‘Imagine if walls could talk’: the comeback of the country pub

Recent renovation projects reveal savvy hoteliers are doing their best to appeal to tourists and locals alike * Sign up for the Rural Network email newsletter * Join the Rural Network group on Facebook to be part of the community Who could forget the murals in Broken Hill’s Palace Hotel in Priscilla, Queen of the Desert, or the Dampier Mermaid Inn where the legend of Red Dog was born? These far-flung watering holes are just two of Australia’s estimated 6,000 pubs, many of which have experienced a makeover. Architect Nick Byrne believes this is something to celebrate. Continue reading...

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