Victoria’s Oldest Pub License

commercial inn portland victoria 1934
THE Gordon Hotel, Portland, built by the Henty family in the early days. The timber,   which was pit sawn, was brought from Tasmania, whilst the doors are of European cedar. Originally the building had a shingle roof.
Sydney Mail Wednesday 29 August 1934.
gordon hotel portland plaque
The Gordon Hotel, located at 63 Bentinck Street Portland, was established in 1842 as the Commercial Inn and was rebuilt as the Gordon Hotel in 1890. The hotel is still trading under the oldest continuous license issued in Victoria.
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