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Kyalite Pub

Kyalite Hotel was built in the 1850s on the banks of the Wakool River as a stopover for travelers crossing the river by punt. In 1888 the original hotel burn down and in 1890 the existing pub was built as it still stands. Today, people come to visit Kyalite for the renowned camp and fishing along the Edwards and Wakool rivers. The Pub is the community meeting place where many a yarn and story are told from the past and present day. It is the place to stay with cold beer, amazing meals, and good old country hospitality. Jodie and Joel have taken over the pub in 2020 and welcome all visitors to the area whether it's for the day, an overnight, or a longer stay.

Kyalite Caravan Park

The Kyalite Caravan Park offers Camping Sites, Basic Cabins and Ensuite Cabins, the Wakool Hotel which is right next Door has a restaurant and bar.the beer is cold and the food is fabulous. Most basic grocery items can be found in the shop adjacent to the hotel.

Built in 1854 the Kyalite has become one of Australia’s best known iconic Bush Pubs.

Originally catering to farm workers, itinerant contractors and travelling bushies the Kyalite has evolved to met changing demands. Taking over in 1989 current owners Ken and Vicki have risen to the challenge.

Today the Pub is a comfortable family friendly environment complimented with a small convenience store, a fabulous 150 seat restaurant and an attached caravan park providing fully serviced rooms, bunk houses, and caravan or tent sites

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