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Brisbane City QueenslandDeath & TaxesIf one thing is certain, Members are in for a treat at Death and Taxes. Inspired by the underground bars of Paris and London, this whisky lover’s hot spot is hidden in a heritage-listed warehouse in Burnett Lane. Death and Taxes holds a draw-dropping four-metre-tall back bar lined with more than 6...
Fortitude Valley QueenslandSavile RowAlthough the 750-bottle-strong back bar glowing behind an opulent chandelier might seem like the star of Savile Row’s show, you are. Brisbane’s relatively new kid on the block aims to deliver a bespoke experience. So Members, sit at the sturdy mahogany bar or perch yourself upstairs and look...
Palm Beach QueenslandThe Scottish PrinceTucked down an arcade in Palm Beach, The Scottish Prince is a whisky temple on the Gold Coast. As well as a drool-inducing whisky list from across the globe, there’s also a killer cocktail, beer and wine menu, too. Members can soak up the nautical vibes in the main bar or hideaway in the priva...
Hobart TasmaniaLark DistilleryThis is where it all began, Members. Lark Distillery is the home of Tasmanian whisky, and Bill Lark is the godfather of the dram who ignited the whisky explosion across the state, and the country. This whisky mecca on Hobart’s iconic waterfront is a must-visit for any whisky lover. With more t...
Canberra Australian Capital TerritoryAKIBAAkiba’s logo is a red lightning bolt, and it suits. The energy in the Canberra bar is electric. With its neon lights and walls plastered in Japanese street scenes, Members will feel like they’re in a buzzing East Asian food hall. There’re stellar whiskies on offer, and also the largest sak...
Adelaide South AustraliaSuzie Wong BarThis seriously cool speakeasy-style bar takes whisky seriously, too. Hidden in modern Russian restaurant Red October, it’s home to Adelaide’s biggest collection of whisky. Members can descend the staircase and meet face-to-face with more than 500 whiskies. If the whisky offering isn’t enou...