Project Description

Plough Inn Tarrawingee

Open for Coffee and Toasties during COVID

Neds bench has gone missing (we didn’t know until the locals told us, but it wasn’t included in any of the inventory we received on purchase!)

The Plough Inn dates back to 1861, with the current brick building built in 1864, it is claimed Ned Kelly rode his horse down the main hall of the pub, while that may be just a tale, Ned did work in Tarrawingee and he and his gang were known to frequent the Pub with their horses often housed in the old Cobb & Co stables at the rear of the pub.  With a large beer garden framed by 140 year old Wisteria and an interior that has been renovated to include the old General Store on site, there is plenty of history to take in and plenty of space to relax in any weather.

The Plough Inn dates back to 1864, it is claimed Ned Kelly had ridden his horse down the main hall of the pub, while that may just be a tale, Ned did work in Tarrawingee and it is said that he and his gang would have a drink or two and would sit on a knotted wooden bench which is still here today (ask to see Neds bench!)