Qantas Frequent Flyer

Earn Qantas Points at Rockpool Group Restaurants

Rockpool Dining

Qantas Frequent Flyers can now earn (and redeem) Qantas Points when they dine out at one of the Rockpool Dining Group’s 60 restaurants and bars across Australia. As an introductory offer, Rockpool are offering double points on your dinner bill. This offer will be in place until the end of May, 2018.

Earning at Rockpool Group

Under the new offer, the number of points you earn varies with the classification of the restaurant. For Premium and Casual Restaurants the earn rate is 4 points per dollar, while Fast Casual restaurants offer 2 points per dollar.

After May 31, 2018, this will revert to the ongoing rate of 2 points (Premium, Casual) and 1 point per dollar (Fast Casual).

Premium and Casual Restaurants

Until May 31, 2018, you can earn 4 points per dollar at the following restaurants

  • Jade Temple,
  • Sake Restaurant & Bar,
  • Spice Temple,
  • The Cut Bar & Grill,
  • Rockpool Bar & Grill,
  • Rosetta,
  • Ananas,
  • El Camino Cantina,
  • Fratelli Fresh,
  • Bavarian Bier Cafe,
  • The Bavarian,
  • Munich Brauhaus and
  • The Argyle.

Fast Casual

Until May 31, 2018, you can earn 2 points per dollar at

  • Burger Project,
  • Fratelli Famous and
  • Saké Jr.

In order to earn Qantas Points, you will need to provide your Qantas Frequent Flyer member number to the venue at the time of payment. If you are unable to provide your Qantas Frequent Flyer membership number at the time of transaction, you will be unable to earn Qantas Points.

You will be able to earn even more points if you pay with an Qantas Points earning credit card, And if you want to triple dip on the points, remember to make your reservation through Qantas Restaurants.

Redeeming Points

Rockpool and Qantas are offering members the opportunity to pay for part of their bill with Qantas Points. The rate being offered for this is 4,000 Qantas Points for a $20 reduction in the bill. This effectively values a Qantas Point at 0.5c. While this is par for the course on these types of offers, most people will find better value for their points elsewhere

About the author

Mark

Mark is the founder of FlyStayPoints, and caught the travel bug early in life. He discovered the benefits of travel loyalty programs in 2001, and is always learning how they can make travel better.

While work takes him between Perth and Melbourne, he is always plotting his next adventure.