Qantas to open more lounges from December 2


Qantas will be opening additional lounges across Australia from December 2. There is also good news for those that have access to the Chairman’s Lounge. Qantas is looking to open these lounges on December 9.

This follows the additional round of opening lounges that started back in July. At that time, it was thought they’d be all open. But as we know, things didn’t quite follow that plan.

While there are more lounges opening, there is still a group of lounges that will remain closed until further notice.

Lounges Opening 2 December

The following lounges are currently scheduled to open on December 2

2 December 2020 Qantas Business lounges:

Qantas Club lounges:
Brisbane, Devonport, Gold Coast, Hobart, Launceston, Perth, and Sydney


While it’s good to see the Club Lounges open in Brisbane, Perth, and Sydney, it brings bad news to Qantas Club and Gold Frequent Flyers. For the last few months, these members had been able to access the domestic Business Lounges. With the reopening of the Club Lounges, they will no longer have access to those lounges.

Having said that, it is perhaps some good news for those in Melbourne. For now, Qantas will only be opening the Business Lounge. This means Qantas Club and Gold Frequent Flyers will get a bit of an upgrade.

Chairman’s Lounges – 9 December

Qantas will reopen the Chairman’s Lounges across Australia on 9 December. Good news if you are eligible!

9 December 2020 Chairmans lounges:
Adelaide, Brisbane, Canberra, Melbourne, Perth, and Sydney

Will Open Later

After this round of lounge openings, there will still be a group of lounges that remain closed. For now, these are shown in the following table.

Remain closed until further notice Qantas Club lounges:
Canberra, Darwin, Melbourne, Port Headland and Rockhampton

International lounges:
Qantas International First and International Business lounges
All international lounges operated by partner airlines for Qantas passengers



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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.