Pub in the Paddock

The Pub in the Paddock offers country accommodation and meals at Pyengana, North East Tasmania.
Licensed since 1880, the Pub in the Paddock is one of Tasmania’s oldest country pubs.
Literally sitting in the middle of a paddock in the verdant Pyengana Valley, the pub offers hearty country meals or morning and afternoon teas along with comfortable pub accommodation. Call in for a cool drink and meet the locals or stay a little longer and explore the local area.
There are six rooms available with shared facilities. Choose from double, twin or single rooms.
There is also a room with a double bed and two bunks, accommodating up to four guests.
We are also RV-friendly, so you can park for the night in the paddock.
You can taste award-winning, traditionally-made cheddar cheeses at the nearby Pyengana Dairy Company, or visit some of the area’s waterfalls including the cascading St Columba Falls-plunging nearly 90 metres from the Mount Victoria foothills to the South George River valley. Pyengana is an Aboriginal word meaning the meeting of two rivers.
Pyengana is a half-hour drive from the north-east coastal town of St Helens (27 km) and a one-hour drive from Scottsdale (73 km).

Contact Details

St Columba Falls Road
Pyengana, 7216

6373 6121
pubinthepaddock@harboursat.com.au
 

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