Pithara Tavern is a classic Australian pub built in 1916, offering good old-fashioned accommodation and hospitality. Only two and a half hours north of Midland, Pithara is 10 minutes outside of Dalwallinu. Pithara is the first town along the famous Wildflower Way, which continues up the Great Northern Highway to Mullewa.
The owner, Caroline Crombie, has been running things at the Tav since 2012, and follows a long line of friendly Pithara Publicans who have always welcomed newcomers and old mates into their beloved home and pub. With the new cafe and book exchange in the cute little library room, and a continually updated and interesting dinner menu, you'll definitely find something to suit your tastes here. Evening meals are served 7 nights per week, and we really appreciate a call ahead for larger bookings.
Offering old fashioned pub accommodation and hospitality, the Pithara Tavern is surprisingly modern and comfortable. Rooms are equipped with airconditioning and TV and prices start at $70 per night, including a generous and tasty continental breakfast.
Free camping space is also available, and caravaners are welcome to use our showers.
Address1011 Pearn Road
Pithara, Western Australia, 6608
Coordinates & Contact Details-30.389349, 116.6708 9662 1032
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