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'Tudor-style Aussie pub in Bundanoon, NSW where beer is served COLD thankfully.' posted by Rodney Harrison


A visit to the Southern Highlands

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The funny thing about the Southern Highlands in New South Wales is the way early settlers tried hard to impose a touch of the old country (England) on the new country here. We stopped by this quaint old Tudor-style pub. TO anyone visiting from the real high country in Scotland, such a sight might be surprising under the 40-degree heat of an Australian summer. Thankfully, the beer was served chilled.

 
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