The Treendale Farm Hotel will open its doors in Australind, Western Australia, in the coming months.
The purpose-built hotel is located in the Treendale community and has a footprint spanning more than 10,000sqm.
The venue will encompass a front bar, restaurant, adjoining liquor store and three outdoor dining terraces alongside landscaped areas.
Locals, the owners and operators of three other heritage hotels (Subiaco Hotel, Exchange Hotel Kalgoorlie, Rose Hotel Bunbury) in WA, are behind the hotel, which has been years in the making.
“The pub is an important part of local life and with a higher than average number of young families in the area, Treendale offered a great opportunity to build something a bit different to the standard suburban tavern,” says Locals Director Dave Allan.
As for the food offering, diners can expect the usual pub fare including pizzas, burgers and steaks as well as vegan and vegetarian options.
The hotel is slated to open in November this year.