A stones throw to Port Pirie and Gateway to the Flinders

Established for the drovers in 1914

“A great place to eat, drink and rest, for travellers and locals alike”

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Country Bar & Beer Garden

After a long day on the road, enjoy a cold beer in our beautiful sunny beer garden or enjoy a cosy wine in-front of our toasty open fireplace.

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Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner… & Snacks

Join us in our private dinning room for an affordable quality pub meal or grab a quick bite and drink in our lounge dinning or our beer garden. We’ve also got tea & coffee and cake or try our all day breakfast if you prefer.

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Overnight Parking

Looking for a place to park? We have overnight parking available – enquire on arrival .

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Warnertown Accommodation

Country style rooms suitable for a couple. Couple with children or workers. Breakfasts available on request at time of booking.

Warnertown Accommodation

Enjoy a great nights stay in our quaint cottage-style accommodation. A great spot for families and single travellers alike. Convenient base for exploring the surrounding towns and country.

  • 1 x double room – only $100 per night

  • 2 x single beds room – only $100 per night for 2 people!

  • Or use both rooms as a family unit for 2 adults, 2 kids – $160 per night.

A stones throw to Port Pirie and Gateway to the Flinders

Need a trip to a doctor or hospital. Maybe a caravan check up or a once over with your car. Or you have a sick pet in need of care. Its all just a hop, skip and a jump away.

Retail therapy at Kmart or Target, Port Pirie has it all.

Nearby attractions:

  • Explore the ranges behind us and the small towns and heritage

  • See the plaques on the wall outside the historic Hotel

  • Visit the gauge in the foothills

  • Wirrabara Forest

  • Historic Gladstone Gaol

  • Melrose Heritage Museum

1 Railway Tce, Warnertown, South Australia 5540, Australia

On the main drag on  the A1 Augusta Highway just a few kilometres from the 1st turn off into Port Pirie.

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Established for the drovers in 1914

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