The Huskisson Hotel
The Husky Pub has long been the watering hole of choice for locals within 100 kilometres. Perched on the headland that looks out over the broad Jervis Bay and Point Perpendicular, the Huskisson Hotel was built back in 1932. It still serves as a hub for communities up and down the coast, and looks destined to continue to do so.
The original building is nicely preserved, but contemporary publicans have taken good advantage of the aspect, building a wide verandah and balcony fronting onto the ocean. Every Saturday there’s a live band, and on Fridays, a house DJ.
While you might have to do without your craft-brewed saison at Husky, you’ll certainly be able to make do with James Squire and Kosciuszko Pale Ale on tap, and a solid selection of red and white wines.
There’s also a sizeable bistro in-house serving local Jim Wild oysters; a range of charcuterie made on the South Coast; flathead-tail burgers and a range of pizzas. And yes, you can have a parma.
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