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Hotels in Rosewood, Queensland

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Rising Sun Hotel

Rising Sun Hotel Closest Pub to the Railway Station at 27 School St, is the interesting Rising Sun Hotel, which was built in 1908 and still retains its unusual corner roof turret and its delightful verandah and awnings, Part of the Rising Sun...

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27 School St
Rosewood
Queensland 4340
Phone:
07 5464 1413
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Rosewood Hotel

Rosewood Hotel One of three pubs in the main st, hence the name "The Middle Pub The original Rosewood Hotel which was one of four hotels in Rosewood in the early days, burnt down on the 7th January 1914. When the present Rosewood Hotel was...

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6 John St,
Rosewood
Queensland 4340
Phone:
07 5464 1402
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Royal George Hotel

Royal George Hotel There has been a Royal George Hotel in Rosewood since the 1890s. The building was badly damaged in a fire in October 1933 in which a boarder died. Note the hitching rings on the verandah posts. There is accommodation on...

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24 John St,
Rosewood
Queensland
Phone:
07 5464 1105
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Information on Rosewood, QLD 4340

One of the larger towns located 17 kms west of Ipswich on the road to Laidley. Rosewood is an End of the Line station for electric trains to Brisbane via Ipswich.

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