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Spencers Brook Tavern
Experience Perth - Spencers Brook
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The Spencers Brook Tavern was built in 1884 by local pioneer Thomas Wilding primarily because the railway line was going through and there were thoughts it would be the major townsite along the line. The east /west railway line has been closed for some years now but the tavern is still a very popular stop off point for tourists and day trippers exploring the Avon Valley because of its close proximity to Perth. Still under restoration the tavern keeps evolving and now boasts a lush and shady beer garden and rustic bar area. A great home style roast dinner is available every Sunday [bookings advisable] and a tasty snack menu is available at all times.

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Contact: Pat Lummis
Tel:(08) 9622 2422
Address: 147 Thomas St Spencers Brook WA 6401

  • Enjoying the laid back vibes at Parkerville Hotel in the Perth Hills.
  • Get a taste of history and enjoy a scrumptious lunch at New Norcia Hotel
  • Gathering some mates and heading to the Swan Valley for a day of wine, food and beer tasting.
  • Taking to the skies in a hot air balloon over the Avon Valley 's patchwork farmland.
  • Discovering the wonders of the many timber towns dotted around the region, such as Serpentine, Jarrahdale and Dwellingup.


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