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The Royal Hotel Carcoar is one of the friendliest village pubs you’ll ever discover, serving up lunch and dinner from Thursday to Saturday. Meet the whole village there for happy hour on Fridays, it starts when the church bells ring at 6pm.
Find lovingly curated homewares and fashion at the renowned Tomolly homewares store on our main Belubula Street. Next door, rummage through a treasure trove of genuine retro/vintage homewares at The Rustic Flamingo, which is also home to Stoke Lane Textiles featuring a collection of gorgeous artisan textile designs on linen.
In the Carcoar Courthouse you’ll find Carcoar Pottery with a range of hand-crafted ceramics by local artist, Louise Purcell.
Book well in advance for a cultural dining experience at Antica Australis, presenting regional Italian dishes featuring all local produce in a unique format of food and stories. The Post restaurant across the street additionally offers an unmissable 10-course Parisian style degustation set fine-dining experience.
For a tiny village, Carcoar punches well above its weight for the number of museums and churches you can wander through. You simply haven’t lived until you’ve visited the unparalleled 20th Century Toy Museum, featuring more than 2000 hand-curated toys.
Our other museums include the Stoke Stable Museum, built by convict labour circa 1849 and possibly the oldest building in Carcoar, the Courthouse Museum and the Carcoar Hospital Museum which is housed in one of the earliest colonial hospital buildings in Australia.
Carcoar is a beautifully preserved goldrush-era village in the Blayney Shire of the Orange wine region in the Central West of New South Wales.