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16 Stuart St
Daly Waters, Northern Territory 0852
+91 889759927



Daly Waters Historic Pub




Daly Waters Historic Pub
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16 Stuart St, Daly Waters, Northern Territory, 0852, Australia

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The pub was built in 1930 by Bill and Henrietta Pierce (Read 2 at Daly Waters by Elisabeth George 1946) a great tale of the early beginnings of the pub and life as a settler in the outback. In the past the pub has witnessed murders, shoot outs in the main street, cattle stampeding through town and the odd drunken brawls. Station owners threatened to burn the place down or buy it and bulldoze it to stop the local ringers from riding into town, hence the old bath tub & rail to hitch your horse onto. Today the only shoot out is at the bar during Happy Hour and the only brawling done is between the gangs of Happy Jacks (local birds).Often late at night if alone in the bar you can feel the hairs on the back of your neck stand up. Heavy objects sometimes go flying in the kitchen and it is not the chef.   Read More


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