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Hotels in Bairnsdale, Victoria

Towns and suburbs close to Bairnsdale | Hotels in Bairnsdale

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Club Hotel

The Club Hotel

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62 Main Street,
Bairnsdale
Victoria 3875
Phone:
03 5152 3016
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Commercial Hotel

Commercial Hotel

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124 Main Street,
Bairnsdale
Victoria 3875
Phone:
03 5152 3031
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Grand Terminus Hotel

Grand Terminus Hotel The Hotel was established in 1889. A classic looking Pub.

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98 McLeod Street,
Bairnsdale
Victoria 3875
Phone:
03 5152 4040
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Imperial Hotel

Imperial Hotel

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3 Main Street,
Bairnsdale
Victoria 3875
Phone:
03 5152 3160
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Main Hotel

Main Hotel

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270 Main Street,
Bairnsdale
Victoria 3875
Phone:
03 5152 3787
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Mitchell River Tavern

Mitchell River Tavern Former Orient Hotel.

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59 Main Street,
Bairnsdale
Victoria 3875
Phone:
03 5152 4030
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Wy Yung Pub

Wy Yung Pub

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Bullumwaal Road,
Bairnsdale
Victoria 3875
Phone:
03 5152 3121
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Former Albion Hotel

Former Albion Hotel

Former Albion Hotel The Hotel was established c1880's and was the town's first three story hotel. The verandah was removed in the 1940's and sadly the Hotel closed 16/09/1986.

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Cnr. Bailey & Nicholson Streets,
Bairnsdale
Victoria 3875
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Information on Bairnsdale, VIC

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Photo 01/03/2008 submitted by Gary Pope, Many Thanks

Bairnsdale is the commercial and retail hub of the region and is East Gippsland's largest town. Situated on the Mitchell River, Bairnsdale is a three hour drive from Melbourne on the Princes Highway.

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