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The Bucking Bull Hotel was constructed as a single storey building in the 1880s and extended with a second storey added in 1924. It is the oldest surviving hotel in Coonamble and the only such establishment dating from the 19th century. The former Club House Hotel is an interesting local example of the Federation Arts and Crafts Style. It is representative of the redevelopment of Coonamble’s business district from the 1880s. The hotel has local historical and aesthetic significance, representativeness and a high degree of integrity.
Some say the hotel is haunted and have felt something. There have been two suspicious deaths in the hotel.
Insurance card 1935
Insurance card 1946
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