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Hotels in Braidwood, New South Wales

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Braidwood Hotel

Braidwood Hotel Known as the Commercial Hotel until c2004 Following information from Kate, Publican, November 2007, Many Thanks "Built in 1859, we have owned it for 23 years during which it has undergone a huge amount of work, expensive...

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Wallace Street,
180 Wallace St
Braidwood
New South Wales 2622
Phone:
(02) 4842 2529
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Royal Mail Hotel

Royal Mail Hotel License from the Former Royal Hotel next to the Braidwood Hotel. "Originally the Royal Hotel, built in 1890 by James O'Brien. The first publican was Austin Chapman, O'Brien's son-in-law. The hotel originally had a corner entrance....

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145 Wallace St
Braidwood
NSW 2622
Phone:
02 4842 2488
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Former Albion Hotel

Former Albion Hotel

Former Albion Hotel Now an estate and antique jewellery shop. Impressive looking building.

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Cnr. Wallace and Duncan Streets, Braidwood
New South Wales 2622
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Former Court House Hotel

Former Court House Hotel

Former Court House Hotel

Wallace Street,
Braidwood
New South Wales 2622
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Former Criterion Hotel

Former Criterion Hotel

Former Criterion Hotel Established in 1870 as the Criterion Hotel, but was known as Thorpe's Hotel after generations of the Thorpe family running the hotel.

Wallace St,
Braidwood
New South Wales 2622
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Former Royal Hotel

Former Royal Hotel

Former Unknown Name Hotel The Pub highlighted to the right of the Braidwood Hotel was built in 1845. As a Pub the building was used as an Oddfellows meeting hall. It is now the museum. There was an agreement that that hotel would close when...

Main Street,
Braidwood
New South Wales 2622
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Information on Braidwood, NSW

The Pub highlighted _right_ was built in 1845 and has been closed for some time. As a Pub the building was used as an Oddfellows meeting hall.

The building in the foreground is the Braidwood Hotel which was established in 1859 as the Commercial Hotel. The hotel is slowly being restored-renovated but is open during the process.
Jon Graham GdayPubs.com.au

Located 86 klms south of Goulburn, Braidwood is a declared national Historic Trust town. Located in Capital Country Braidwood features craft shops and art galleries and is home to 2 Hotels and a Country Club. Another 5 historic buildings which were hotels but now house shops are testament to the hectic days after the discovery of gold in 1851.

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