Royal Hotel Capertee

Royal Hotel Capertee

The first timber version of the hotel was built around 1840 but it tragically burnt down in the early 1890s. The story goes that the ladies of the community were fed up with their men spending too much time at the pub, so they torched it!

The original timber building was replaced with the stone building in 1880 and it is still standing proudly today.  In 1880 the hotel became a rail head (where a railway line ends). In the old days, it used to be a 3-week trip from here to Sydney but suddenly the railway line arrived and the trip became less than 24 hours.

Back then, there were more than 3,500 people living here whereas numbers have now dwindled to just 180. Fire seems to be a recurring theme at The Royal because in 1930, a travelling salesman left a candle next to a window and the curtains caught alight. But just as the fabled phoenix arises from the ashes, so too does the Royal Hotel Capertee.

The hotel nowadays has been lovingly refurbished by the owners and was recently leased.

It is a popular meeting place for locals and tourists for lunch and dinner and cold drink on their way to Mudgee, Lithgow and the Bylong Valley.

The Royal Hotel features 5 coal fires, huge beer garden, indoor and outdoor dining areas, childrens play area, secure dog run, camping and RV friendly (no facilities in the camping area however) and a friendly atmosphere.

The hotel is open from 11am 7 days a week for lunch and dinner.  Function packages are available and group bookings are welcome.

Rooms are pub style and share bathroom.

 

Contact Details

Address: 67 Castlereagh Highway, CAPERTEE NSW 2846
Phone: (02) 6359 0172
Website: http://royalhotelcapertee.com.au/

Royal Hotel

Salud – The Tin Shed

Salud – The Tin Shed

Serving delicious meals and deserts in a friendly and romantic setting. Blackboard specials, dietary requirements catered for. Serving quality cuisine for Breakfast and Lunch 7 days a week, from 6.30am Monday to Friday and 8am on weekends.

 

Contact Details

Address: 69 Bridge St Lithgow
Phone: 02 6352 1740
Email: lithgowtinshed@gmail.com
Website:  www.thetinshedlithgow.com

 

 

Salud - The Tin Shed

Station Expresso

Station Expresso

The Station Expresso has become a meeting place for both locals and visitors to Wallerawang.

Featuring home made gourmet pies, cakes, tarts, scones and pastries all made daily on the premises as well as a selection  of breakfast and luncheon items.

Sourcing the best local produce which includes our freshly roasted coffee from Fish river Roasters. With a wide selection of milks we can ensure you of the perfect cup of coffee to satisfy your needs. the cafe offers eat-in or take-away service. the private dinning room can be booked for your private functions.

Contact Details

Address: Wallerawang  Railway Station, Main Street, Wallerawang
Phone: 0406 079 353
Email: darrylrowe@hotmail.com
Facebook: www.facebook.com/Station-Expresso-693011040899937/

 

 

Station Expresso

Address: Wallerawang  Railway Station, Main Street, Wallerawang
Phone: 0406 079 353

Switchback Restaurant

Switchback Restaurant

Our bar and TV lounge is the perfect spot to unwind before dinner. It is a regular meeting place for the corporate traveller. Enjoy a drink with good company or catch up on the news of the day before dinner.

The Switchback Restaurant offers contemporary Australian cuisine, featuring local produce, including trout.

The Restaurant is open for dinner 6.00 pm to 8.30 pm 6 days a week, Monday to Saturday, and has seating for 100 people. The Restaurant is well suited to families, and provides a separate children’s menu.

A roof-mounted HD projector with 103” screen plays nightly news or sport. For those who wish to relax in the comfort of their suites, room service is also available.

Contact Details

Address: 70 Chifley Road, Lithgow
Telephone: (02) 6352 2477
Email: info@zigzagmotel.com.au 
Website: www.zigzagmotel.com.au

Switchback Restaurant

Tomah Gardens Restaurant

Tomah Gardens Restaurant

Tomah Gardens Restaurant offers delicious ‘One Hat’ dining with glorious views of  Wollemi National Park. Sean Moran has created the beautifully rustic Tomah Gardens Restaurant, much in fitting with the stunning rural surrounds of Mount Tomah and nearby Bilpin.

The restaurant seats a total of 140 diners, 80 within the restaurant and 60 outside on the terrace.

Contact Details

Phone:  0421 552 746
Email: tomah@rbgsyd.nsw.gov.au

 

 

Tomah Gardens Restaurant