Dee Why Hotel, Dee Why

schooner glass tipping 1943

Last Boxing Day was not a happy one for mine host, Nev Tipping, of the Dee Why Hotel, Sydney. And yet it should have been. He had plenty of beer, a great number of customers, excellent drinking weather, and 2,000 brand-new schooner glasses. At closing time he only had 600 schooners left. Of the 2,000, over 1,000 were so damaged that they cannot be used again, and 400 were stolen.

-Smith’s Weekly, January 9 1943.

Dee Why Hotel 1949 ANU

Dee Why Hotel, Dee Why NSW, 1949. Photo: Noel Butlin Archives, Australian National University.

The Tipping family – father, Nev and wife, Emily, along with their son, Nigel – hosted the Dee Why Hotel from 1935 to 1954. The patriach of the family, Nev, died in 1951.


Bar Tips

If you would like to support my work, you can leave a small tip here of $2, or several small tips, just increase the amount as you like. Your generous patronage of my work and research, however small it appears to you, will greatly help me with my continuing costs.

A$2.00



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