Welcome to Hebel
Step back in time to the charming town of Hebel, where the past lingers and stories of olden days echo through the street. One of the treasures of this historic spot is the Hebel Hotel, a country pub that’s a real gem. The pub’s front is adorned with vibrant artwork by John Murray, while inside, the furniture is a quirky blend of recycled items from the bush. It’s the kind of place where you’ll want to kick back with a cold one and get chatting with the friendly locals.
If you’re looking for a treat, the Hebel General Store and Caravan Park is the spot to be. This spot has maintained its 1890s dancehall character and offers up some amazing home-cooked delights, like cakes, desserts, and meals.
Set up camp at one of the caravan sites or cabins and use Hebel as your base for exploring the Culgoa Floodplain National Park. It’s a birdwatcher’s paradise or, if you’re ready for some epic bush camping, pitch your tent and stay awhile.
Things to see & do in Hebel
Culgoa Floodplain National Park is another great side trip for campers and birdwatchers. The park is remote, so prepare to be totally self-sufficient and well-equipped. Culgoa Floodplain National Park is approximately 50km south-west of Hebel and accessible via dirt roads (dry weather only) and a 4WD vehicle is essential. On arrival at Culgoa Floodplain National…Read More
Attraction / Food & Drink / Hotel & Motel
Hebel Pub offers cold drinks and country banter, indoor or outdoor seating with lots of interesting relics to keep your eyes wandering. It is widely claimed that Dan Kelly and Steve Hart from the legendary Ned Kelly Gang resided in Hebel area under assumed names and that they frequented the Hebel Hotel. Hebel was once known…Read More