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Imperial Hotel, Clifton NSW
The Imperial, established in 1884 as a coal miners' pub, is located north of Wollongong on scenic Lawrence Hargrave Drive. Perched on the cliff edge, overlooking the Pacific Ocean, the pub offers great views, meals, and atmosphere... and of course plenty of cold beer!
Round Hill Hotel, Morven NSW
Round Hill Hotel was established as a Cobb and Co changing station in 1861. Situated at Morven, NSW, about 15 km east of Culcairn, the pub is presently hosted by Rodger Baker and offers great hospitality.
-Contributed by "Jon", Sydney.


Bellbrook Hotel, Bellbrook NSW
Recently given a much needed facelift and restored to its former glory (My Dad actually restored a lot of the originally timber fittings in the pub), the Bellbrook Hotel, west of Kempsey along the Armidale Road, is a must for a well earned drink and feed.
Palm Court Hotel, Corrimal NSW
The Palm Court Hotel at Corrimal was renovated (some say not for the better) in the late 1990s. The pub was built in the early 1900s and is a "trendy" watering hole featuring restaurants and plenty of musical entertainment.


Taylors Arms Hotel, Taylors Arm NSW
This is the controversial pub that the song, The Pub with no Beer, is said to be written about.
Tarana Hotel, Tarana NSW
The Tarana Hotel is located out near Oberon, west of the Blue Mountains, and is well worth the effort to find.

Royal Hotel, Tilpa NSW
The Royal is a real gem. Situated near the mighty Murray, the pub is constructed of corrugated iron.