The Historic Hambledon Hotel
Places of Significance - Cairns Regional Council

The Hambledon Hotel is of local significance as a long standing structure in what was the fledgling locality of Hambledon Junction when it was erected in 1907. Fire in 1918 led to its repair and rebuilding in 1919. The original building predates the other hotel in this locality (the Grafton Hotel) by half a decade and is of significance as an early place of travellers accommodation on the road from the south in the days of horse and buggy travel.


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