Spud Murphy’s Inn is a comfortable bed and breakfast located at Crookwell, 240 kms South of Sydney, just below the highest point of the Great Dividing Range, 41kms North West of historic Goulburn and 110 kms from Canberra. |
Crookwell is a pastoral town, the administrative centre of the Upper Lachlan Shire, which is the birthplace of many famous Australians including Dame Mary Gilmore and Dame Mary Durack. The Country Women’s Association began in Crookwell, the Howard Rotary Hoe was invented in the district and Crookwell is now at the forefront of Wind Turbine technology. Crookwell is the home of the “Upper Lachlan Wool Wagon Award” which is an annual bush poetry competition held in November and supported by Australia’s champion bush poets, attracting interest Australia wide.
Spud Murphy’s Inn invites and can comfortably accommodate group bookings for sporting events, social weekends and cultural pursuits. Spud Murphy's Inn is a historic building ideally located on the North end of the main thoroughfare of Crookwell, opposite the Court House built in 1892. There are a variety of local walks and drives designed and available from the Crookwell Visitors’ Centre to the many surrounding picturesque villages.
Your friendly hosts, at Spud Murphy’s Inn, Barry and Denielle Murphy welcome you to the district and offer you comfortable accommodation, ensuring a relaxing stay surrounded by their colourful garden, overlooking Kiamma Creek.