TRADING HOURS
MONDAY 10AM - 2AM
TUESDAY 10AM - 2AM
WEDNESDAY 10AM - 2AM
THURSDAY 10AM - 3AM
FRIDAY 10AM - 3AM
SATURDAY 10AM - 3AM
SUNDAY 10AM - 12AM

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FEATURE WINE

    A veteran market leader, always made in the style of a soft, fleshy, flavour-driven wine. Very accessible and friendly drinking with or without accompaniment.

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FEATURE FOOD

Spring is in the air so why not enjoy our smoked salmon salad , served with new potato, pickled cucumber, capers, lemon & sour cream for just $24.95.

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FEATURE BEVERAGE

    Gentleman Jack gets its unique mellow smoky flavour from being twice filtered through charcoal as opposed to the regular single filtration for Jack Daniels. The Whiskey is then aged and filtered again before bottling.

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FEATURE BEER

Say Aloha to this fresh and fruity tropical beast: Wild Yak Pacific Ale. Melba and Galaxy hops provide an enticing sweet tropical fruit aroma complemented by citrus notes. A combination of pale malt and wheat malt provide a smooth, light palate rounding out the low bitterness


Welcome to The Old Bundy Tavern - one of Bundaberg's most historic hotels. We are located on the corner of Quay & Tantitha streets overlooking the Burnett River in the CBD of Bundaberg.

The Old Bundy Tavern (Bundaberg Hotel) is on the site of one of Bundaberg's earliest public houses - The Custom House Hotel.

The land on which the tavern stands was one of the first allotments bought when the first auction of Bundaberg land was conducted in Maryborough on May 11 1870. The purchaser was hotel keeper, John Foley. He paid 11 pounds. The license changed hands over the next few years. 1875 - Henry Stoward; 1876 - D. White; 1877 - R. Datson; 1878 - Mrs E. Baker.

In 1882 Mr M. Gadsen bought the freehold for 2000 pounds. In February 1888 the property was bought for 4000 pounds by Mr D. McKay.The license continued to change hands over the next few years.Mrs E. Ryan bought the freehold from Mr E. Bust in 1908, the licensee was Mr E. Glennie.

The Custom House Hotel, a two storey timber structure was totally destroyed by fire about 1.30am Monday , 28 June 1915.

In 1917 Mrs Ryan arranged for the construction of the brick building and the name was changed to The Hotel Bundaberg. The architect was Mr F.H. Faircloth. Mrs Ryan retained ownership up to her death in 1943.Major refurbishments started on the hotel in August, 1991. When completed it was renamed "The Old Bundy Tavern"