The Nullagine, or Conglomerate Hotel is a historic place for travellers to rest on a long hot trip and a social meeting place for townspeople, miners, prospectors and pastoralists.
The Conglomerate Hotel earned its name from a mining term.
The goldbearing country surrounding Nullagine was regarded as unusual as it was often alluvial and could be panned in dry creek beds The area became known as 'the conglomerates'. It is not known when the hotel was built. It has had a number of changes over the years.
Today, the hotel offers a range of services to guests, including accommodation, a general store and fuel.
Mon – Fri 7am to 6pm; Sat 8am to 5am; Sun 9am to 2pm