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Sunday to Monday
Wednesday to Thursday
Friday to Saturday
The Ironbark Bistro & Tavern is a beautiful old double brick building situated in the heart of historic Chiltern. Originally the site was the town’s saddlery before the timber structure was demolished and the existing double brick building was constructed in 1869. Previously known as the “Council Club Hotel” it was the town’s largest and busiest establishment with sitting room, extensive dining lounge, eleven bedrooms and Billiard room. After the gold rush boom ended, there was a mass exodus of people to the bigger cities and the hotel was delicensed in 1941. For those who remember the 1974 Film “Ride a wild pony”, you might recognise the building with a falsely painted appearance as the “Barambogie Crystal Palace Cinema”.View gallery
Weekly Meal Days
Find out when to get your favourite meal's at Ironbark Tavern
Monday, Wednesday and Sunday( 5pm to 9pm )
Thursday, Friday and Saturday( 12pm to 3pm )
Thursday, Friday and Saturday( 6pm to 8:30pm )
Monday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday( 12pm to 3pm )
Monday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday( 10am - 8:30pm )
High-class professional service
Our friendly staff
Whats on the Menu
Classic Australian Menu
Authentic Thai Menu
What said about us
" 5 stars on meal, service and price. Very very happy. Great food � "
" Absolutely beautiful meal, very well priced and huge! Lovely pub, friendly staff, great atmosphere. Will definitely be back "
" Beautiful meal, minimal wait time, very reasonable cost & friendly service. Highly recommended "