Hawkesbury Pubs

The pubs in the Hawkesbury offer a unique country style experience with a relaxing, friendly atmosphere.  So many of our pubs provide great locations to relax, genuine pub food and rural views.  We are sure you'll find a pub in the Hawkesbury to suit your occasion.

If you are after a historic pub we have many to choose from including the Macquarie Arms Hotel in Windsor dating from 1815.   This pub facing Thompson Square in Windsor is the oldest hotel building in Australia.  Other old pubs in the Hawkesbury region include The Settlers Arm pub at St Albans established in 1836, The Wisemans Inn Hotel at Wisemans Ferry established in 1827, The Bird in Hand Inn at Pitt town (formally known as The Maid of Australia Inn built in the 1850's) and the Royal Hotel pub at Richmond licenced since 1865.

Fancy listening to live music?  The Hawkesbury Hotel in Windsor is home to the annual Sydney Blues and Roots Festival and has great music year round.  Or want to have a pub with a view - why not try the Archibald Hotel at Kurrajong Heights for views over Sydney or the Clarendon Tavern for views of the RAAF planes landing at the Richmond RAAF Base.

We are sure you'll find a great pub from the selection below.

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