The original slab hut was built in 1860 by Joseph Schumack and in 1876 it was licensed as an inn. It was a coach stop on the Yass to Queanbeyan run until 1887 when it was sold to John Read. It became the Read family home until 1974, called The Pines until it was renovated and relicensed as the Old Canberra Inn. Its entry on the National Register of Heritage Places was rejected owing to the extensive refurbishments done to the building.
The hotel was located on Castlereagh Street, Sydney until its closure on 30 June 1971. It was the premier hotel in Sydney, describing itself as "The Hotel of the Commonwealth". Its foundation stone was laid by Sir Henry Parkes in 1889. The hotel had a large entrance onto the street in polished granite, the stairs grey, the doric columns red. In 1968 the Hotel Australia was purchased by the huge MLC Insurance and Finance group who, with mounting concern, announced their intention of refurbishing and maintaining one of the city's landmarks. However, the following year they announced its impending closure and later demolished it in almost record time.
The hotel was built in 1872 on the corner of Beattie and Montague Streets in Balmain, an inner-west suburb of Sydney, It was known as Lean's Hotel from 1886 to 1898 when owned by Jabez Lean. It was associated with the political movements of the late nineteenth century, especially the growing labour movement.
The historic hotel located on the corner of Coronation Drive and Sylvan Road in the Brisbane suburb of Toowong and faces the Brisbane River. The first hotel was established on the site in 1874, as a single-storey wooden building. The Regatta Hotel is classified by the National Trust of Queensland and was entered in the Queensland Heritage Register in 1992.
It is casino and hotel complex in the suburb of Broadbeach on the Gold Coast, situated next to the Nerang River. Opened in February 1986, it is operated by Tabcorp Holdings. It is connected to the Oasis Shopping Centre via a monorail. The seven acre complex includes eight bars, conference facilities, a ballroom and a theatre. In 2006, A$53 million was spent on refurbishment of the casino. In 2008 all 442 hotel rooms were completely refurbished at the cost of A$16 million.
The hotel was located on Sturt Street from 1903–39 and was owned by David Buchanan, a first-generation Scottish immigrant who owned multiple hotels in his lifetime. During World War II it housed American officers. It later caught fire and was destroyed in 1982.
It is located on the Swan River near the city of Perth, and is owned by Crown Limited. The complex includes a 24-hour casino, seven restaurants, eight bars, a nightclub, two international hotels (a luxury 5-star InterContinental and a 4-star Holiday Inn), a convention centre, theatre and the Burswood Dome.