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Pub Guide: Billinudgel Hotel

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Billinudgel Hotel
Get your classics at the Billinudgel Hotel.

Still going strong

At one hundred and six years old, this is truly an original and authentic Aussie pub. It’s like the Jurassic Park of hotels. Not that you’ll find living fossils at the bar, but it’s certainly an interesting place to visit. The fascia is testimony to its years of service, and it has a hand-written bistro blackboard to accompany the atmosphere.

Dining room: Beer garden; family friendly, inside/outside
Menu: Classic pub blackboard menu
Specials: Two daily dishes
Money: Light meals/kids $5–$10 includes soft drink; Mains $15–$25
Draw: Historic surrounds; walk-in dining; kids/family friendly
Open: 7 days for lunch, 12–2pm & dinner 6–8pm (Thurs–Sat till 8.30pm)
Address: 1 Wilfred St, Billinudgel
Contact: 6680 1148

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