The Daly Waters Pub is a colourful pub, clad in corrugated iron, draped with bougainvilleas and crammed with decades of memorabilia. It began its current incarnation serving passengers arriving on the new Qantas airline in 1934 and was the first international runway and airport in the area. As a popular watering hole along the track, the Daly Waters pub holds a liquor licence that has been in continuous use since 1938.
The pub is on the old droving track and was a watering hole for the drovers as well as travellers heading north and south on the old track. It was used as a staging post during the Second World War and there is a static historical display housed in the WWII hangar.
An extensive menu includes a range of salads and gourmet sandwiches and wraps, steaks, local wild territory barramundi and chicken. Snacks are available and the house hamburgers are freshly made. Try the damper breads or choose a wine from the extensive wine list which includes a cellar selection. There is entertainment every night from April through to September and is free of charge and their world famous beef and barra meals are served every night during the dry ...read more