Just a stones throw from the stunning Ettalong Beach, the recently renovated Ettalong features modern facilities with a sunny beer garden & dedicated sports bar with big screen TV. The family friendly Sandbar Bistro, compete with Kid's Room, serves sensational seafood and is the perfect venue for catching up with friends & family.
A Macarthur institution, there is something for everyone at the multifaceted Narellan Hotel. From the dedicated Sports Bar with multiple big screens to the Terrace & al fresco Patio, there is plenty of space for entertaining. The expansive lawn and playground keep the kids busy whilst The Pavilion serves seasonal dishes & pub classics paired with creative cocktails & a curated wine list.
A quintessential country pub ideal for a catch up with family or friends over a bite to eat or casual drinks in the traditional front bar. Multiple open fire places make The Family cosy in winter and the outdoor deck perfect in summer. Enjoy a meal in the Bistro or stay the night in one of twelve comfortable rooms.
Located in the centre of the beautiful country town of Tamworth, The Tudor boasts the best pub grub in town and the only Rooftop Terrace, perfect for sunny afternoons and balmy evenings. With four floors featuring indoor and alfresco dining, a dedicated events space with private bar and twelve rooms of accomodation.
Located in the heart of Richmond, RGs as it affectionately known is a longstanding local favourite with friendly staff and great service. A classic pub with broad appeal where you can enjoy a quality meal and cold beverage in a relaxed setting.
The Commercial Hotel claims the title of Dubbo's oldest pub, having been established in 1859. The Mersh, as it is known locally is a favourite around town due to its superb pub food and friendly staff. Boasting a big screen for sport fanatics, large beer garden & courtyard for sun seekers and a kids play area for families, The Mersh really does have something for everyone!
Fun fact: Joe's is the birthplace of The Tamworth Country Music Festival and even has a song written by Slim Dusty. With a family friendly bistro serving the best rissoles in town, alfresco dining and a great range of cold beer, you too will feel at ease and welcome in the friendly atmosphere at Joe's.
Located in the heart of Waterloo, a stones throw from trendy Danks Street The Grosvenor is a quaint pub that serves the local community. It's position on a sunny corner block, makes it the ideal watering hole for those looking for a quiet drink among friendly locals & staff.
As the areas oldest Hotel, The New Hampton knows a thing or two about drinking & dining. Featuring an eclectic, rustic style, fused with urban elegance and sophistication you will immediately feel relaxed in the cosy surrounds & forget you're in the heart of Kings Cross.
Located in the heart of Historic Camden, The Royal is the go-to destination for great food, cold drinks & live entertainment. From the dedicated sports bar, comfortably stylish & family friendly bistro to the spacious dining room, you'll love the many different faces of The Royal. Chef Chris McGrath delivers some of the best pub food in Camden.
The Kelso Hotel is a heritage listed hotel with motel accommodation on the Sydney Road enroute to Bathurst. The family friendly venue features a large dining room with an adjoining kid's playground, sunny veranda & 12 ensuite rooms to stay the night. With a menu that features a great range of Pub Classics & Chef's creative weekly specials, it's a favourite dining destination amongst locals.
The Riv as it is known has been quenching Wagga Wagga's thirst for over 170 years. A favourite local with heritage feels and some of the best counter meals in town. The perfect spot for a drink or meal alfresco or for sport lovers to pull a seat in front of the big screen.
Kyogle's best for some good old fashioned country hospitality and accommodation since 1928. With a Sports bar and Bistro we have a great range of food and beverage options to suit the whole family.
Built in 1882, the Commonwealth Hotel is a Cooks Hill and Newcastle institution!First called the Cosmopolitan Hotel, the hotel’s name was changed to the Commonwealth Hotel in 1901 to celebrate Australia’s federation. Locals past and present affectionately know the hotel as simply “the Commy.”