Exchange Hotel Goulburn
9 Bradley Street, Goulburn, NSW, 2580
Welcome to the Exchange Hotel Goulburn
In 1880 Duncan Campbell converted his general store in Grafton Street and successfully applied for a liquor licence for a hotel under the sign "Exchange". Two years later he moved two doors to the present location on the corner of Grafton and Bradley Streets.
The tradition continues at the Exchange for a place to relax,unwind and mix with friends.
The Exchange has long been a favourite watering hole for locals for many years and is considered to be a true Aussie pub.
- Newly Refurbished
- Great Dining five days ( closed Monday, Tuesday)
- Comfortable Accommodation
- Regular Entertainment
- Tuesday and Friday Night Rafflle
- Happy Hour 5 to 7 Mon to Fri
- Sports Tab
- Wednesday Lucky Members Draw (5.30-6.30pm)
The Goulburn Hotel that is popular with travellers
The Exchange is a colourful part of Goulburn history and a vibrant part of our entertainment scene.
Originally built in 1872 as the Exchange with 13 rooms. The 40s and 50s saw the name change to Doddlestons Exchange Hotel before being known as the Exchange again.
The Exchange Hotel is brimful of interest and one of the oldest hotels in town. It was kept by a family named Campbell, Duncan being the licensee with a brother Hugh and sister Marcia. The sports day of the year was a Highland Gathering held annually on the 26th January at the old showground opposite the hospital.
Recent refurbishments and new management make this the must visit Hotel in town.
Exchange Bistro serving
Traditional Australian Pub/Bar Food.
New beds and refurbished rooms await
Happy Hours Monday to Friday 5 to 7 pm.
Tuesday. Darts Club Meat Raffles commence 6 pm
Wednesday.Lucky Members draw between 5.30 and 6.30pm
Friday. Non profit raffle with Meat supplied by El Meato
and Fuel and Grocery vouchers.
Regular live Entertainment