The outback pubs in Western Australia are a tourist attraction in their own right, and Australia’s Golden Outback offers a great selection of character drinking posts, from small watering holes to fully-refurbished hotels that capture the spirit of the pioneering and gold rush eras.

Many of the outback pubs in Western Australia’s Golden Outback, which once catered to thirsty gold prospectors, have been fully restored and offer accommodation, food and beverages with a generous serve of local hospitality.

The Wheatbelt and Goldfields regions are particularly rich in character hotels, while the Gascoyne-Murchison offers country pubs and accommodation in the heart of tiny townships.

At the bar, you’ll find the old-time locals who love nothing more than to share a colourful yarn with visitors. Stop by for a drink and a hearty meal, or stay for the night and enjoy a true Australian outback experience at one of the many outback pubs in Western Australia’s Golden Outback.

Visit the WA Country Pubs website for more information, or for a detailed listing, including room prices and facilities.


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