Sunday, 21 October 2007

Cauliflower Hotel, Waterloo

In the older inner Sydney suburb of Waterloo, amongst heavily trafficked streets, and a congestion of power lines and traffic lights, is the Cauliflower Hotel, first established in 1838. (A pub is often called a hotel in Australia - derived, I think, from hostelry. Many used to offer accommodation in the upstairs section.)


  1. OMG do you find these things? I have never seen or heard of this pub.

  2. Now that is a funny name for a hotel! And the sign is fabulous. How much lettuce does it cost to stay for a night?

  3. This place is disgusting - stopped in while visiting friends on my way to Perth, and it stank like a festering carcass and the beer was watered-down