Kookynie Grand Hotel

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Comments (17)

InTheBush on October 12, 2011

bet they were worried when your lot rocked up :-)

GasGasL€X on October 12, 2011

Ha!, the weirdest thing... while i was taking photos the pub dude filled up my fuel tank without me even asking... now thats never happend to me before.. what if i had no cash....

sugarbag1 on October 12, 2011

Good Morning Lex. Lovely to see your photo. I am not sure how many hotels are in Kookynie, but my first cousin Ivy and her husband use to own and run the hotel in this town for many year in the past.

GasGasL€X on October 13, 2011

Welcome back David, This is the only standing hotel with all 4 walls in Kookynie for some time so this must be the one.. Its for sale BTW. This hotel is an exceptional representation of the building methods used a century ago. Well worth a look over.

jockswa on October 14, 2011

We only ever came across one surly publican while touring on sickles...in Walpole. :--[[ A few years back now though.

Danny carlisle jnr on October 27, 2011

great spot for a dry dirtbiker to re-hydrate

GasGasL€X on October 27, 2011

Sure is Danny, a top spot... for sale too $200k, a steal!

LuciaM on November 6, 2011

bet they were worried when your lot rocked up :-)

If it was the owner of the hotel whom you dealt with, he's a motorcycle enthusiast himself! (He is a friend of mine.)

no_stranger on November 6, 2011

Hey GG, how's it going? a bikes no bloody good without any juice in it, riders are welcome here at Kookynie. jockswa, I know who ya mean, came across him a few times myself, the locals called him the "Dugite"

GasGasL€X on November 6, 2011

Hi LuciaM, its a long long way from Noo-York to Kookynie Australia... No Stranger a bike sure isnt much use without fuel, especially in the outback :)

frankmcvey on November 7, 2011

Hell, No_Stranger's known the length and breadth of the globe. We've even heard of him up here in the far North (..well, Scotland, anyway!)

Howzit going, Kevin - how was the ride from Rome to Barcelona? Is Lee still saddlesore? ;)

Cheers,

Frank

Stuart Smith on December 3, 2011

Spent Easter here 20 years ago....Great Place.

Room doors wouldn't close and the dining room menu was a choice of "eat it or leave it". Despite it being a ghost town, the place was packed on Saturday night.

GasGasL€X on December 3, 2011

Yeah we had a steak burger & chips and it was very tasty, a lot of history on those walls inside... another great old building... its for sale, $200k I believe...

InTheBush on December 3, 2011

hey everyone, that was definitely a joke about being worried at the sight of GG and friends :-) I reckon he knew what I meant :-)

GasGasL€X on December 3, 2011

I did C :-p

Diane on April 27, 2013

Next time you're there, tell Kevin I said hello!

GasGasL€X on April 28, 2013

I sure will Diane, its a long hello from America.

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