$10 Steak Sandwich

Weekly Lunch Special
Come down for a $6 steak sandwich with prime rump steak, in toasted bread with tomato, lettuce, grilled onions, mayo, BBQ sauce with a side of chips! All for $6!! Available every Monday to Friday for lunch excluding public holidays.

Gingin Hotel

The Hotel...
Welcome to our hotel! Come along for a great Sunday afternoon, grab some lunch or maybe even stay the night. We look forward to seeing you soon!!

Ladies Night

Ladies get yoyr Tickets!!!

Top Shelf Entertainment

Will be nere on Thursday 17th April.

This is an 18+ event and tickets are available now for $35 pre-sale or $40 on the night. The theme is Gangster so girls get yoyr flapper dresses ready!!




The Gingin Hotel is situated in the townsite of Gingin which is one of the oldest towns within WA, originally being a stopover for early pioneers travelling from Perth to Geraldton with the first settlers arriving in 1832. Gingin was proclaimed a town in 1883.

The railway came to Gingin in 1891 with the historic train station still existing right across from the pub.


The pub is an old historic two story building with the typical charm of an old country pub. The pub has two styles of accomodation, one being hotel rooms upstairs and motel style units. The pub also boasts great food and old fashioned country hospitality alot having to do with the new owners, Mark and Kelly, who took over in September 2008.


Although the pub was recently renovated, the local support that now exists is tremendous and also adds to the atmosphere to the place. We now have entertainment most Firday night's and a menu that will please even the toughest of critics! You can also enjoy the full facilities of the TAB!


Our hotel can also cater for weddings, parties, birthdays or anything really!


Gingin is located only 83km(about an hour) from Perth, close enough for a trip for lunch on a Sunday afternoon! So we look forward to seeing you soon! Check out what's happening over the week.

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Under the Liquor Control Act 1988,
it is an offence:to sell or supply liquor to a person under the

age of 18 years on licensed or regulatedpremises;

for a person under the age of 18 years to purchase, or attempt to purchase, liquor on licensed or regulated premises.