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Also known as The Thunderbolt Inn, The Bottom Pub was established in 1909 as The Imperial Hotel. The building dates from the Victorian era and contains original features such as beautiful lead light glass. There are a few areas you can dine in, there is a cosy room with a fireplace and a garden room terrace. The staff are friendly and helpful and the pub has a great country atmosphere.
The menu is full of reasonably priced food and they have a large number of daily $10 lunch and $15 dinner specials. Children under twelve years of age have a special $12 menu that includes a drink, ice cream and activity pack.
You can also stay at The Bottom Pub in one of their economical, clean and comfortable rooms. For entertainment they have meat raffles, members draws, TAB and Keno facilities, VIP poker machine room and pool tables.