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The Gary Owen Hotel Rozelle

Come visit our friendly corner pub in the heart of Rozelle, nestled in Sydney’s Inner West.

The GOH (Garry Owen Hotel) is not just a pub, hotel or drinking hole, it’s a destination. One where you are never a stranger but our guest to become a friend. We welcome you to experience genuine hospitality, an amazing meal from our Bistro accompanied by a few cold ones. Visit us on a Saturday evening for some great entertainment added in.


The GOH has always been the perfect place to unwind and have some really great conversations. It’s the real social atmosphere which you will find naturally pleasing, no need for social media here.


The Garry Owen Hotel

The Garry Owen Hotel is part of the vibrant Darling Street retail precinct. Our clientele are an eclectic mixture of long time residents, hard workers, newly rich property investors and students from the nearby “Sydney College of the Arts” and “Writing NSW.”

Despite having 1920 etched on the facade of the building the hotel was established in 1881.

Located on Darling Street, Rozelle, opposite the historic Callan Park insane asylum which opened in 1878. One of the Hotel’s claims to fame is that an inside toilet was installed in an old laundry in 1937 and “was the only pub in Rozelle with a chimney on the toilet”.

1930 Photo 1

1949 Photo 2

1960 Photo 3

2013 The Laundy Group sold the pub to the Sloan family

2018 The Hardin family purchased the pub from the Sloan family

Born and raised in the heart of Balmain, the Hardin family have fused their love of food, wine and entertainment into the Garry Owen Hotel to provide a venue for old and new friends to enjoy.

“Garryowen”, also known as “Garry Owen”, is an Irish tune for a quickstep dance.

It was also used as a marching tune for Australian, British, Canadian, and American military formations, including General Custer’s 7th Cavalry Regiment and Australia’s 2nd Cavalry Regiment.