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Old Mundulla Hotel

Old Mundulla Hotel

Kennedy Street , Mundulla SA 5270

Old Mundulla Hotel

The oldest surviving building in Mundulla with the first section, built about 1876, originally the post office and store. In 1884 Mrs. Ellen Jones from Bordertown Hotel applied for a Licence for a hotel at Mundulla.

The store moved to new premises across the road and rooms were added to the existing building. The hotel closed in 1912 when the licence was transferred to the newly established town of Waikerie.

From 1912 to 1974 it was used as a private residence, boarding house and store room. It was purchased by the National Trust in 1974, restored and became a museum. From 1994 it was a licenced restaurant and gallery. It was sold by the National Trust in 2002.  It was extensively renovated and repaired in keeping with its State Heritage listing and re-opened as a hotel in October 2003.  It quickly became a centre for social activity in the town winning an SA Tourism Award in 2004.

The Old Mundulla Hotel offers cabin and Bed & Breakfast accommodation and also a Bed & Breakfast at Maryfield. 



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