Surveyor General Inn
Founded in 1834, the Surveyor General Inn claims to be one of the country’s oldest continuously licensed Inns and you will certainly find a nourishing meal and crisp ale among the history-soaked walls of the pub. Settle in for a meal in the Bush Ranger’s Bistro or soak up some vitamin D with a rosé in hand on the verandah or beer garden benches.
Set within the sprawling grounds of Bendooley Estate, Bendooley Dining offers flavoursome cuisine inspired by the seasons of the Southern Highlands. You can dine before walls laden with books in The Book Barn or make it an alfresco affair overlooking the elegant gardens. The space is open from 10am for morning coffee and cakes, lunch and evening sittings, there is also a cellar door on site. Bendooley Estate’s Cellar Door is a captivating venue that celebrates the visual beauty of ...
The Friendly Inn Hotel
This irrefutably welcoming establishment is just the place for a warm reception to the spectacular Kangaroo Valley. The Family Bistro whips up Australian pub favourites, and the littlies will no doubt make a bee-line for the playground while you indulge in a post-lunch game of pétanque in the expansive beer garden.
The Imperial Hotel & Motel
The Imperial Hotel is an undeniable crowd-pleaser. Situated in the heart of Bowral, The Imperial pleases every patron regardless of whether they’re popping in for a game of pool and a schooner or a glass of wine and a wood-fired pizza. Live music and a sleek, contemporary fit-out makes for a fantastic time with every visit
Harry's On Green Lane
Nestled within the leafy boulevard Green Lane – a charming hideaway alongside Bowral’s infamous Dirty Jane’s, the café-by-day transforms into a lush, laidback bar come afternoon. Make your way through the international wine list as you drink in the elegant Raffles-styled interiors and make believe you’ve stepped into the tropics.