The Weldborough Hotel

The Weldborough Hotel was originally built in the late 1800s and rebuilt after a fire in 1928. It’s classic Australiana. It offers accommodations for travelers and is well located for bush walking in the mountains, with the temperate rain forest close at hand. It is said to have an outstanding pub, though it was closed when we visited. While we didn’t get in, we still stopped briefly, to read the “menu” and enjoy the wonderfully skewed humor that is so common in Australia.

Weldborough Hotel

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2 responses to “The Weldborough Hotel

  1. Oh, I’ll have to go there next time we visit Tasmania.

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