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Former Kikoira Hotel in Kikoira

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Former Kikoira Hotel

Former Kikoira Hotel

This is a direct quote from "On Tap" A cavalcade of trivia and tall stories celebrating 200 years of the Australian Pubs, written by Mark McKay. Published in 1999.
"The most famous patron of the Wyalong Hotel in NSW was Jack Clancy, who would empty his bag of snakes (and consequently, the bar) if he did not receive a free drink. The Wyalong Hotel was delicenced in the early 1930's, and dismantled and moved to Kikiora, eighty seven kilometres away. It is not known if Clancy was invited to the reopening."

Former Kikoira Hotel
Former Kikoira Hotel
Photo 02/1990
Photo: D Allerton, Many Thanks
Information Courtesy of Jon G, Many Thanks

The attached photo was taken in February 1990 and the hotel closed in March 1990.
The photo was taken by David Allerton, whilst on a rail tour in the area.

Ungarie Street,
Kikoira
New South Wales 2669

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