27 Remembrance Drive
New South Wales
Telephone: (02) 46830654
The Federation Room (above)
During the 186 years of history the Inn has been used by
Hume and Hovell (the explorers)
James Scullin (Prime Minister from 1929 - 1932)
John Oxley (Explorer)
Mad Dan Morgan (Bushranger)
Tahmoor House is an historic old Inn built in 1824 and extended in 1835. The oldest building in the Shire of Wollondilly and one of the oldest Coaching Inns in Australia, at the gateway to the Southern Highlands and only thirty minutes from white sandy beaches.
The Victorian Green room (above) has also been used by three honeymoon couples.
Sitting room in the South wing. The ironbark floor dates to 1824 and still has the original hand made nails.