The Australian Heritage Hotel
With a lengthy tradition of premium drinks, plus a killer view, it doesn't get much better than The Australian.
Originally opened for business in 1824, The Australian Heritage Hotel retains the honour of being the oldest continuously licensed pub in Sydney. Always pleasantly packed with bar-goers, it's best to arrive here early — especially if you're looking for a round of two-up on ANZAC Day.
Cosy, with much of its old-fashioned décor intact, the Australian is wedged onto the end of Cumberland Street in the Rocks, practically next to the iconic Harbour Bridge. It's the perfect location to enjoy an after-work cold beer from the pub's long and varied list of options.
With a lengthy tradition of premium drinks, plus a killer view, it doesn't get much better than the Australian.
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