The Western Sydney Wanderers have partnered up Mudgee’s oldest pub for next Saturday’s community match in Mudgee.
The Western Sydney Wanderers have partnered up with Mudgee’s oldest pub, the Lawson Park Hotel, for next Saturday’s community match in Mudgee.
The Lawson Park Hotel has been trading since the mid 1860’s, it was originally known as the Tattersalls Hotel but had a name change in the 1970’s to The Lawson Park Hotel, due to its proximity to Lawson Park.
Interestingly Lawson Park was not named after Mudgee’s most famous resident, the great poet Henry Lawson but after the famous explorer Lieutenant William Lawson of Blaxland, Lawson and Wentworth fame, the first explorers to cross the Blue Mountains.
Wanderers members and fans are invited to discover and enjoy the beauty of “The Lawson”, with an experience that encompasses a warm welcome, charming country service, fresh local produce and wine, and live local entertainment.
The Lawson Park Hotel boasts a heritage Main Bar, separate Sports Bar, a beautiful Beer Garden and secure children’s play area (visible from the Beer Garden). Their large restaurant is famous for their Australian style salads and indoor BBQ, for guests who like to cook their own meat.