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Join the Gday Pubs team, travelling around Australia, bringing you our great Australian Pubs since 1998. Find travellers information about our outback and country Hotels - accommodation, photography, history, facilities, beers on tap, Pubobilia and perhaps meet some locals.
Find Pubs and plan a trip using maps or lists. On your way to the Local, Check out the Pub maidens galleries and Pubobilia. We also pay homage to pubs of our past.
Publicans: listing is free and we appreciate your pics, stories and information! Please send pics and any information. Cheers!
Aussie Pubs are a window to their town and it's history and a great place to meet . You can be dined, lunch and dinner, entertained, enjoy a room from clean budget accommodation to adjoining 4 star Motel Units. Most of all enjoy the Hospitality.
Use our maps to plan weekends (or lifetimes) touring and visiting Pubs around Oz.
Most of the Pub photos and information is sent to us by Pub enthusiasts from all over the country and this site is a huge group effort. Cheers!
Candelo Hotel - 16 May 2013
Thanks to the Candelo and Michael Shaw for an updated Pic of the Family Hotel after being repainted in April. Looks Great ! Cheers Photo courtesy Michael Shaw, ManyThanks Photo date: May 2013 more »
George IV Hotel Picton from Lloyd Gerdes - 23 April 2013
One of our earliest Pubs ! The pub was officially opened in 1839 George IV Hotel, Picton Thanks for the Photo Lloyd. more »
Victoria Hotel, Tallangatta - 8 April 2013
Thanks Sharon for adding the Victoria Hotel Great Pub, claims best meals in town ! more »
Grand Hotel Clermont - 7 April 2013
Would anyone have a photo of the Grand Hotel prior to the new Grand Hotel being built. The old Grand Hotel is a link to my family history research. Thanks Susan Bowes Photo: current Grand Hotel. Photo... more »
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Photo courtesy Glenn Ryan 2012
04/04/2012. Solved by Christopher Dempsey. It definately is exactly the same building as the former Star Lodge Hotel Narrandera with the pic on the passport reversed. Cheers Chris. Amazing effort to find that.
From Rhonda Cahill who found a watermark of a Pub in her Aussie passport. We had never heard of that so this could be the only instance of a Pub being used. The pic features a Hotel and an early and later model Holden. Later model for when the pic was probably taken.
We would really like to be able to answer Rhondas question of which Pub is this that has been viewd and stamped by people all over the world.
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Royal Cricketers Arms Hotel
Prospect (Sydney), NSW
Albion (Brisbane), QLD
Former Centennial Hotel
Broken Hill, NSW