Mount Kembla Hotel is a heritage listed building and is the oldest weatherboard hotel in the Illawarra.
The scenic views of the surrounding escarpment and award winning restaurant make it a favourite venue for many tourists and artists of the local area.
Mount Kembla Village Hotel specialises in Gastro Pub style cuisine, sourcing only the freshest local produce around.
Well known for its Wagyu Beef and wide range of Mid-week Lunch and Dinner Specials.
There also is a boutique Australian wine list, with wines from the best growing regions. The hotel provides live music Friday nights as well as every Sunday. With its friendly locals and its comfortable family friendly surrounds your experience is sure to be a pleasurable one.
Mount Kembla is a developing residential area. Kembla is an Aboriginal word meaning "plenty of game".
Kerosene mining was established in Mount Kembla in the 1860s and operated until 1880, at which point coal mining and the construction of the railway line began.
The Mount Kembla Mining Heritage Festival has become one of the Illawarra's premier community events in recent years, attracting thousands of local and interstate visitors....