One of the oldest running hotels in Victoria - established in 1861. On the corner of High and Urquhart Streets in Woodend



Since 1861

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69km from Melbourne, conveniently located just 150m from the Woodend railway station, we’re at the gateway to beautiful Woodend and the Macedon Ranges. Woodend hosts a farmer’s market on the first Saturday of the month.


Nearby Hanging Rock has been established as a beautiful outdoor stadium, hosting concerts from world renown artists including The Eagles, Rod Stewart, Bruce Springsteen and Leonard Cohen. It's also the only venue in 50 years that the Rolling Stones have cancelled twice.


Woodend Winter Arts Festival, held on the Queen's Birthday weekend in June, is an event where artisans from around Australia gather to perform.


Constructed in 1861, one of the first brick hotels in the district, the grand old lady is one of the oldest hotels in the Macedon Ranges.


67 High Street (Cnr Urquhart St), Woodend, 3442      PH:03 5427 2721