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Royal Hotel Ruins
Birdsville, Far West

Free Entry - Entry Information

07 4656 3300
info@diamantina.qld.gov.au
www.diamantina.qld.gov.au

Description

The Royal Hotel Ruins building has tremendous historic value in the town of Birdsville. Built in 1883 the Royal Hotel was Birdsville's second hotel. It later became the first hospital in town when it was taken over by A.I.M in 1923. Nowadays it is privately owned and listed with the National Trust. So take the time to explore the history of Birdsville at the Royal Hotel Ruins.

Property Details

Facilities

  • Car park
    Car park

Activities

  • Walking
    Walking

Other Information

Children:
Children are welcome.

How To Get There:
The Royal Hotel Ruins are located on Adelaide Street. For more information contact the Wirrarri Visitor Information Centre.


Free Entry


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Royal Hotel Ruins - Print Brochure
Map of Royal Hotel Ruins
Adelaide Street
Birdsville
Queensland 4482 Australia

Contact Details

07 4656 3300

 

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