Trundle Hotel is situated an easy 55 kilometre drive north-west of Parkes. Trundle is a rural community with production comprised mostly of wheat, sheep, and cattle farming.
The district's iconic country hotel is National Estate listed. It boasts having the longest veranda in New South Wales (87.6 metres) on the widest main street in New South Wales (60 metres). Whilst there has been a hotel on the site since 1888, the current building was constructed in 1912.
Drop in for a cold beer, a hearty meal or make a reservation to stop over to enjoy some good old country hospitality. EFTPOS available. Large groups welcome.
Trundle is well known for the annual Bush Tucker Day and the ABBA Festival. Plan to visit Trundle for an opportunity to enjoy a hearty breakfast on the veranda 'Hotel Long Breakfast' which is held monthly. Ring the hotel for details of these events.
The Ward Family
The historic Trundle Hotel is owned by the Ward Family who can trace their family (of both Ward’s and O’Bryan’s) in Trundle back well over 100 years.
Yvonne Ward (nee O’Bryan)
Robert “Boggy” Ward
David “Bean” Ward
Matthew “Screech” Ward