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All reviews cold beer great hotel broken hill great outback big beer garden staff were very friendly mad max steak sandwich t shirts motel style accommodation food was fantastic true outback movies filmed lots of character iconic place bacon main bar
The donkeys were walking down the street as we arrived in the town and happily made their way to the pub front door. Both of them stood in the doorway and politely requested attention. Waited patiently for their brunch and allowed us to pat them...More
We all loved Silverton Pub! Great places for a beer and yard. Daughter loved the local donkeys and even though’s only little she loved all of the memoralabia in the pub.
The wife took on “The Challenge” and passed with flying colours.
Anyway, it was...More
Unfortunately we only had an hour early one morning to have a look around before we drove to Adelaide. Firstly what a great little town. Plenty of history and so different to anywhere we've been to before. The great old buildings, donkeys roaming wild in...More
A very good atmosphere at the pub with lots of photos of celebrities visiting the town for the making of movies. Other interesting memorabilia on the walls and ceiling. The town donkeys decided to visit whilst we were there and kept pushing open the door...More
Great Pub with an excellence rustic atmosphere!
Staff lovely and funny. Very funny signs and interesting things hanging from the walls and ceiling. This pub has been seen many films been made here like Mad Max2,Strangerland – 2014 (Hugo Weaving / Nicole Kidman),Dirty Deeds –...More
In winter not too many tourists, bar food is on all day. Staff friendly. Lots of quirky signs and memorabilia. Food was excellent. Parma for a farmer was worth supporting. If in the area you must call here for a cleansing ale or two!
We popped in for a quick beer after visiting the Mad Max Museum. The pub is nice but the lady behind the bar had a bad attitude and was rude to patrons. It stood out as everywhere w have been locally, the people are so...More