About the Club Hotel

Owner’s Graeme and Donna together with their friendly staff welcome you to the Club Hotel, a traditional and honest country pub proudly situated in the main street of Southern Cross in WA. Southern Cross is a thriving small country town supporting wheat farming and mining industries.

In 1888, soon after the discovery of gold in Southern Cross, a group of prominent businessmen, including Alex Forrest brother of then Premier Sir John Forrest, erected a fairly priminitve hotel, the Club Hotel in Southern Cross, WA. In 1889 it was replaced with a more permanent structure and was the departure point for Cobb & Co coaches. With the discovery of gold at neighbouring Bullfinch Southern Cross became very busy and the Club Hotel was rebuilt in 1910 to her present day, two-storey structure. The Club Hotel was restored in the late 1990’s with attention to the original design returning this grand old lady to its former proud structure.

Finding us

By Car
Take the Great Eastern Highway east from Perth until you hit Southern Cross. The town is around 370kms from Perth.
By Train
The Prospector travels daily but will only stop at Southern Cross with a booking. To book, visit TransWA or call 1300 66 22 05.
By Bus
Services operate daily Perth-Goldfields Express: 1800 620 440.