Nindigully Pub

Phone: 07 4625 9637

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Nindigully Pub
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Via Thallon, Nindigully QLD, 4497
 

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Nindigilly Pub, Queensland's oldest hotel, is still in it's original condition and location, on the banks of the Moonie River in Queensland's Western Downs. The licence was issued back in 1864, after operating as shearers accommodation for the Nindigully Station. The Gully, as it's affectionately known, brewed it's own beer and spirits before XXXX and Bundaberg Rum even existed. Today the once boom town of approximately 50 people and 15 houses in the early 1900s, has been reduced to two houses, the pub, the old General Store and the Town Hall with a population of only six people! From the original 19th Century buildings to the traditional farming lands, the Gully is a must see for any Australian history buff. The Moonie River could be considered to be one of the heads of the Darling River system and there is an old timber weir out the front of the pub which gives them a permanent water (and fish) supply. The bridge in front of the pub was once used by Cobb and Co Coaches to bring people and horses to the pub for water and feed. Throughout the years, it is fortunate that different owners have managed to keep the original air and feel of the pub for all who visit. The walls are adorned with over 140 Akubra hats worn by the locals till past their use by date, and loaned to the pub until they need them again one day. Right in front of the pub is thousands of hectares of stock route government lands that visitors can use for their own recreational choices, at their own risk of course. Camping on the river in front of the pub is free. The pub offers its toilets and truckies showers free to campers. Come to the edge of the Queensland Outback and see for yourself the beauty of the Gully! Don't miss the New Years Eve celebrations, as The Gully host the largest fireworks show in the bush and also the largest single mortar in Australia.

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    Nindigilly Pub, Queensland's oldest hotel, is still in it's original condition and location, on the banks of the Moonie River in Queensland's Western Downs. The licence was issued back in 1864, after operating as shearers accommodation for the Nindigully Station. The Gully, as it's affectionately known, brewed it's own beer and spirits before XXXX and Bundaberg Rum even existed. Today the once boom town of approximately 50 people and 15 houses in the early 1900s, has been reduced to two houses, the pub, the old General Store and the Town Hall with a population of only six people! From the original 19th Century buildings to the traditional farming lands, the Gully is a must see for any Australian history buff. The Moonie River could be considered to be one of the heads of the Darling River system and there is an old timber weir out the front of the pub which gives them a permanent water (and fish) supply. The bridge in front of the pub was once used by Cobb and Co Coaches to bring people and horses to the pub for water and feed. Throughout the years, it is fortunate that different owners have managed to keep the original air and feel of the pub for all who visit. The walls are adorned with over 140 Akubra hats worn by the locals till past their use by date, and loaned to the pub until they need them again one day. Right in front of the pub is thousands of hectares of stock route government lands that visitors can use for their own recreational choices, at their own risk of course. Camping on the river in front of the pub is free. The pub offers its toilets and truckies showers free to campers. Come to the edge of the Queensland Outback and see for yourself the beauty of the Gully! Don't miss the New Years Eve celebrations, as The Gully host the largest fireworks show in the bush and also the largest single mortar in Australia.

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