Where the Hell is Cradock!



The Cradock Hotel was built in the early 1880's when farmers first opened up this country for cropping. Out here they hoped the rain would follow the plough but they were wrong. Within a few dry years many cockies had gone to the wall but not before they'd be left a lasting legacy. A number of bedrooms fan off from the central courtyard which gives this out back pub a distinctly Mediterranean feel. But in the front bar the look is classically Australian.

This is a historical website dedicated to past Patrons over the last 10 years or so. Previously it was hosted for the then operating publicans of the time.
Today Cradock Hotel website is operated privately and has no connection to the current operators.

From 1st July 2017 the Cradock Hotel website will display archived images from yesteryears hostings, thank you for viewing.

In this version the Publican was the well known Gael Horner..


Located at..

1 Main Road