A Traditional Hotel in the Heart of The Sutherland Shire

806 - 810 Old Princes Highway, Sutherland, NSW 2232,

Guinness on Tap!

Comfortable Accommodation in the heart of Sutherland

We have many modern rooms available.

Nightly Events & Live Music



Monday           8.30am – midnight

Tuesday          8.30am – midnight

Wednesday     8.30am – 3.00am

Thursday        8.30am – 3.00am

Friday             8.30am – 3.00am

Saturday         8.30am – 3.00am

Sunday          10.00am – midnight


Monday           11.30am – 2.30    5.30 – 8.30pm

Tuesday          11.30am – 2.30    5.30 – 8.30pm

Wednesday     11.30am – 2.30    5.30 – 8.30pm

Thursday         11.30am – 2.30    5.30 – 8.30pm

Friday              11.30am – 2.30    5.30 – 9.00pm

Saturday         11.30am – 2.30    5.30 – 9.00pm

Sunday           11.30am – 2.30    5.30 – 8.30pm

Our Story

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About The Hotel

Boyles Sutherland Hotel was the first hotel in Sutherland, built in the late 1800s and originally named the Railway Hotel. Later the hotel was renamed Boyles Sutherland Hotel after its owner Ted Boyle, who took over the hotel in 1901.

Ted Boyle was a civic minded person, who also built the National Hall opposite the hotel where dances and other social events were held. This building became Sutherland’s first picture theatre and it was leased to Marshall’s Pictures in 1927. The roof of this building is currently standing and covers offices and restaurants.