Australian Heritage Hotel
Classic Restaurants

The Rocks, 2000
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ABOUT Australian Heritage Hotel
Classic Restaurants

Located in the historic Rocks precinct, the Australian holds the longest running license in Sydney.

The Australian offers a place for patrons of every back ground to gather. Corporate, local or tourist, our heritage charm and friendly staff will always make you feel welcome.

Known for their pizzas and classic pub offerings, there’s something for everyone on the menu. Popular amongst tourists and locals alike, the Coat of Arms pizza is topped with emu and kangaroo. Not feeling as adventurous? Give the Chicken Schnitzel or beer-battered Fish & Chips a try. They even have a metre pizza option; perfect for those larger group bookings.

Whether you’re after a quiet afternoon lunch or a fun, music-filled dinner with friends, the team have you covered. Join them for live music on Saturday evenings or sunny Sunday afternoons.

With a plenty of options for seating available, both indoors and outdoors, they can easily accommodate a variety of bookings. From tour groups to families and even dinner for two, The Australian is happy to have you.


Australian Heritage Hotel is available for private functions & venue hire
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