History

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.
Club House Hotel Coonamble card 2 side 2
Insurance card 1935
Bucking Bull Hotel formaly Club House Hotel Coonamble card 3 side 2
Insurance card 1946