This quirky Outback Aussie Pub sits just 900m off the border between Queensland and New South Wales. Originally it was a Cobb & Co stopover, but was later converted to a pub in 1894. The colourful Hebel Hotel offers FREE Camping out the back for weary travellers with access to the town, flushing toilets, water and rubbish bins.
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The Hebel Hotel
During our stay we got to meet the new Managers of not only the Hebel Hotel, but also the General Store/ Cafe/ Caravan Park/ Post Office right across the road. The husband runs the Pub, while the wife runs the General Store and cooks a whole host of delicious meals made available for locals and travellers alike.
A local Lightning Ridge artist by the name of John Murray has turned the old Hebel Hotel into one cool little Pub! Even if you don’t hang around for a drink, it’s totally worth taking a walk around the place to check out the artwork across the front of the building and the recycled furniture inside, all fashioned from reclaimed bush finds.
Hebel Hotel [FREE] Camping Accommodation
⏰ No time limit
⛺️ Tents, Camper Trailers, Caravans, RVs, Big Rigs
🏡 Cabins available
🐶 Dogs allowed
🚻 Flushing toilets
🚿 Hot showers
🍺 Drinks at the bar
🍽 Meals & snack available
🥪 Picnic tables
🗑 Rubbish bins
📶 Telstra reception
⛽️ Fuel available
🚗 2WD & Big Rig access
|Address||30 – 34 William Street, Hebel QLD 4486|