Facilities at The Inn
Whilst the Inn has been added to and renovated over its hundred year history, it has not lost any of its original charm, nor the wonderful feel it offers being in the midst of the beautiful Australian bush.
A unique feature of the Crossing Inn is the indigenous art that is displayed on the building and that is housed in the Gallery.
All of the art in the Gallery is for sale, produced by locals and very moderately priced. Each day during peak tourist season (April – October) the Gallery offers morning tea creating the perfect environment in which to sit and enjoy the art while deciding which piece to purchase.
The Homestead Restaurant is open for breakfast, lunch and dinner. Guests can dine alfresco on the verandah or in the cosy comforts of the restaurant.
Every second Sunday morning from April - September the Crossing Inn hosts the local markets where you will find a variety of arts and crafts for sale.
The iconic “Crossing Inn Can Shed” has been converted to a 50 seat movie theatre which during season (April-October) will screen movies. Please contact the Crossing Inn for more information on screening dates and times.