The Bush Inn

In 1830 the Bush Inn was reported as having 'good fires and an excellent dinner on the table'. The same could be said today; roaring fires warm the bars and dining rooms, and the meals are overflowing plates of good pub tucker. Opened 195 years ago, the Bush Inn’s main claim to fame is as the holder of Australia’s longest continuous hotel licence. Its second claim to fame are its $10 rump steaks, which bring diners to this lovely historic pub from far and wide. A recent addition is the vast sun-drenched deck with views of the tree-lined Derwent River.

Contact information

49–51 Montagu St; (03) 6261 2256; open daily for lunch and dinner


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