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Henry Lawson was apparently not enamoured with Hungerford, but we had really yummy fresh steak sandwiches for lunch at the Royal Mail Hotel, which we enjoyed very much. There is plenty of historical info on display. Somehow the proprietor keeps the place spotlessly clean -...More
I drove up from Bourke via Fords Bridge and despite the drama of my car and van I could not have asked for a better place to stop and stay.
Graham - and his side kick- Fatty were great hosts. First class story tellers and...More
First class accommodation in cabin. Good food. Friendly staff and locals, all made for a great stay. Population 10. Met them all and made to feel most welcome. Every bush pub should be like this. Would be glad to revisit.
This is a real outback pub , great people authentic building and good old camp oven food cooked on a huge open fire in the beer garden at the side of hotel. The people out here appreciate every visitor they get.The border gates on the...More
We booked for 2 nights and stayed 3....and could have stayed longer. As the previous review says - this is an amazing place. Top marks for hospitality and warm welcome. The pub is one of the oldest in Queensland and accommodation and bath shed could...More