Do yourself a favour and make sure to factor in a visit to the historic Crossing Inn – the oldest licensed venue in the Kimberley, and an iconic Australian pub that’s oozing with regional flavour.

This remarkable establishment was always destined for success – its enviable location on the banks of the stunning Fitzroy River is hard to beat.

Certainly no flash in the pan, the Crossing Inn has stood the test of time. It’s a Kimberley institution that’s stood here on the same site since 1897!

The perfect spot to pump the brakes and stop in for a tasty meal and refreshments. There’s a caravan park with camping available and excellent facilities, so you might want to post up for a while and soak in the serenity.

THE LOCATION: Nestled amongst native bushland on the banks of the pristine Fitzroy River, it’s little wonder that the Crossing Inn’s appeal has been so enduring. The famous pub is located at 35 Skuthorp Road, Fitzroy Crossing.

THE HISTORY: The inn has welcomed weary travellers and thirsty locals alike since its establishment on 5th July 1897 by founding publican Joseph Blythe. While the facilities have been upgraded significantly, the historic pub retains all its old time charm and character.

THE ACCOMMODATION: Patrons can choose from comfortable motel, family and workers rooms, with riverfront or garden view options. Short and long term stay arrangements are available.

Travellers also have the option of posting up in the peaceful Caravan and Camping Park and choosing a powered or unpowered site set amongst a multitude of shady trees.

OTHER FACILITIES: Camping and Caravan Park visitors have access to a well-facilitated camp kitchen, barbeques, amenities block, picnic tables, laundry room and more.

Pub patrons can enjoy a range of tasty dining options with their refreshments, including ordering from the award-winning à la Carte menu.

CONTACT: Get in touch with the team at Crossing Inn with any questions or to make a booking.



PHONE:          08 9191 5080

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