Gundagai, New South Wales.
These ruins are all that is left of the once standing Limestone Inn.
Built by Joseph and Rosannah Carberry in 1857, it consisted of 12 rooms, cellar, detached kitchen, storeroom and stables. All built from stone.
The Limestone Inn was built to accommodate travellers on the main road between Sydney and Melbourne.
In April 1861 a bushranger names Jack-in-the-boots held up the Inn demanding money from the staff and patrons.
The name was later changed by the Carberry's to "The Australian Arms" as well as "The Squatter's Arms" and was finally closed in 1876.
Now all you will find is this rickety wooden fence and piles of debris that are the ruins of this inn.
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