An update on Qantas Lounges, Meeting Rooms and Valet services

Latest News|Published 16 December 2020

More of Australian domestic lounges have reopened

We know that access to our lounges is an important part of your customer’s journey, and we’ve now re-opened most of our Australian domestic operated lounges.  However, due to the recent state and territory specific restrictions implemented, there are some temporary measures in place which include lounge capacity restrictions, physical distancing requirements and changes to our food and beverage offerings.

Our reopened Australian domestic lounge network includes:

  • Qantas Business lounges: Brisbane, Canberra, Melbourne, Perth and Sydney
  • Qantas Club lounges: Adelaide, Alice Springs, Brisbane, Broome, Cairns, Coffs Harbour, Devonport, Gold Coast, Emerald, Gladstone, Hobart, Kalgoorlie, Karratha, Launceston, Mackay, Perth, Tamworth, Townsville and Sydney
  • Chairmans Lounges: Adelaide, Brisbane, Canberra, Melbourne, Perth and Sydney

The following lounges remain closed until further notice:

  • Qantas Club lounges: Canberra, Darwin, Melbourne, Port Hedland and Rockhampton
  • International lounges:  Qantas International First and International Business lounges and all international lounges operated by partner airlines for Qantas passengers.

As restrictions begin to ease, we will look to increase lounge capacity and enhanced service offerings, providing customers with the Qantas lounge experience they have always enjoyed.  

New Qantas Club memberships can now be purchased, however renewals are currently unavailable at this time.

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Qantas Meeting Rooms and Qantas Valet

Effective 6 December 2020, Qantas has permanently closed all Meeting Room services.  Additionally, Qantas Valet services in Brisbane and Adelaide has also permanently closed, however valet services in Sydney and Melbourne remain, with a planned re-opening in 2021.

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Disclaimer: *This information is correct as at 17 November 2020 but is subject to change.