PUBLIC HOLIDAY: What's open and closed in Gladstone today

TODAY marks the Queen's Birthday public holiday.

Many businesses in Gladstone will be open today despite the holiday.

However some may have different trading hours compared to normal days.

What's open?

SUPERMARKETS: 

Drakes Supa IGA Gladstone Toolooa: Until 8pm

Drake Supermarkets have taken on another IGA store in Gladstone. Brook Osmond is happy to be working for Drake.
Drake Supermarkets have taken on another IGA store in Gladstone. Brook Osmond is happy to be working for Drake. Brenda Strong

Drakes Supa IGA, Sun Valley: Until 9pm

Night Owl Convenience is open till midnight

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Woolworths, Valley Shopping Centre: 8.30am-5.30pm  

Woolworths, Kin Kora: 8.30am-5.30pm

Coles, Dawson Hwy: 8.30am-5.30pm

CAFES/ EATERIES: 

Muffin Break at Gladstone Charter Square

Jham Bar

Miss India

Light Box

WITH IT: Lightbox business owner Peter Hawkins is on top of new technologies and innovations driving small businesses.
WITH IT: Lightbox business owner Peter Hawkins is on top of new technologies and innovations driving small businesses. Paul Braven

Coffee Club: 7am-3pm

Subway - Night Owl Centre and CBD:  8am to 8pm

Brumby's Bakery, Valley Shopping Centre: 6.30am-5.30pm

Gelaspresso: 7.30am-9pm

Gelaspresso Photo Mike Richards / The Observer
Gelaspresso Photo Mike Richards / The Observer Mike Richards GLA200616BURG

BARS / PUBS: 

Young Australian Hotel: 10am-1am

Harvey Road Tavern: 10am-4.30am

Central Lane Hotel: 10am-4.30am (Lunch: 11.30am-2.30pm, Dinner: 5.30-8.30pm)

Reef Hotel: 10am-3am or 5am (Lunch: 11.30am-2.30pm, Dinner: 5.30-8.30pm)

RETAIL: 

Rip Curl, Windmill Centre: 9am-4pm 

Connor Clothing (Stocklands Shopping Centre): 10am-4pm

Autobarn: Open until 4pm

RM Williams: Open 12pm

What's closed?

Gladstone Regional Council Libraries

Calliope: 

What's open? 

Calliope Supa IGA: Until 9pm

Boyne/Tannum: 

What's open? 

Bakin' BITS (bakery): Open until 1pm

Agnes Water: 

What's open? 

FoodWorks: 6.30am-8pm

Discovery Coast Environment group treasurer Amber Lowcock, chairman Tanya Puglisi with Burnett MP Stephen Bennett and Foodworks Agnes Water owner Pete Kinder. - Plastic bag free campaign launch at Agnes Water.Photo Paul Braven / The Observer
Discovery Coast Environment group treasurer Amber Lowcock, chairman Tanya Puglisi with Burnett MP Stephen Bennett and Foodworks Agnes Water owner Pete Kinder. - Plastic bag free campaign launch at Agnes Water.Photo Paul Braven / The Observer Paul Braven

SPAR: 6.45am-7.30pm. 



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