NSW hotels

Minmi Hotel

THE Minmi Hotel is the last man standing in a mining settlement that once boasted a dozen places to wet your whistle. By the late 1870s, the township had 500 men employed at the colliery and business was good at… Read More ›

The Holmesville Hotel

TO think that the Holmesville Hotel was almost lost as a house of hospitality! Time Gents visited the West Wallsend district in NSW over the weekend, dropping into a few of the historic pubs, on what was rainy, miserable Queens… Read More ›

Woolpack Hotel, Parramatta

LIKE GOOD WINE. Mr. T. Lockett, mine host of the Woolpack Hotel, Parramatta, with his speedy filly Lady Garlock, who recently won two races at Menangle. –The Cumberland Argus (Parramatta, NSW) Thursday 28 March 1929 THE GLAD HAND. Messrs, A…. Read More ›

Emu Hotel, Parramatta

WITH HIS THROAT CUT. Sydney, Tuesday. An old age pensioner named James Lawson was found today in a stable at the Emu Hotel, Parramatta, with his throat cut. He had been seeking admission to the asylum. He is in a critical… Read More ›