Welcome to the Stockwell Hotel

The Stockwell Hotel in the Barossa Valley is a classic Australian country pub where you will find wide verandas, a delightful beer garden, formal dining room, great atmosphere and a welcome from the locals. Nestled in the heart of the Barossa Valley, Australia's top wine growing district, the Stockwell Hotel serves many of the popular local wines, most beers and of course spirits. Reasonably priced dining room and counter meals are available, children most welcome.

Only one hours drive from Adelaide, makes the Stockwell Hotel within easy reach. Great Food, Cold Beer, Wonderful Atmosphere, What more could you want in a local country pub?


 
Building commenced in 1865 near the stock route, which at that time was the main road to Moorundie (Blanchetown), and at its completion in 1867 the hotel contained 12 rooms. The exterior has remained unchanged although some alterations have been made to the interior; many of the original cedar fittings are still intact.

The large stables held twenty stalls which catered for the weary teams from interstate passing on the stock route until its closure. Cobb & Co. and later Rounsevelles called daily to change their horses.

Until an Institute was built the hotelís large reception room was used for all social functions. Lodge meetings and dances were held regularly and a great attraction was the New Yearís Eve Ball.

The bar remained open until 11 p.m. During the construction of the railway line disturbances from the nearby gangersí camp resulted in a police officer being stationed in the town and part of the hotel was used as a "cooler" to impound inebriated revellers.