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Welcome to the hottest seats in town. Everyone is welcome here and even the Jamberoo "locals" will tell ya, it's tough to find as good a seat as this around. Heat up by the fire in winter with a bit of port or step up for a great schooner of beer. Maybe it's a nice glass of red or white you desire, that's here as well. Tea, coffee, latte or cappuccino?? Your wish is our command. Even that perfect pint of Guiness.
To keep your attention, there are literally hundreds of photos, sports memorabilia and historical items lining the pub walls. Just a warning, it may take more than one beverage to get through it all.
Located on the Princes Highway Albion Park Rail the Hotel and Motel have been recently revamped. With a focus on local entertainment & fun, the Oaks Hotel has a little piece of enjoyment for everyone.
With pool tables, video jukebox, TAB and gaming machines and recently renovated bar and beer garden, visitors can enjoy an afternoon beverage over a game of football, a game of pool with friends or in our weekly pool competition, a song along with karaoke on Friday nights and solo artists on Sunday afternoons.
The Oaks Hotel is the ideal venue for a function with beautifully prepared food by our excellent chef at the Truffles Restaurant. Our motel offers affordable accommodation and is situated close to the Hotel.
The Albion Park Hotel was established in 1879 by Gabriel Timbs and is affectionately known as 'The Park Pub'.
Albion Park will always remain a "Country pub" - a great place for everything from live music to a quiet family meal.
You can't beat our verandahs and beer garden on a sunny afternoon with a nice cold beer!
Jamberoo Golf Club is just 30 minutes south of Wollongong, nestled in the lush, green Jamberoo Valley and embraced by Hyam's Creek and the Minnamurra River.
Not a long course at 4,842 metres, par 67, but to play well demands strategy and accuracy.
With stunning rural, bush and mountain views, some 96 native bird species identified on course, friendly Eastern Water Dragons and other abundant wildlife, Jamberoo Golf Course is the natural place to play.
With all of this and the golf club has the best value membership and social green fees on the coast.