Broken Hill Hotel
The Hotel, a previously decaying heritage icon, has been transformed into a bustling and vibrant venue not to be missed.
The Broken Hill Hotel is one of Perth’s best, serving great coffee all day, sumptuous lunch menus and in the evening, a stylish dinner menu based around dishes to share.
The modern pub food is served in healthy proportions using the freshest of local ingredients. The wine list is a comprehensive range of local and international varietals, augmented by a complete range of beer and spirits.
You can expect the best from the Broken Hill Hotel with an enthusiastic welcome, quality fresh cuisine, premium affordable wines, innovative design, all entwined within a lush terraced beer garden and an outstanding heritage building incorporating the bar/lounge/restaurant.
Broken Hill Hotel, Victoria Park, is a two-story federation free classical style hotel with prominent corner facetted dome tower which dominates the busy commercial thoroughfare of Albany highway in Victoria park.
The place was originally owned by Alfred George Russell, the second Mayor of Victoria Park and was designed by the architect and first Mayor of Victoria Park, Robert Thompson McMaster, and is a rare extant example of his work and the place is a fine and substantial example of a Federation Free Classical hotel, representative of the grandiose hotel architecture built in Perth and its immediate suburbs during the gold rush period.
Broken Hill Hotel constructed in 1897 and completed in 1898 was one of the first hotels to be constructed in the inner metropolitan area outside of the city’s boundaries and is the oldest remaining hotel in Victoria Park.
The hotel was substantially renovated in 2005 and today is a Bar and Restaurant venue.
The Broken Hill Hotel has been included on the State Heritage List of Heritage places.