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Most iconic Australian Outback Pubs

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Welcome to the wild and wacky world of Australian outback pubs! If you ever find yourself venturing into the dusty, sunburnt landscape of the Aussie outback, you’ll quickly discover that the local watering holes are unlike any other pubs you’ve ever experienced.

First of all, forget about fancy cocktail menus and craft beer selections. Outback pubs are all about keeping it simple. You’re more likely to find a row of ice-cold tinnies (that’s Australian for cans of beer) than a mixologist behind the bar. And if you’re lucky, you might even stumble upon a pub that serves up a mean kangaroo steak on the barbie.

But it’s not just the drinks and food that make outback pubs so unique. It’s the characters you’ll encounter. From the grizzled old-timers who have been propping up the bar for decades to the wide-eyed backpackers who have found themselves in the middle of nowhere, the people-watching at outback pubs is second to none.

And let’s not forget about the entertainment. Forget about live bands or DJs – outback pubs are more likely to have a resident dog or a resident emu providing the evening’s entertainment. And if you’re really lucky, you might even witness a good old-fashioned bush poetry slam.

So, if you ever find yourself in the Australian outback, be sure to pop into one of these iconic establishments. You’ll be guaranteed a cold beer, a warm welcome, and enough stories to last a lifetime. Just don’t forget to mind the drop bears on your way out!

Here is the list of the most know Australian Outback Pubs

Walkabout Creek Hotel (this outback pub was featured in the film Crocodile Dundee) location: McKinlay, Queensland

Nindigully Pub (Queensland’s oldest outback pub hotel) location: Nindigully, Queensland

Betoota Hotel ( Queensland’s smallest town) location: Betoota, Queensland

Whim Creek Hotel (Not all of Australia’s outback pubs lie within deserts and plains) location: Whim Creek, Western Australia

Silverton Hotel (the New South Wales outback pub is well worth a visit) location: Silverton, New South Wales

Pink Roadhouse (prettiest outback pub) location: Oodnadatta, South Australia

Prairie Hotel (one of Australia’s most iconic outback pubs) location: Parachilna, South Australia

Daly Waters Pub (a classic Northern Territory outback pub tavern) location Daly Waters, Northern Territory 

The William Creek Hotel (offers travelers a unique blend of historical charm and thrilling adventures in the heart of outback) location: William Creek, South Australia

Lions Den Hotel: Iconic Outback Pub (known for its corrugated iron construction, memorabilia-filled interior, and delicious food) location: Rossville, QLD

White Cliffs Hotel legendary outback Pub (apparently Hugh Jackman once stopped by for a cold one) location: White Cliffs, NSW

Birdsville Hotel, the real outback pub (where the beer is cold, the stories are tall, and the outback adventures are even taller!) Birdsvill, Queensland

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