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Hotels in Gulgong, New South Wales

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Centennial Hotel

Centennial Hotel The oldest hotel in Gulgong with Pub style accommodation and Dining room with open log fire.

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141-143 Mayne St
Gulgong,
New South wales 2852

Phone:
02 6374 1241
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Commercial Hotel

Commercial Hotel * Bistro, * TAB. * Pub accommodation, shared facilities. Tariff includes continental breakfast. The only two storey hotel in town

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106 Mayne St
Gulgong
New South Wales 2852

Phone:
02 63742070
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Post Office Hotel

Post Office Hotel * Counter meals breakfast on request, * one room with ensuite * Other rooms pub style accommodation have internal access and shared bathroom facilities

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97 Herbert St
Gulgong,
New South Wales 2852

Phone:
02 6374 1031
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Prince of Wales Hotel

Prince of Wales Hotel Established 1880's * Restaurant 7 days Lunch and Dinner * Five rooms equipped with TV, air conditioning, electric blankets, bar fridge, tea/coffee making facilities and shared bathrooms. Also available are seven newly...

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97 Mayne St
Gulgong,
New South Wales 2852

Phone:
02 6374 1166
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Former Commercial Hotel

Former Commercial Hotel

Former Commercial Hotel Built in 1890 replacing W.Selfs Hotel.

Former Unknown Pub

Former Unknown Pub

Former Unknown Pub Does anyone know the history of this former Pub

102 Mayne Street Cnr Cope
Gulgong
New South Wales

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Information on Gulgong, NSW 2852

Photo 18/08/2008

The Fancy Goods Emporium as on the $10 note

Photo submitted by Gary Pope, Many Thanks

Old gold mining town. Once the home of Henry Lawson.

extracted from: www.smh.com.au/news/New-South-Wales/Gulgong/2005/02/17/1108500193668.html:

Mayne St has the Greatest Wonders of the World, the Fancy Goods Emporium, the Ten Dollar Town Motel (originally the Royal Hotel) and the American Tobacco Warehouse. The latter was one element of the montage on the old Australian $10 note. However, as the word 'American' was considered inappropriate for inclusion on the note, the awning in the reproduction reads 'Gulgong - Dispensary - D. Zimmler'.

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