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As business begun to improve after the 1930's depression, Tooth & Co. demolished the ""Royal Baulkham Hills Hotel"" and commissioned well-known Hotel architect Cyril C. Ruwald to design a more fashionable alternative, to be known as the ""Bull & Bush Inn"". The building was designed with driveway access from both Windsor and Seven Hills Roads pointing the way to the automobile age. The builder was Alex Maston Limited.
All reference to the ""old fashioned"" Victorian building was gone. The new structure featured Tudor panelling, a low hanging roof with attic windows, reminiscent of on 'olde' English country pub.
Original Sin - Australia’s premier INXS tribute show, paying homage to one of our country’s most popular successful bands, INXS! The show covers songs...
Blues at the Bull is a one day music festival featuring live bands in the garden and in the hotel, buskers, competitions and an Alternative Lifestyle and...