Warrego Hotel Fords Bridge

Private Campground - New South Wales

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One of the last original mud brick hotels still in business, very clean, good meals & good coffee, great hospitality, large air conditioned rooms, cold beer, the Publican makes you very welcome.

The iconic Warrego Hotel was built in 1913 on the site of a Cobb & Co changing Station on the famous Bourke Hungerford Road. 

The Warrego Hotel sees a passing tourist trade from March to September as the caravans & Motorhomes trek their way up north.  

In-house accommodation consisting of 4 air-conditioned and carpeted guest rooms. 

This accommodation is complemented by the camping and caravan sites adjacent to the pub.  


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 04/05/2016
One of the last original mud brick hotels left in Australia ex cobb & co change over spot, clean amenities, free camp available or payed accommodation. Good meals and coffee plus cold beer

CMCA User
 03/07/2019
the pub is quaint, bottle and can beer + spirits, wine etc. the publican is alone and quite ancient so the standards aren't quite where they should be. the free camp toilets & Showers haven't seen a clean for a very long time, couldn't get hot water to mens. it's unfair to blame the publican, he's past looking after something like that.
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    Fords Bridge, New South Wales, 2840
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    -29.75259, 145.425171
    02 6874 7877
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