Welcome to Gday Pubs
Join the Gday Pubs team, travelling around Australia, bringing you our great Australian Pubs since 1998. Find travellers information about our outback and country Hotels - accommodation, photography, history, facilities, beers on tap, Pubobilia and perhaps meet some locals.
Find Pubs and plan a trip using maps or lists. On your way to the Local, Check out the Pub maidens galleries and Pubobilia. We also pay homage to pubs of our past.
Publicans: listing is free and we appreciate your pics, stories and information! Please send pics and any information. Cheers!
Aussie Pubs are a window to their town and it's history and a great place to meet . You can be dined, lunch and dinner, entertained, enjoy a room from clean budget accommodation to adjoining 4 star Motel Units. Most of all enjoy the Hospitality.
Use our maps to plan weekends (or lifetimes) touring and visiting Pubs around Oz.
Most of the Pub photos and information is sent to us by Pub enthusiasts from all over the country and this site is a huge group effort. Cheers!
Archer Hotel Rockhampton - Lost to fire - 1 January 2018
The Archer Hotel, formerly known as the Balmoral Hotel, caught fire, burning the abandoned pub to the ground. more »
Tragedy Strikes Travellers Rest Hotel Thorpdale - 10 April 2017
Tragedy struck the Travellers Rest Hotel in Thorpdale, Victoria on 4th April 2017 when it went up in flames in the middle of the night and took the life of the local publican John Bantock. The pub had... more »
A walk down memory lane in Halifax, QLD - 16 February 2017
G'day, On a recent trip to North Queensland I made a small detour and visited Halifax. My father's family immigrated to Halifax years before WW2; my grandfather cut sugar cane (by hand), my father started... more »
Gday Pubs Mailbox
G’day G’day Pubs
Your website says you’re looking to find the longest bar in Australia?
Well my names Davyd Hooper owner of Kambalda Hotel and I’d like to stake claim to having the longest bar in Australia at over 60m2 in length.
From what I can see with the Mildura Workers Clubs been redeveloped and Captains Flat being split in half the records clear.
Would you be interested in setting the story straight? Well you’re welcome to visit us and have a drink on me, but don’t forget… bring your tape measure.
Cheers Davyd Hooper
Photo courtesy Davyd Hooper