Gundagai's Art Deco period Criterion Hotel is a friendly country pub serving good solid pub-style food and drinks. There's a great outdoor deck too. The staff are friendly and helpful. The Criterion, however, has a special surprise for visitors in the form of a series of murals painted in the 1960s by Arnold (Don) St Claire. They depict the tragedy of the great flood which hit the town in 1852 with great loss of life, and the escapades of local bushrangers.
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