The Commercial Hotel is the oldest surviving licensed pub in Port Adelaide, South Australia. The Commercial Inn was established in 1841, but gutted by fire in 1857. Rebuilt as the Commercial Hotel in 1869, the pub continues to trade at the south-east corner of Commercial Road and Divett Street, Port Adelaide (20121).
Hotel collects for Largs Bay Orphanage
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