The Camfield to offer visitors to Optus Stadium and Crown Perth more than just Perth’s biggest pub

The Camfield to offer visitors to Optus Stadium and Crown Perth more than just Perth’s biggest pub

VISITORS to Optus Stadium and Crown Perth will have more dining options available to them with the opening of Perth’s biggest pub, The Camfield.

Owned by The Three Pound Group and open to the public from tomorrow, the new establishment has been four years in the making and will cater to 2500 patrons over 9000sq m.

The Three Pound Group general manager Tim Mclernon said he hoped Perth people were going to enjoy what they had created.

“It’s more than just an event day pub,” he said.

“The venue will have six bars, a beer garden, separate function space, as well as a container bar and much more.”

According to Mr Mclernon, the pub will set a new standard for large scale venues and will be more than just a pre-or post-stadium venue, catering for private and corporate functions and events, weddings and families, the venue is aiming to provide something for everyone.

On the menu, expect share-style options, pizzas, and fresh, local produce that will change with the seasons.

“Expect lobster brioche rolls, Amelia Park steak sandwiches, chicken parmi, garlic prawn pizzas and more,” Mr Mclernon said.

“Our bar team has also created a beverage list which will have something for everyone, a locally focused wine selection, a small but delicious mixed drinks list as well as our onsite brewed beers.”

International beverage company Lion Nathan has also teamed up with the group to operate a state-of-the-art micro brewery within the venue, and launch a range of craft beers, through the Bevy Brewing Company.

“It has been a long journey from concept to completion but from Friday it will be open from 11am until late,” Mr Mclernon said.

“Perth is now welcome to experience The Camfield, seven days a week.”

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