THE PORT CLUB is open but patrons will notice some changes to how it operates.

The Bob McLean Bar and gaming room will re-open with a modified snack menu available however the bistro will remain closed for the time being and opening hours will be modified.

The club will use the bistro’s closure as an opportunity to progress planning for a redevelopment including a club museum, paying tribute to 150 years of history.

Ongoing AFL COVID restrictions on the club’s football program concerning the minimization of public interaction with players and coaches mean regular events at the Port Club such as ‘Talking Footy’ will not resume for now.

The Oval Rooms function centre upstairs at the Port Club will also remain closed to the public.

The Port Club prides itself on being the home of the Port Adelaide Football Club community and we thank our members and patrons for their support and understanding as the Club navigates its way through this re-opening phase.


Operating hours from Monday 29 June will be:

  • Mon – Thurs 8.30am – 10pm
  • Fri – Sat 8.30am – 12midnight
  • Sun 10am – 10pm


For further information please call the Port Club team on 8447 9902 or you can email Any updated information will also be released on our Facebook page.

The Prince of Wales licensed venue at 215 Port Road, Queenstown, will also re-open with some modifications to its usual operation.

The bistro at “The Prince” will remain closed but the bar and gaming rooms will reopen at 10am on Monday.

Its hours will be Mon – Sun 10am – 1am.