HCS was established by Ian Tregoning and Graham Hobbs. After acquiring the Hotel Victor in South Australia in 1993, Ian and Graham went on to procure and redevelop a number of hotels throughout the state.
Entering the Queensland market in the mid-90s, fast-forward to today and HCS now has freeholds, leaseholds, and management agreements in place across both Queensland and South Australia, with 18 taverns, 6 clubs, 4 retail outlets and 1,700 gaming machines under HCS management.
In Queensland alone, HCS has 6 clubs and 1 tavern currently under management. These include LIONS@springwood, CSi Club Southport, Goodna Services Club, Gaythorne RSL, CSI Club Services Ipswich, Eagle Tavern, and Club Burleigh. Managing over 1,150 gaming machines in Queensland, these operations currently generate over $700 million per annum in gaming revenue.
In the last decade, HCS has specialized in rescuing distressed venues and providing rectification strategies across debt management, renovations, gaming machine acquisitions, strategic planning, and marketing. These venues are brought in under our hospitality business and are given the advantage of our buying power as well as our unrivaled experience in day-to-day venue management.