Jumping Goats Bar

Margate

Jumping Goats Bar is the first small bar to open in the charming bayside suburb of Margate on the Redcliffe peninsula.

Offering a laid back vibe in keeping with its seaside location, Jumping Goats is a welcome addition to this sleepy English-style neighbourhood. 

Jumping Goats Bar Margate

All beverages here are sourced from local microbreweries, Queensland boutique wineries and Australian spirits where possible.

Jumping Goats bar

On tap at Jumping Goats Bar are a rotating selection of beers including White Brick (North Lakes), Brendale Brewing Co, Newstead Brewing Co, and All Inn (Banyo). Boutique local beers include Stone & Wood (Byron Bay), Green Beacon (Newstead), Slipstream (Yeerongpilly) and Brouhaha (Maleny).

Jumping Goats Bar Margate

Jumping Goats Bar also serves cocktails as well as plenty of Granite Belt wines, small batch spirits and Dad's Own Cider (Indooroopilly).

Jumping Goats Bar Margate

The bar is both dog and family-friendly and it is worth mentioning that patrons are most welcome to bring their own snacks, or order take away/delivery from the local Thai, Chinese and pizza shops to help wash down a beer or two.

Jumping Goats Bar margate

In a nutshell - Cosy neighbourhood bar located on the Redcliffe Peninsula with an emphasis on serving locally brewed beer, wine and spirits.

Need to know - Car park accessible via Ewan St.

By Lucy Hordern

Jumping Goats Bar

295 Oxley Ave

Margate

Opening hours

0414 331 634

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