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Robyn Atherton - Pubs, Publicans & People - 16 July 2016

Robyn Atherton has released her second edition of Pubs, Publicans & People - A Catalogue of Hotels in the History of Harden Shire. www.gdaypubs.com.au/publications.html The aim of the publication was to record the fact that many hotels... more »

Former Royal Hotel, Mossman - 29 February 2016

Update from Christopher Dempsey The Royal Hotel Mossman QLD was destroyed by fire 30/9/2011 picture is from Newsport.com.Chris from Queensland www.newsport.com.au/Royal-destroyed-in-blaze-NEWSPORT.6505.0.htm... Thanks Chris we weren't... more »

Marsden Tavern Yeppoon - 19 February 2016

Cheers to Reilly Marsden for adding the MarsdenTavern Marsden Tavern Yeppoon A popular local destination! more »

Burdekin Hotel Ayr Queensland is back and serving Ayr - 17 February 2016

The Burdekin Hotel has reopened (December 2015) after two years of being closed. New exterior and looking good! Drop by and say Gday to Mark Photo December 2015 submitted by Mark Hunter, Many Thanks more »

Scott Whitaker - Railway Hotels of Victoria - 7 February 2016

Scott Whitaker has released his first volume of Railway Hotels of Australia, - "Railway Hotels of Victoria" Order your copy A great read and very comprehensive. Scott will be publishing books State by State, cant wait for the next volume.... more »

Yarloop Hotel WA Destroyed by Fire - 7 February 2016

Former Yarloop Hotel Sadly destroyed by bushfire 11/01/2016. More than 143 properties were destroyed in the town, 128 of them homes. www.abc.net.au/news/2016-01-11/yarloop-residents-angry-over-fire-response-wa/7080028 The hotel was originally... more »

John Flynn - 3 February 2016

You might like to include the following in your article about the above pub Known for over 50 years as "Flynn of the Inland," John Flynn was born on November 25, 1880, in the small country township of Moliagul in central Victoria, Australia.... more »

Six o'Clock Swill - 1 February 2016

If you are in Victoria you could well be celebrating the 50th anniversary of the end of six o'clock early closing on this day. Spurred by the temperance movement early closing was introduced across 5 states. It was abolished in NSW in 1955,... more »

Another Pub lost to fire - 11 January 2016

Pittsworth QLD has lost the Tatterstall Hotel. Tragically with the loss of one life. Photo 1992 courtesy Robert Aspinal more »

Ronsard Bay Tavern reopened - 11 January 2016

Established circa 1990 and made from rammed earth, reopened as Cervantes Bar and Bistro Photo submitted by Peter Simpfendorfer, Many Thanks more »

Kandanga Loses its 100 year old Pub! - 14 December 2015

12/12 the neighbours were woken to the Kandanga Hotel ablaze. Fire brigades from neighbouring communities were unable to stop the Pub from being completely destroyed. www.gympietimes.com.au/news/kandanga-pub-has-burnt-ground/287131...... more »

Radio National visits the Former Australasian Hotel, Eden - 2 December 2015

Thanks to Andrew Davies, Producer, ABC Radio National and Vanessa Milton, Journalist, for sharing their Earshot piece on the Australasian Hotel and the effects of Pubs closing. Vanessa's story covers some of the characters in the Pub, the history... more »

Kirk on Harris now the Dunkirk again - 1 December 2015

From Bob McKenzie. We had a beer in 'The Dunkirk Hotel' across the road. Its last name on your website is 'Kirk on Harris', now it's back to 'The Dunkirk', as it once was. Thanks Bob, it was the Dunkirk up to 2000 when it become the Kirk on... more »

South Australian Pubs - 1 December 2015

Thanks to John Langford from Langfords Hotel Brokers for adding these updated Pub pics from South Australia The Crown Victor Harbour Cornwall Hotel Moonta Cornwall Hotel Moonta Rising Sun Hotel Auburn Hotel Southwark Hotel Thebarton Photo... more »

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