Clubs and Hotel Analysis

Our Insights analysis for the state released last week showed that November was flat at -0.18% on 2017 (+1.58% in October). Our Clubs and Hotels analysis shows that Hotels were down by 0.46% and Clubs up by 0.19%. 

The following graph illustrates the market share trend for Clubs and Hotels. 


Qld Clubs and Hotels’ Market Share

Six out of the 19 Queensland regions experienced growth in both Clubs and Hotels in November. ADR for Hotels was $199 and Clubs with an ADR of $126.The graph below is the movement of metered win by Clubs and Hotels across Queensland since June 2017.


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The table below shows the movement of metered win in Clubs and Hotels in November by region. Central Queensland showed double-digit growth for Clubs and Brisbane West at the opposite end of the scale, 10.64% down this month. The strongest regions for Hotels this month was also in Central Queensland (+6.98%) and Darling Downs-Maranoa up 6.28%.  Certainly a mixed bag of results across the board.
Source: OLGR*Moreton Bay – North covers Caboolture, Burpengary, Redcliffe, Clontarf to Deception Bay, Narangba to Elimbah, and Bribie Island to Kilcoy.
*Moreton Bay – South covers Hills District (Everton Hills etc.) to Dayboro, Samford Valley, Strathpine to North Lakes including Bray Park and Kallangur.
*Central Queensland (previously named Fitzroy) covers Central Highlands LGA, Banana LGA, Gladstone LGA and Rockhampton LGA.
*Darling Downs – Maranoa covers Maranoa LGA, Balonne LGA, Goondiwindi LGA, Southern Downs LGA, West of the Toowoomba LGA, Western Downs LGA.How was your metered win compared to your region this month? 


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