Rugby Union's Bledisloe Cup is contested by the Australia national rugby union team and New Zealand national rugby union team. It is named after Lord Bledisloe, the former Governor-General of New Zealand who donated the trophy in 1931. The trophy was designed in New Zealand by Nelson Isaac, and crafted by Walker and Hall in Sheffield, England. It is physically the largest trophy in world rugby.

Come watch the two games live and loud at this venue.

Game 1 - Saturday, August 8 at 8pm
Wallabies vs. All Blacks
Live from ANZ Stadium, Sydney

Game 2 - Saturday, August 15 at 5:30pm
All Blacks vs. Wallabies
Live from Eden Park, Auckland

It's better at the pub!

  • Start - Saturday 8th August 2015
    End - Saturday 15th August 2015
  • This is a FREE event
  • 18+ Only - Photo ID required
  • Game 1: 8pm
    Game 2: 5.30pm
  • 42 Venues in NSW, QLD, VIC

The Royal Queensland Show is not only a showcase for Brisbane, but a great month to exhibit all things country at the Breakfast Creek Hotel.

The "Brekky Creek" has a longstanding history with the Show week campaign and is very excited to again bid at the Ekka Auctions for the Grand Champion in the Prime Steer and the Grand Champion LED Steer. The Brekky Creek has been successful for a number of years in its quest to outbid the highest offers and looks forward to this event every year as an initial component of their now famous Annual LED Steer Charity Luncheon held later in the year.

To celebrate the Royal QLD Show, the Brekky Creek will hold its own Show Week Campaign from August 10th to 16th with a very special food offer inviting patrons to tackle the, "Outback Rump" – a 600gram Char grilled Prime Rump dusted in Aussie Bush spices, served with a corn on the cob, Beer battered chips and home-made Beer relish for only $38. This specialty meal is a delicious and flavoursome cut of prime quality steak that will satisfy even the heartiest of country appetites.

August sees a host of traditional Show Week feature functions, with the 13th consecutive "City Meets Country" event hosting approximately 250guests from Ray White Rural and Bentley's corporate, and the "Rocky Round-up" meet-up with approx 50of Central Queensland's finest cowboys at their Annual luncheon.

People's Day at the Brekky Creek is a treasured date on the entertainment calendar, and this Wednesday 12th August is not to be missed! In the spirit of good old country hospitality, the Brekky Creek Hotel will play host to a farmyard animal petting zoo, allowing the kiddies to get up close and personal with their favourite furry and feathered friends. Kids can enjoy a cuddle with a lamb, a goat and some chooks amongst other animals in this safe enclosure, offering a memorable country experience. A face painting station will be set up to further entertain the littlies and with LIVE entertainment in the substation no. Rum Bar it is a wholesome family day of fun. Paired with a steak and Beer off the Wood, what more could you ask for on your day off!?

Bookings are recommended. Please phone 3262 5988.

The 2015 Rugby World Cup is scheduled to be the eighth Rugby World Cup, the quadrennial rugby union world championship. The tournament will be hosted by England from 18 September to 31 October 2015. Twickenham in London will host the final.

England was chosen to host the competition in July 2009, beating rival bids from Italy, Japan and South Africa. The competition's organisers, Rugby World Cup Limited, had recommended England to the International Rubgy Board (IRB; now known as World Rugby.

Of the 20 teams competing at the 2015 World Cup, 12 of them qualified by finishing in the top three places in their pools in the 2011 World Cup. The other eight teams qualified through regional competition. Of the 20 countries that competed in the previous World Cup in 2011, there was only one change – Uruguay replaced Russia.

The eighth Rugby World Cup, the quadrennial rugby union world championship, will be hosted by England from 18 September to 31 October 2015.

Twickenham Stadium in London will host the final and screen timing for Australia is unfortunate, however but the next best place to watch the series on the biggest beer garden screen in Brisbane is at the Breakfast Creek Hotel!

Aussie Aussie Aussie!

The ONLY way to watch the your favourite sport is on our BRAND NEW SONY SEVEN SQUARE METRE LED SCREEN in the Staghorn Beer Garden – at 7 square metres, it's HUGE!

Can you think of a better way to watch the game you love? Steak, beer and a massive screen that will make you feel as if you are inside all the action!

With a second large plasma screen in freshly renovated Substation No.41 RUM BAR you and your friends can relax on the new decking and lounge area, adding a whole new meaning to cricket with your mates.