2019
Port Macquarie’s Settlers Inn is regarded as one of the city’s top pubs but it could soon be up there with the state’s best. The pub was nominated alongside a list of others from the region for several big awards.
FOCUS Men in Business - Alistair Flower
How is your business planning for the future growth of our region? Settlers is in a very fortunate position to sit on 2 acres of land, and we have plenty of plans to completely utilise every inch! Our introduction of the kids’ playground has seen huge upside to our business and sits nicely with the target market of new people who are calling Port Macquarie home.
PORT MACQUARIE LOCAL GABBY BAKER RAISED MORE THAN $23,000 FOR CANCER RESEARCH BY SHAVING HER HEAD
Published Port News - 15 June 2018
These days it seems that most people know someone who has been touched with cancer and Gabby Baker is no different. After she lost her friend to the disease in January she wanted to do something to raise money for cancer research. Not necessarily for a particular cancer, but she wanted to raise money so that researchers can continue to look into new treatments, prevention and ultimately a cure.
Published on Jan 27, 2017
Jane Hillsdon from Dragonfly marketing caught up with Publican Alistair Flower about how he came to buying the Settlers Inn