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  • The Royal Mail Hotel - Wallace St Braidwood
  • Overlooking Braidwood from the foothills of Mt Gillamatong
  • Braidwood Old Style Charm


Constructed in 1859 is one of Braidwoods impressive architectural gems.

It offers a real country pub experiance.

The kitcen offers pub classics and one of the best Sunday roasts.

Come and enjoy a cold beer on a warm day or the log fires during winter.

Dinner: Thursday to Sunday          Lunch: Sunday

Ph: 02 4842 2529

E: info@braidwoodhotel.com.au    W: www.braidwoodhotel.com.au

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The Servicemans Club Resturant is open 7 days week for lunch and dinner with an Asian and Australian menu.

Drinks from the bar.

Raffels Wedensday and Friday nights

Enjoy the Golf Course and the Bowling Greens or squash, bingo, cards, pool or darts

Overnight caravan space is availble next to the golf course with the use of the clubs facilites (no power) enquire at the club.

Situated at the end of Corination Avenue.

Ph: 02 4842 2095 for the resturant       or        02 4842 2108 for the club.



(formaly The Royal Hotel)

This colonial style building was constructed in 1890 and has served as a staging point for coaches during the gold rush era.

The hotels name change occured for the 1970 filming of Mick Jaggers "Ned Kelly" filmas the pub was used for various scenes.

The Bushranger Bistrio is open 7 days a week for lunch and dinner serving country-style meals.

The new childrens area has been a great hit and is very popular with the littlies.

Excellent accomidation in this grand old pub is also availible.

Family Freindly, Beer Garden, Function Room, Family Room, Gold Rush Games Room, ATM, Accomidation, TAB, Bottle Shop, Courtesy Bus

145 Wallace St  Ph: 02 4842 2488   E: royalmailbraidwood@gmail.com   W: www.royalmailhotelbraidwood.com